Johannes Breuer is a senior researcher in the team Data Linking & Data Security at GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Department Data Archive). Before joining GESIS he worked in several projects investigating the use and effects of digital media at the Universities of Cologne, Hohenheim, and Münster, and the Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (Knowledge Media Research Center) in Tübingen. He also taught classes in psychology and communication at both the graduate and undergraduate level.
PhD in psychology, 2013
University of Cologne
Diplom (equivalent to MA) in media studies, 2007
University of Cologne
Introduction to R for Data Analysis (online workshop together with Stefan Jünger), GESIS Summer School, Cologne, August 3-7, 2020.
Linking Twitter & survey data (online workshop together with Luke Sloan and Libby Bishop), June 23, 2020.
Archiving Social Media Data: Challenges and Proposed Solutions, CESSDA webinar, June 4, 2020.
Automatic sampling and analysis of YouTube data (together with Julian Kohne and M. Rohangis Mohseni), GESIS Cologne, February 10-11, 2020.
Working with the Facebook Ad Library, GESIS Data Day 2020, Cologne, January 23, 2020.
Developing your personal workflow for transparent & reproducible research (together with Frederik Aust), SIPS 2019, Rotterdam, July 9, 2019.
Data Wrangling & Exploration with the Tidyverse in R (together with and Stefan Jünger and Thomas Ebel), GESIS Mannheim, May 15-16, 2019
Forschungsdaten selbst analysieren in R, GESIS Data Day 2019, Cologne, January 17, 2019.
A practical primer on transparent research workflows (together with Frederik Aust), ESCON 2018, Cologne, September 4, 2018.
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