During her Bachelor years in Social Sciences, Rebeka gained relevant real-life work experience in various areas relating to the field (in a social political research institute as well as in a community day care institution for psychiatric patients). After a memorable Erasmus semester at Vrije University in Amsterdam, she was accepted into the Master’s program at the University of Amsterdam in a sociology track focusing on organizational and socio-economic phenomena.
Rebeka's main scientific interests are social networks, organizations and evolution intertwined with themes of cooperation, social inequality and knowledge diffusion.
In her free time she does aikido, which is an integral part of her life. Besides, she loves travelling, cycling and taking pictures and she is fascinated by the arts.
Blog posts by or about Rebeka on What's Up at DNDS:
Methods for Analyzing Multimedia Data (CSS Summer School, Berlin)
The Micro-Dynamic Nature of Team Interactions: Who’s Gonna Be in Charge?
A Multi-Level Structural Approach Towards Canon-Formation
The Impact of Role Structure and the Evolution of Temporal Social Network on Collaborative Project Teams’ Performance
The Influence of Core-Periphery Relations on the Process of Canon-Formation