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Keynote and panel discussion: Transport research in vulnerable and disruptive times

Camilla Eriksson

Camilla Eriksson

Camilla Eriksson is a senior researcher at the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI). Her research focus is oriented towards policy analysis applied to how the state plans for trade disruptions from a national security perspective, in particular regarding food, energy and overall transport capacities. Issues such as what ideas and goals underlies specific solutions to secure supply, as well as how new threats are perceived and turned into contingency plans is in focus for her research.

Thomas Ekström

Thomas Ekström

Thomas Ekström is senior lecturer in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University. His current research addresses defence supply chain robustness and resilience, including the dependence on commercial supply chains and critical infrastructure.

Karolina Isaksson

Karolina Isaksson

Karolina Isaksson is a professor in Transport policy and transport planning at the Swedish national road and transport research institute, VTI, and an adjunct professor at the department of Urban and regional Studies at KTH, Stockholm. Her research focuses on the integration of transformative approaches, climate and sustainable development goals and resilience thinking in land use and transport planning, with a specific interest in institutional conditions, governance structures and planning practices.

Lars-Göran Mattsson

Lars-Göran Mattsson

Lars-Göran Mattsson is a Professor Emeritus in Transport Systems Analysis at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Besides transport research, his research interests also include urban and regional planning, health care, and economics. A particular research area is risk, vulnerability and resilience of critical infrastructure.

Ingrid Johansson, KTH

Ingrid Johansson

Ingrid Johansson is a researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Her current research concerns technology development in the transport sector with implications for preparedness and resilience, as well as railway planning and operations with a focus on capacity and punctuality.

Belongs to: STRC 2023
Last changed: Oct 06, 2023