I am an assistant 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.
My publication list can be found here.
My CV is here.
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