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Roman K. Brunner


Roman Brunner is currently a PhD candidate at NTNU, working on specialized processor cores’ architecture and microarchitecture as well as the memory subsystem for cloud applications. Aside from his primary studies he has broad interests in the areas of negotiations and mediations, law, economics, energy politics with a focus on renewables, sociology and governance, with a focus on the Internet and digital media. During his bachelor and master studies, Roman wrote articles about the governance of the Internet, analyzed the interdependence of the energy market and the world population growth and taking part in extracurricular activities such as ETH Model United Nations. Roman was a participant of 2019's edition of the Global Negotiation Conference.

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