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Hi, I’m Dennis Krämer, a sociologist

and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Münster in Germany, studying the social situations of gender diverse people, particulary in sports, as well as the role of technology in crisis situations. I am a member of an interdisciplinary committee dealing with the sensitive issue of the medical treatment of intersex/DSD children and founder of the German-Japanese research collaboration Resilient Healthcare in Times of Multiple Crisis (RE-CARE).

Recent Publications

Dennis Krämer (2020)
Intersexualität im Sport. Mediale und medizinische Körperpolitiken

Joschka Haltaufderheide, Dennis Krämer, Isabella D’Angelo, Elisabeth Brachem, Jochen Vollmann (2023)
Solidarity as an Empirial-Ethical Framework for the Analysis of Contact Tracing Apps – A Novell Approach

Dennis Krämer, Anja Bosold, Martin Minarik, Cleo Schyvinck, André Hajek (2024)
Artificial Intelligence in Sports: Insights from a Quantitative Survey among Sports Students in Germany about their Perceptions, Expectations, and Concerns regarding the Use of AI Tools

Dennis Krämer, Cleo Schyvinck (2024)
Challenging the Binary: Gender, Fraud, and the Complexities of Categorization in Elite Sports

Dennis Krämer, Elisabeth Brachem, Lydia Schneider-Reuter, Isabella D’Angelo, Jochen Vollmann, Joschka Haltaufderheide (2024)
The Role of Transparency in Digital Contact Tracing During
COVID‑19: Insights from an Expert Survey

Media Contributions

Research Projects

Ongoing research projects

Resilient Healthcare in Times of Multiple Crises: Connecting Germany and Japan

Artificial Intelligence in Sports

Project Duration: since 06/2024
German Research Foundation (DFG)

Project Duration: since 06/2023
Private Funding

Completed research projects

Technologies of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Transnational Dialogue between Germany and Japan

The Ethics of Livetracking-Applications in Connection with SARS-CoV-2

Intersex in Sports

Project Duration: 2022-2023
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Project Duration: 2020-2021
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Project Duration: 2015-2019
PhD Thesis / University of Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Gabriele Klein, Prof. Dr. Arne Dekker

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