PhD Candidate, University of Vienna & CSH Vienna
Niklas Reisz joined the CSH as a researcher in April 2018 to work on an improved scientometric system.
He graduated with a master’s degree in technical physics from TU Vienna in 2018. In his master’s thesis he established a Monte Carlo model of head scatter effects in a novel computed tomography device. He is also currently completing his bachelor programme “Business, Economics and Social Sciences” at Vienna University of Economics and Business with an emphasis on innovation and cryptoeconomics.
Niklas’ research interests include scientometric and cryptoeconomic systems, distributed ledger technology, agent-based modeling and mechanism design.
M. Ferreira, et al.
Quantifying exaptation in scientific evolution
in: C. La Porta, et al. (eds), Understanding Innovation Through Exaptation, The Frontiers Collection, (2020)