Emanuel Deutschmann is an Assistant Professor of Sociological Theory at the University of Flensburg and an Associate of the European University Institute's Migration Policy Centre. He holds an MSc in Sociology from Oxford University and a PhD (with distinction) in the same field from BIGSSS. His research interests often cut across disciplinary boundaries, covering topics such as transnational mobility and migration, regional integration and globalization, power law structures, and human behavior under uncertainty. He has been a visitor to Princeton University's Global Systemic Risk research community and the European Commission's Joint Research Centre.
The Global Mobilities Project won the second prize of the Open Data Impact Award 2020 for the datasets on transnational mobility and visa costs that we made publicly available for free. The award, which is sponsored by Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft and innOsci - Forum offene Innovationskultur is endowed with 10,000 Euros, which we will use to move the project forward. Stifterverband also produced this beautiful animated video (in German):