Felix Lippe

M.Sc.,M.A., Scientific Researcher

Contact details

+43 (0)1 581 11 06 DW 32
Zurück

Felix Lippe, M.Sc.,M.A. (26) is a researcher at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs. He obtained a master’s degree in Peace and Security Studies (M.A.) at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy in Hamburg. For his master’s thesis he covered the psychological aspects of the radicalization process of Austrian Foreign Fighters. Before, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Psychology and Law (M.Sc.) at Maastricht University, where he stayed for one year to work as a research- and teaching assistant. He is currently continuing to work on Austrian home-gown radicalization as a Bruno Kreisky fellow.

 

Educational Background

  • Master of Arts in Peace and Security Studies (M.A.), Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, Hamburg, 2015-2016.
  • Master of Science, Psychology and Law (M.Sc.), Maastricht University, 2013-2014.
  • Bachelor of Science Psychology and Neuroscience (B.Sc.), Maastricht university, 2010-2013.
  • Exchange Semester, Universitas Ubaya, Surabaya, 2012-2013.






Professional Experience

  • Internship at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna, 2016.
  • Teaching Assistant, Maastricht University, 2015.
  • Research Assistant, Maastricht University, Forensic Psychology Department, 2013-2015.
  • Research Internship, Maastricht University, Forensic Psychology Department, 2012-2013.