Social scientist and transition scholar, focusing on both technological and non-technological dimensions to understand and promote sustainable transitions in society. Employee in the Mobility department, group Green transition. Particularly concerned with how to incorporate considerations for society, technology and nature, and not least unexpected consequences/events - in our assessment of the future solutions for transport.
Ph.D. in Social Sciences, specialization in Political Science - with the title: Transitions and projections in the bioeconomy: Lessons for and learning from reflexive governance
Competence and research areas
-Ports (Projects ACES, AutoPort, MAREN II)
-Geofencing in cities (GeoSence)
Experience with case study analyses, semi-structured and structured interview methods, surveys, and various participation and co-creation methods such as participatory foresight analysis and Transiton management. As well as applying the Serious Game approach.
Representative for the SINTEF Community in the Group's Natural Diversity and Land Use initiative