Sophia Schlosser specialised in finance and trade during her studies at the Hertie School. Prior to joining the Hertie School, she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Political Science at the University of Zurich. Before her Master in International Affairs, she worked at foraus, a Swiss think tank for foreign policy, as well as at the global headquarters of Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Her interests include novel approaches to data analysis, as well as digitalisation, European governance and economics. Besides her studies she worked as a Research Assistant for Daniela Stockmann, Professor of Digital Governance at the Hertie School, as well as at the Laboratory for Energy Conversion at ETH Zurich and at the Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich.
Master's thesis title
How Automation Technologies shape the German Labor Market: An Analysis of the Effects of Exposure to Software, Robots and AI on German Occupations