I am an associate professor of industrial dynamics and sustainable business models at Industrial Economics and Management Department.
My research revolves around three topics: diffusion of innovations, industrial transitions and business models. Respectively, I address three main questions in my research:
- How do more sustainable ideas and innovations diffuse in society?
- How do industrial sectors transform into more sustainable modes?
- How and under which conditions do business models create more sustainable values?
I study these questions in a variety of industrial contexts (such as energy transitions and process industries) and for the cases of a number of technologies (such as photovoltaics, HYBRIT, artificial intelligence). I am also curious to study new industrial sectors and new technologies in the future.
Currently, I am involved in two large-scale research projects:
Sustainable Energy Transformations in Aviation (2020-2024)
I have recently researched and published on how to approach sustainability from a reflexive perspecive and how experimental networks help navigating potential sustainability transitions.
My CV is here.
Reflexive and Critical Perspectives on Sustainability Transitions (FME3548), examiner, course responsible | Course web
Research Methods in Industrial Engineering and Management (ME2003), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
Research Methods in Industrial Engineering and Management (ME2004), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web