Eva Siegmann is a Political Scientist currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Security Studies with a concentration in Technology and Security at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. She holds a Dual Bachelor’s degree in social and political science from Sciences Po Paris and the Free University of Berlin. Her research interests revolve around mitigating existential and global catastrophic risks associated with advanced technologies, including nuclear weapons, synthetic biology, and artificial intelligence.
She previously researched norms against biological weapons as a student assistant in the CBWNet project at the University of Hamburg. Before, she conducted research on German nuclear sharing at the Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (Paris, France) and on nuclear weapons as an existential risk at the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations. Additionally, she has participated as a delegate in the First Meeting of States Parties of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and the Ninth Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC).