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2017-02-25

Team

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Management

Research

  • Prof. Dr. Petra Ahrweiler – Director and CEO • Head of Department "Innovation Lab"
  • Prof. Dr. Gerhard Banse – Researcher • IND_4.0: Industry 4.0 in Central-, South- and East-Europe from the Perspective of Technology and Vision Assessment
  • Martin Deschauer, M.A. – Researcher • EIS: Enabling Innovation by Simulation
  • Dr.-Ing. Bert Droste-Franke, Dipl.-Phys. – Head of Department "Energy"
  • Dipl.-Ing. Gabriele Fohr – Researcher • InnoSEn: Network Analysis and Simulation of Innovation Dynamics for new Key Technologies in the Energy Sector • EnAHRgie: Sustainable Land Use and Energy Supply at the Municipal Level
  • Dr. rer. nat. Stephan Lingner, Dipl.-Geol. – Deputy Director • Head of Department "Technology Assessment"
  • Dipl.-Geogr. Tanja Nietgen – Member of Staff • EnAHRgie: Sustainable Land Use and Energy Supply at the Municipal Level
  • Dr. rer. pol. André Schaffrin, Dipl.-Soz.Wiss. – Researcher • EnAHRgie: Sustainable Land Use and Energy Supply at the Municipal Level • INOGOV: Innovations in Climate Governance: Sources, Patterns and Effects
  • Dr. Michel Schilperoord – Senior Researcher • EIS: Enabling Innovation by Simulation
  • Wolfgang Schlagwein – Member of Staff • EnAHRgie: Sustainable Land Use and Energy Supply at the Municipal Level
  • Dipl. oec. Benjamin Schrempf – Head of EA Lab and Researcher • EIS: Enabling Innovation by Simulation
  • Davy van Doren, M.Sc. – Researcher • EIS: Enabling Innovation by Simulation
  • Dipl.-Phys. Markus Voge – Researcher • EnAHRgie: Sustainable Land Use and Energy Supply at the Municipal Level • ZIE: Analyses of Multi-Level Design Processes for Future Energy Systems as basis for Long-Term Viable Innovations in the Energy Area
  • Mathias Weidle, M.Sc. – Researcher • InnoSEn: Network Analysis and Simulation of Innovation Dynamics for new Key Technologies in the Energy Sector • ZIE: Analyses of Multi-Level Design Processes for Future Energy Systems as basis for Long-Term Viable Innovations in the Energy Area

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