Lea Kröner has a background in interdisciplinary social sciences and graduated from the master's degree program in Sociology and Social Research at Utrecht University. Lea is conducted research on the gender role attitudes of native and second-generation Turkish adolescents in Germany as part of her internship at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI). She is currently a PhD candidate at Utrecht University and the ICS graduate school.
Kaja Warnke has a background in political psychology. She graduated from the Research Master's program Migration, Ethnic Relations, and Multiculturalism at Utrecht University. Within the MyMove project Kaja provided both scientific and practical assistance. She is currently a PhD student at Utrecht University and the ICS graduate school, investigating labour market discrimination in the ERC funded 'TARGETS' research group.
Ouissam Abattouy, graduate of the Research Master's program Migration, Ethnic Relations (2021), and Multiculturalism at Utrecht University, has a social psychological background. Within MyMove project Ouissam provided both scientific and practical assistance.
Dr. Müge Simsek
Müge Simsek works as a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam. She received her PhD from Utrecht University in 2019, and before joining UvA she was a postdoc at Utrecht University (2018-2019), at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (2019-2021) and a part-time lecturer at University College Groningen (2021-2022). Her primary research interests intersect immigrant integration, youth development and social networks. Her current research focuses on the role of religion for the integration processes of immigrant youth. She also has secondary research interests in the organization of science and inequality in academia.