The paper "Dissecting global air traffic data to discern different types and trends of transnational mobility", co-authored with Lorenzo Gabrielli, Ettore Recchi, Frabrizio Natale, and Michele Vespe and published in EPJ Data Science, won the American Sociological Assocation's Global and Transnational Sociology Best Paper Prize for an International Scholar this year. The paper is available open access.
Together with Nils Witte and Jean Philippe Décieux, I am co-organzing an ad-hoc group at this year's conference of the German Sociological Association, which will take place from September 14-18, 2020 at TU Berlin. The ad-hoc group is titled Dynamiken und Folgen transnationaler Migration als Herausforderung für die empirische Migrationsforschung. We are looking for additional presenters. If you are interested, please have a look at the call (in German). We look forward to receiving your proposal!