Born 1986 in Pithiviers/France.
Aouefa Amoussouvi is a research scientist based in Berlin/Germany. Currently, she is researching on history and alternative narratives of science in the prism of intersectional feminism and coloniality. Especially, she is exploring how the development of digital technologies creates opportunities as well as ethical challenges within western and non-Western contexts.
She studied molecular and cellular biological physics at the Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris/France and at the University of Amsterdam/The Netherlands. In 2019, she completed her PhD in theoretical molecular biophysics at the Berlin Humboldt University.
She presented her scientific results at several international conferences in Germany (Berlin, 2015; Mannheim, 2011), Spain (Gerona, 2012), the USA (San Diego, 2012), and Israel (Ein-Gedhi, 2010). Moreover, her research has been published in journals such as System Biology and Applications (2018); Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) Letters (2013); and Molecular BioSystems (2011).
In 2013, she was awarded with a research grant from the Caroline von Humboldt Program, Berlin, which promotes women in academic research.
She worked from 2014 to 2017 as a project assistant manager and scientific consultant at SAVVY Contemporary – Laboratory of Form-Ideas in Berlin.