- Public researcher
Max Kortlander is involved in our European projects as researcher.
Within the realm of society and technology, his main interest is citizen-to-citizen diplomacy, and how digital tools might be created to foster peaceful dialogue between people who otherwise don’t have the opportunity to speak with one another.
Max has bachelors degrees in International Relations and Spanish from Bucknell University, and a masters degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam. As a researcher, writer and editor, he had the opportunity to work with interesting folks from all over the world—novelists, nutritionists, filmmakers, NGOs, and others who have brought him on board to help to tell their stories.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab08-04-2021How do disruptive innovations threaten or improve democratic governance of public policy and data?
- We codeFuture Internet Lab28-02-2021We are building a diverse network of people and organizations to create digital public spaces, and you can join.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab25-02-2021Implementation of new policies and technologies requires a co-creative process that makes citizens and mobility managers accessible to one another.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab29-01-2021Leaving WhatsApp and the pursuit of fairer technology: Max Kortlander questions if we need to ask more from services like Signal.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab08-05-2020Last night, the MUV pilot in Amsterdam came to a close as we held our final event: Participation in Practice.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab19-04-2019Two pilots are being developed and tested in the Netherlands that make use of 'attribute-based credentials'. What are these?