Scarlet Fiser is a researcher at IFZ in the department of Gender, Science and Technology.
During her bachelor's degree in sociology at the University of Vienna, she primarily dealt with the social science aspects of law, crime and police sociology. She delved her degree in sociology at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz and in her master thesis she dealt with the topic of female sexuality and the underlying social norms for female sexual behaviour. Accompanying her studies, Scarlet Fiser completed an internship (in collaboration with the Vizenzgemeinschaft Feldkirchen bei Graz), during which she conducted an activating survey on the subject of "social engagement and poverty", as well as a teaching internship in which she managed a working group “Foundations of Sociology”.
In her work at IFZ, she deals with gender and diversity in technology-education, and social and ethical aspects of artificial intelligence.