Raphael Schlattmann

Research Associate
tel.: +49 (0)30 31805463

Raphael Schlattmann studied physics and history of science at the Free University of Berlin and the Technical University of Berlin, specialising in gravitational physics. He worked in research projects on the history of the Physikalisch-Technische Reichsanstalt in the Third Reich and on the history of science of gravitational research in the GDR in the context of the Cold War and is doing his doctorate on this topic at the Institute for the History of Philosophy, Literature, Science and Technology at TU Berlin. His methodological focus is in the field of digital humanities, and here in particular on approaches to historical network research and computer-assisted methods for investigating the development of (collective) knowledge systems. In addition to his work at nexus, he works on these topics for the ModelSEN project at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.

He has been working at the nexus Institute in the area of networks and society since 2022.


Schlattmann, Raphael (2022): „Das Schicksal des Universums“: Auseinandersetzungen über kosmologische Fragen in der SBZ und frühen DDR. In: C. Banditt, N. Jenke und S. Lange (Eds.): Die DDR im Plural. Eine Themenreise, Berlin: Metropol (im Druck).

Hoffmann, Dieter; Schlattmann, Raphael (2022): Prinzipien statt Orthodoxie. In: Phys. J. (11), S. 35–39.

Schlattmann, Raphael (2020): Relativity and Dialectical Materialism: Science, Philosophy and Ideology in Hans-Jürgen Treder’s Early Academic Career. In: Christian Forstner und Mark Walker (Hg.): Biographies in the History of Physics. Actors, Objects, Institutions. Cham: Springer International Publishing, S. 129–144. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-48509-2_8