PROFESSOR, VICE DEAN
Professor in Health Care Logistics. Specialised in simulation, gaming and other participatory methods to capture real-world complexity in innovation processes. Interests in theory of design of complex adaptive systems and the backbones of society. Working mostly on health care, health prevention and promotion systems, but equally interested in other large-scale questions.
Serving as head of department for Biomedical Engineering and Health Systems (MTH), and vice dean for the school of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH)
Gaming and Participatory Simulation for Research and Design (FHN3011), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web