PD Joerg Chet Tremmel, PhD, PhD

Habilitation

Publication: Tremmel, Jörg (2016): Normative Politische Theorie: Wissenschaftstheoretische Grundlagen und Anwendungen am Beispiel des politischen Mordverbots. Heidelberg: Springer VS (in preparation)

Habilitation thesis: "Normative Hypothesen am Beispiel des politischen Mordes", November 2015

 

Habilitation lecture: "Max Webers Werturteilsfreiheitspostulat revisited – Was hat die normative Politische Theorie heute dazu zu sagen?", 15.2.2016

PhDs

Doctoral dissertation for Dr. phil. 04/2004 – 05/2008: "A Theory of Intergenerational Justice", supervised by Prof. Dr. Dieter Birnbacher, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Department of Philosophy

Doctoral dissertation for Dr. rer. pol. 10/1998 - 07/2005: "Population Policy in the Context of Ecological Social Justice among Generations" (in German), supervised by Prof. Dr. Ortwin Renn, University of Stuttgart, Department of Economics and Social Sciences

Studies

04/2004 - 09/2006 Philosophy (Doctoral Study) at the University of Düsseldorf

10/1998 - 03/2002 Sociology (Doctoral Study) at the University of Stuttgart

03/1994 - 05/2003 Degree “Diplom-Politologe” (Master of Arts) in Political Science from the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt

09/1992 - 03/1998 Degree “Diplom-Kaufmann” (Master of Business Administration) from the FernUniversität Hagen

Semesters abroad during business administration studies:

08/95 - 12/95 James-Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia (USA)

02/95 - 06/95 Ecole Supérieure de Commerce, La Rochelle (France)

Fellowships and Scholarships

05/2009 – 03/2010 London School of Economics and Political Science (Research Fellow)

10/2006 u. 10/2007 Fellowship “Canada meets Germany” (Canada/Germany)

09/2003 Fellowship Asia-Europe Youth Dialogue (ASEM), Cebu, Philippines

08/1998 „Dream Camp“ at Volkswagen, USA

(Two-week training in management and moderation techniques)

04/1999 – 03/2002 Scholarship from the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation for MBA studies

10/1994 – 09/1997 Scholarship from the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation for a Ph.D.in sociology

09/2002 – 04/2008 e-fellows (free access to databases, archives, and internet)

Awards/Shortlistings

2010 Teaching Award in the Department of Social Sciences at the Georg-August-University Göttingen (2nd Place)

2009 Dissertation for Dr. phil.: Nomination for the Talented Young Researcher's Prize from the Society for Analytical Philosophy

2007 Dissertation for Dr. rer.pol.: Shortlisted for one of the three best papers in the Irmgard Coninx Research Grant Competition

2003 Procter & Gamble-Award for Final Theses in Environmental Science

Professional Training

08/90 - 01/92 Apprenticeship at the Dresdner Bank, Training for the job of bank business managing assistent, fast-track (18 months)

Languages

German mother tongue

English excellent (written and spoken)

French good (written and spoken)

Spanish basic command

University Offices/Duties

Board member in the Institute for Political Science

Member of the Advisory Board in the Institute for Political Science

Member of the Advisory Board for Sustainable Development at the University of Tübingen

Representative for Basic Studies in Ethics-Philosophy for the Department of Economics and Social Sciences

Deputy Member of the Examination Board for the Department of Economics and Social Sciences

External review duties

  • Review of submitted projects to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
  • Review of submitted journal articles (e.g. GAIA und Politische Vierteljahresschrift)
  • Review of book proposals (e.g. Edward Elgar, Earthscan)