Martin Rosema is assistant professor of political science at the University of Twente. He teaches about political science, democratic legitimacy, and European politics in the bachelor and master programmes in (European) Public Administration and European Studies, while also lecturing about research methods in the pre-master programme in Psychology.
His primary research interests are elections and referendums, with a particular focus on the psychology of voting. He has published on topics such as party attachments, strategic voting, and electoral turnout. He is also an expert on voting advice applications. Other recurring themes in his research are political psychology and the quality of political representation. He is co-editor of the highly-ranked academic journal Political Psychology and an active member of several professional organisations.