Dr. Andreas Kuebart
Dr. Andreas Kuebart is a research associate in the Research Area “Economy and Civil Society” since 2015 and a post-doc fellow at the chair for Socio-Spatial Transformation at the Brandenburg University of Technology since 2019. His research interests are situated between the disciplinary boundaries of human- and economic geography and focus on the geographies of socio-spatial processes in context of the digital economy and society.
Thematically, his research involves topics related to the financial geographies of entrepreneurial ecosystems, and more generally to issues of regional development as well as health geography. Methodically, he has been involved in qualitative case studies and especially applies the techniques of spatial data science in his work.
Kuebart studied Geography at Humboldt University of Berlin, the University of Florida (Gainesville), Stockholm University and Bonn University. In January 2020, he graduated as Dr. rer. nat. from Free University of Berlin. For his dissertation project he researched the geographies of knowledge in the context of entrepreneurial ecosystem with case studies on seed accelerators in the US and Germany. Since 2020, Andreas Kuebart focuses his research activities on the spatial diffusion of the COVID-19 pandemic.