Areas of Expertise
- Cybersecurity and international relations
- Cyber norms
Dr. Valentin Weber is a research fellow in DGAP’s Center for Geopolitics, Geoeconomics, and Technology. His research covers the emergence of cyber norms, the geopolitics of cyberspace, advanced surveillance technologies, and, more broadly, the intersection between cyber and national security.
In 2019, Weber was an Open Technology Fund Senior Fellow in Information Controls with the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
Weber has contributed to a White Paper for the US Joint Chiefs of Staff as well as to major news outlets including Die Zeit, Deutsche Welle, South China Morning Post, and the Associated Press.
He holds a PhD in cyber security from the University of Oxford and studied at Sciences Po Paris, the Johns Hopkins University, and the London School of Economics. While at Oxford, he was also a research affiliate with the university’s Centre for Technology and Global Affairs.
[Last updated: January 2023]