Stefan Bär: I have a Diploma Degree (Sociology 2007) and Doctorate (Dr.rer.pol. 2011) at Heidelberg University. Since 2007 I have worked as an Academic & Researcher at Max-Weber-Institute for Sociology and since 2013 I have been an Associate Member to the Cluster of Excellence which is called "Asia and Europe in a Global Context." In Summer 2016 I became a Deputy Professor in Organizational Sociology at Max-Weber-Institute for Sociology.
Sebastian Starystach: I studied sociology, political science and philosophy at the Universities of Heidelberg and Wrocław. Since graduating in 2012, I have been a research assistant at the Max Weber Institute for Sociology in Heidelberg and was a visiting lecturer at the Collège universitaire de Sciences Po Campus européen franco-allemand de Nancy from 2014 until 2016. In 2017 I obtained my PhD on the topic of “The Social Practice of Court Procedure”. Alongside sociology of law, my main research interests are organizational and medical sociology, especially with a focus on participatory methods. Here my main field of interest is the working conditions of hospital staff. https://www.soz.uni-heidelberg.de/sebastian-starystach/