About weLiveIn.space

About this blog

This is the data part of two data-political blogs, where one is covering political aspects and the other is covering the data aspects.

For example, I’d write about the implications of the chaotic electoral system in the U.S. and could talk about political implications - gerrymandering, misrepresentation of the popular vote - on my political blog while talking about data aspects - how to calculate the impact and plot gerrymandered districts or how would the senate look like with a different electoral system - on this blog. Links:

As for me:

Due to the global rise of right-wing parties in 2018, I felt the need to write something. I am a Physics/Machine learning Ph.D. student at the Max-Born-Institute Berlin and an engineer at tiplu.

As for my hobbies, I am a musician, writer, runner and reader. I am a very political person and a nerd and try to combine these two properties for this blog.

Please find me at these sites or write me a mail:

Mail: julian@welivein.space
Twitter: jules_carpenter
Github: julian-carpenter
Google Scholar: Julian Zimmermann
LinkedIn: Julian Zimmermann

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