Our REsCO Team
We are an interdisciplinary team of researchers from Forschungszentrum Jülich and Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg.
Dr. Stefan Vögele studied economics at the University of Heidelberg. Since 2000 he has been working at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research – Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation (IEK-STE) at Forschungszentrum Jülich. Previously, he worked for several years at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). His research centres primarily on energy economics with a particular focus on energy scenarios. He was in charge of projects such as “Innovation and modern energy technology” and "Decision criteria for efficient R&D-funding strategies – Foundations of innovation economics and their application for new energy technologies”. Google Scholar
Dr. Inga Wittenberg studied psychology at the University of Nantes (France) and did her Ph.D. in environmental and social psychology there. Since 2014 she has been a senior researcher at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, first in the Department of Environmental Psychology and since 2017 in the Department of Personality and Social Psychology. The main focus of her research is the investigation of determinants of pro-environmental behaviour in general as well as energy consumption and related technologies, in particular in the context of renewable energy use in private households.
Dr. Hawal Shamon majored in economics with a concentration in Social Sciences at the University in Cologne and received his PhD in Social Sciences. During his doctorate, he conducted courses in collection, analysis, and use of qualitative as well as quantitative data. Beside his research activities related to distributive justice and earning inequalities, he examined several survey methodological experiments. In 2015 he joined IEK-STE at Forschungszentrum Jülich. He is primarily working on aspects of scientific and technological foresight, in particular with regard to the acceptance of energy systems. ResearchGate
Lisa Hanna Broska studied Energy and Resource Management with a focus on energy economics at Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg and Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Moscow. During her master’s thesis written at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research – Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation (IEK-STE) she worked on the interdisciplinarity of extreme events. After a short stay at the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) in Karlsruhe as a visiting student researcher, she returned to the IEK-STE to begin her PhD within REsCO. Google Scholar