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Hans de Bruijn

Professor of Public Administration / Organisation and Management at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). His research is on networked, multi-actor governance, both between and within organizations. Areas of application are the various utility sectors, large infrastructural projects and environmental issues. Much of his research is also on management within networked organizations – e.g. on performance management, decision making, knowledge management, coordination.


Tineke Egyedi

Dr. Tineke M. Egyedi is senior researcher at the Delft Institute for Research on Standardization (DIRoS). She has led Next Generation Infrastructures projects on standards and infrastructure flexibility and on the rise of inverse infrastructures. She is co-editor of the volume Inverse infrastructures: Disrupting networks from below. Examples of other infrastructure projects she was involved in are: a study on container standardization for the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, and an NSF workshop on Cyberinfrastructures. She is vice-president of the European Academy for Standardization and expert to the UNECE WP on Standardization and Regulation.

Rudi Hakvoort

Associate professor dr Rudi Hakvoort (1966) works at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). His research focuses mainly on the energy and industry domain. Besides his job at the TU Delft, he is a theologian, works as a part-time consultant and plays an active role in multiple municipalities.

Ernst ten Heuvelhof

Professor dr Ernst ten Heuvelhof (1954) is professor of Public Administration at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since September 2011 he is director Education of the faculty of TPM of the TU Delft.

Jeroen van den Hoven

Jeroen van den Hoven is professor of Moral Philosophy at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). Van den Hoven is Vice Dean of the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM). He is Scientific Director of the Centre for Ethics and Technology of the Three Technical Universities in The Netherlands and Editor in Chief of Ethics and Information Technology (Springer). He has published numerous articles on Ethics and ICT.

Sebastiaan Meijer

Sebastiaan A. Meijer (1979) is an assistent professor at the Policy, Organization, Law & Gaming (POLG) unit of the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), the Netherlands. His research is centred around the role of social variables like trust, relationships, embeddedness and culture in economic transactions. At the TU Delft he manages and participates in research projects on the multi-actor aspects of large infrastructures.

Piet van Mieghem

Piet F. A. Van Mieghem is professor at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) with a chair in telecommunication networks and chairman of the section Network Architectures and Services (NAS) since 1998. His main research interests lie in the modelling and analysis of complex networks (such as biological, brain, social, infrastructural, etc. networks) and in new Internet-like architectures and algorithms for future communications networks.

Eve Mitleton-Kelly

Professor Mitleton-Kelly is a Director on the department of LSE Complexity Research Group on the London School of Economics and Political Science and member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Complex Systems. Professor Mitleton-Kelly’s research has concentrated on the implications of the theories of complexity for organizations and specifically on strategy and policy development and on the creation of enabling environments to address apparently intractable problems in business and the public sector. She has led and participated in projects addressing practical problems using complexity theory

Igor Nikolic

Igor is an Assistant Professor at the Energy and Industry groupathe the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM), Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). In his research he specializes in applying complex adaptive systems theory, agent based modeling and evolutionary theory to model industry and infrastructure network evolution. He takes a heavy hint from evolutionary biology and ecosystem behavior in his understanding of industrial ecology and socio-technical system evolution. He is an active networker and promoter of open source and social software that enables collaborative, multidisciplinary research work. Igor graduated for his MSc with honors as a chemical- and bio-process engineer from the TU Delft.

Erik Pruyt

Dr. Erik Pruyt is Assistant Professor at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in The Netherlands. He received his M.Sc. in Commercial Engineering in 2000 at the Solvay Business School and his Ph.D degree at the Faculteit Economische, Sociale en Politieke Wetenschappen & Solvay Business School in January 2007. At the TU Delft, he teaches System Dynamics and Foundations of Engineering and Design. He is Assistant Professor of Operations Management and Management Science at Vesalius College (Brussels).

Johan Schot

Johan Schot is professor in social history of technology at the Eindhoven University of Technology and University of Twente. He is scientific director of the Foundation for the History of Technology, and also Co-directing the Foundation for Systems Innovation (KSI). He has been program leader of the National Research Program on the History of Technology in the Netherlands in the 20th century.

Wijnand Veeneman

Wijnand Veeneman is section leader of the POLG (Policy, Organisation, Law & Gaming) group at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM), Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). He lectures on organisational issues in public transport in various study programmes including the TopTech Master of Business in Rail, the Master of Public Transport Management of the University of Duisburg Essen, and in-house courses at HTM and inno-V Adviseurs, where he also works as a consultant. He teaches Management of Engineering Projects at the Shell Project Academy (SPA), at 3TU Construction Management and Engineering (CME) and in various master programmes at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management.p>

Alexander Verbraeck

Verbraeck is professor Systems and Simulation at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM), Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). As of January 2002, Verbraeck has also been appointed part-time research professor in supply chain management at the R.H. Smith School of Business of the University of Maryland, USA. Alexander is the responsible professor for the Freight Transport and Logistics domain in the interdisciplinary TU Delft Transport Institute.

Margot Weijnen

Prof. Margot Weijnen holds the chair of Process and Energy Systems Engineering at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, TU Delft. She is the founding and scientific director of Next Generation Infrastructures. She directed the TU Delft Inter-faculty Research Center on Design and Management of Infrastructures from 1998 until 2009. She served as a member of the Advisory Group on Energy for the European Commission, the Dutch Innovation Platform and the Netherlands General Energy Council. Among other current affiliations, she is a member of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy.