Univ.-Ass. Daniel Romanchenko, BA MRes

Univ.-Ass. Daniel Romanchenko, BA MRes

Daniel Romanchenko has been a research associate at the Institute of Law since April 2019. Previously, he had been a student assistant at the Institute of Law from March 2018 to April 2019.

He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Humanities and Social Sciences and earned a master’s degree in Political Theory from Sciences Po Paris, where he examined demands for democratic politics of technology.
He spent his exchange year at the University of Edinburgh.

Currently, he is also studying law at the University of Vienna. Parallel to his studies he worked in a Viennese law firm and completed internships, among other places, at the Institute of Technology Assessment (ITA/ÖAW), in the banking sector, as well as with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

His research interests include the regulation of new technologies, legal philosophy, and democratic theory. He focusses particularly on the interrelations of technology, society, democracy and law.


Address: Feistmantelstraße 4, Attic Floor, Room 19, 1180 Wien    
Email: daniel.romanchenko(at)boku.ac.at
Telephone: (+43) 1 / 47654-73612
Consultation times: by arrangement via email

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Reports:

Prof. Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, "Peer-to-Peer Law and the Commons"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 28 June 2018
Report (PDF)

Prof. Brice Laurent, "European Objects: The Troubled Dreams of Harmonization"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 25. October 2019
Report (PDF)