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Dr. Claus Doll
Dr. Claus Doll has
finalised his studies at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, with a diploma
in Business Engineering in 1996. Since then he was employed as researcher and
project manager at the Institute for Economic Policy Research (IWW) until
January 2005.In February 2004 he has passed his PhD in transport infrastructure
cost allocation and game theory at the Faculty for Economics of the University
of Karlsruhe (TH). From February 2005 on Claus Doll is employed at the
Competence Center Sustainability and Infrastructure Systems of the Fraunhofer
Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI. Here he will intensively
carry on his activities in the field of transportation system analysis,
scenario development assessment.
Fraunhofer Mobility Infusion: Big Data, Smart Mobility and Sharing Economy - How smart is smart enough?
The session interprets current trends and discuss how they can affect future lifestyles and mobility decisions. Keynote presentations highlight the state of consumer and behavioural research as well as strategies and responses of the transport industry. It discusses aspects such as consumer decision-making processes, Nudging, drivers and obstacles to the choice of modes of transport, user-based information and services, and smart regions.