Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Arlind Reuter, *1993 in Berlin (Germany)

Education:

2022 Postdoctoral researcher, Applied Gerontology
(Lund University, Sweden)

Dec. 2021 PhD in Digital Civics:
(Open Lab, Newcastle University, UK)

Thesis — Digital citizenship in later life: insights from participatory action research with older content creators

2017 – 2018 Master of Research in Digital Civics
(Open Lab, Newcastle University, UK)

2016 – 2017 Master of Science in Clinical and Health Psychology
(Newcastle University Population Health Sciences Institute, UK)

2013 – 2016 Bachelor of Science in Psychology
(Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany)

Research Awards:

  • 2021 Newcastle University Engagement and Place award
  • 2021 Digital Economy Telling Tales of Engagement award (£10.000) awarded by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
  • 2020 British Society of Gerontology Stirling Prize for my interactive digital poster
  • 2017/2018 virtual reality project, awarded a community impact award

Academic Leadership:

  • Elected Chair: British Society of Gerontology’s Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA)
  • Executive committee member of the British Society of Gerontology
  • Elected member of Lund University’s Future Faculty
  • PhD representative at Newcastle University
  • member of fempower.tech

Community activism:

  • coordinator of Wake Up, a global community of young mindfulness practitioners: for a healthy and compassionate society
  • voluntary service at Einhorn e.V. (Berlin, Germany) facilitating workshops for disabled children and young adults
  • a full time voluntary year at „Les Fontenottes“ (Saint-Julien-du-Sault, France) to support disabled children at a Steiner school