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Tim Schatto-Eckrodt

This is the personal webpage of Tim Schatto-Eckrodt, aka Kudusch.
Here you’ll find links to my work and a bunch of ways to contact me.

About me

I am a communication scientist and PhD student, a hobby coder and occasional knitter. I live and work in Münster, Germany.

Tim Schatto-Eckrodt

That's me!


I am a research associate at the junior research group “DemoRESILdigital”, where we, an interdisciplinary team of communication scientists and computer scientists, analyze the actors, dissemination and impact of online propaganda, fake news, fear- and hate speech on different target groups to identify and implement suitable intervention and prevention measures to promote democratic resilience.

Before that I was part of the BMBF-project “PropStop”, researching methods to identify attempts to influence public opinion through online-propaganda at. During my studies at the Institute for Communication Science (IfK) at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, I worked as a tutor and student assistant, where I was, among other things, involved in the programming of data analysis tools. Since October 2017 I’m a member of the chair of online communication of the IfK. My master’s thesis dealt with diffusion and the acceptance of new technologies.

Contact me

If you want to contact me, you can reach me on any of these channels:

  • Plain Mail or encrypted with PGP.
  • Twitter: I tweet mostly in German, jokes, links and about science.
  • LinkedIn and Xing, for the professionals.
  • Mastodon: Currently empty, but when Twitter is dead, you'll find me here.


I also code from time to time. My work can be found here:

  • My personal blog. This is where I put everything that doesn’t fit in 280 characters.
  • GitHub: If you want to collaborate or take a look at my work, my code can be found here. May contain traces of Python or R.


For the sake of completeness, here are some more links: