Alexander Bajic is a junior researcher at the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin. He studied Industrial Engineering at Technical University, Berlin, focusing on information and communication technology in the engineering branch as well as project and innovation management in the economic branch. In the course of his studies he spent several months at the Information Systems Engineering Department of the Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel.
Before joining the DSI, Alexander worked at the Telekom Innovation Laboratories, a joint research facility of Technical University, Berlin and Deutsche Telekom AG. Taking different roles in different projects, he served as an engineer as well as assistant project manager and Scrum Master in IT security and embedded software development projects.
In his academic life, he got involved with the Usable Security and Privacy group at the Quality and Usability Lab at TU Berlin, focusing on perceived authenticity. In the course of his work at the chair, he was also co-host of QU Lab's annual privacy workshop.