Svetlana Abramova, resident scientist at the Complexity Science Hub © Anja Böck

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Svetlana Abramova

Svetlana Abramova, resident scientist at the Complexity Science Hub © Anja Böck

Svetlana Abramova is a scientist at the Austrian Institute of Technology affiliated with the Financial Technologies research group of the Complexity Science Hub since May 2024. She obtained her Ph.D. at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Innsbruck, where she continued her academic career as a postdoctoral researcher and assistant professor before joining the AIT.

Her research interests span empirical and theoretical perspectives on digital money, decentralized payment systems, security and privacy, with a strong focus on economic, human, behavioral, and social aspects.
She is particularly interested in interdisciplinary and multi-method research, at the frontier between computer science, data analytics, economics, and social sciences.

In particular, Svetlana has contributed to paving the way for behavioral research of the heterogeneous and globally dispersed cryptoasset ecosystem, exploring motives, socio-economic and behavioral characteristics, security and privacy risk perceptions of cryptoasset investors.

She has published in top-tier academic conferences, coordinated several research projects on a national and international level, co-organized the WEIS’23, and served on multiple program committees.

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