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L. Andrew Bollinger

L. Andrew Bollinger is a post-doctoral researcher in the Urban Energy Systems Laboratory at Empa in Switzerland. His current research focuses on multi-disciplinary simulation of decentralized urban- and district-level energy systems. Andrew completed his doctorate at Delft University of Technology on the topic of climate resilient electricity infrastructures.

Überlandstrasse 129

Email: andrew.bollinger@empa.ch

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Martti J. van Blijswijk

Martti van Blijswijk is a policy advisor at Dutch transmission system operator TenneT and a PhD candidate at Delft University of Technology. His research focuses on long-term electricity grid planning, and deals with developments in the energy sector that affect future transmission demand and thereby infrastructure capacity requirements (e.g. large-scale implementation of electric vehicles, increase of intermittent production capacity, distributed generation).

Jaffalaan 5
2628 BX Delft

Email: m.j.vanblijswijk@tudelft.nl

Gerard P.J. Dijkema

Gerard P.J. Dijkema is Professor of Energy Systems and Industrial Ecology at the Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen. His research focus is the understanding and modelling of energy systems, energy infrastructure, industry networks and material cycles. His objective is to explore the effects of innovation, policy and regulation on the development of these complex adaptive systems and to explore the (im)possibilities of technology, sustainable development, system integration and transition.

Nijenborgh 4
9747 AG Groningen

Email: g.p.j.dijkema@rug.nl

Igor Nikolic

Igor is an Assistant Professor at the Energy and Industry group, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management faculty, Delft University of Technology. In his research he specializes in applying complex adaptive systems theory, Agent Based Modelling, Universal Darwinism and evolutionary theory to model industry and infrastructure network evolution. He takes a heavy hint from evolutionary biology and ecosystem behaviour in his understanding of industrial ecology and socio-technical system evolution. He has received his PhD thesis in 2009, with thesis work focused on the design of a co-evolutionary method for constructing Agent Based Models of the evolution of Large Scale Socio-Technical systems. Currently he is involved in a wide array or research topics through industry and EU funded projects, ranging from smart-grids, regional industrial networks, e-waste markets, servicing systems, flood protection and development aid. To these field he brings complex adaptive systems view and socio-technical ABM perspective.

Faculty of Technology
Policy and Management
Delft University of Technology
2628 BX

Email: i.nikolic@tudelft.nl
Web: http://wiki-app1.tudelft.nl/bin/view/Main/IgorNikolic


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