With a total time of 9h 43min, the SusTec team successfully covered the running course of 116km finishing 225th
Erik Jentges is the new Educational Developer at D-MTEC!
Erik joined SusTec in March 2015 to help redesign the Corporate Sustainability Lecture. In the fall term, about 160 students learned about sustainability issues and their feedback indicated that the changes were a real improvement.
Dr. Johannes Meuer won Best Paper Award
A study by Dr. Johannes Meuer and his co-authors has just won the Best Paper Award of the Academy of Management Meeting 2016.
SusTec's David Grosspietsch qualifies for 2016 Ironman World Championship in Hawaii
In an incredible race of 9 hours, 34 minutes, and 37 seconds at Ironman African Championship in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, David managed to cross the finish line as 7th in his age group.
Welcome to SusTec Marius Schwarz
SusTec welcomes a new team member: Marius Schwarz has joined the group as our new PhD candidate. His research will focus on the diffusion of renewable energy technologies and its interaction with policy instruments.
Cooperation between SusTec and University College London
SusTec researcher visits UCL’s Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP)
Article on patenting and open innovation in solar industry published
Researchers from SusTec, UC Berkeley, and Technical University Freiberg have analyzed how the patent stock of new entrants in the North American Solar industry influences their subsequent openness in innovation.
Article on Technological Knowledge in Wind Power published
Researchers from SusTec and the Energy Politics Group (EPG) have analyzed the patent-citation networks in wind power and show how the design hierarchy shapes the focus of inventive activity and the expansion of the underlying body of knowledge.
Volker Hoffmann appointed to the Energy Science Center Managing Board
He was elected as one of three new members during the general assembly of the Energy Science Center (ESC) on February, 4th.
Dr. Sabine Erlinghagen writes for ETH's Zukunftsblog
Sabine Erlinghagen, SusTec Alumna, describes the concept and business opportunities of Demand Response and its benefits to the Swiss and European electricity system.