Rozemarijn works as a lecturer and PhD researcher at the Water Resources Management group at Wageningen University since October 2020. She researches how technologies, including models and innovations are shaped by, and in turn shape, science-policy processes related to shared waters. Her work focuses on everyday practices of those who do transboundary water governance, and seeks to expand theorization in the field of hydropolitics by building on Science and Technology Studies and constructivist theories.
Rozemarijn’s research interests encompass sociotechnical imaginaries, specifically how data and technologies play a role in identifying generally accepted options for development, understanding interactions between lay-people and experts as well as between different disciplines, the role of trust and (environmental) expertise, as well as how gender as other pervasive conditions such as class, ethnicity and wealth intersect and influence agency.
Before her work with Wageningen University, Rozemarijn has worked at IHE Delft on water diplomacy, and remains affiliated as Guest Researcher Transboundary Water Governance.