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Noam Bergman

Noam Bergman is a Senior Researcher at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford. He has a background in environmental science and computer modelling. He completed an MSc in Environmental Sciences from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, with a thesis in chemical oceanography, and completed a PhD on Biogeochemical Earth System Modelling in 2003 at the University of East Anglia. He has researched socio-technical transitions to sustainability and developing transition models, and currently is engaged in research on microgeneration and renewable energy, aimed at supporting sustainability in policy making.

Dyson Perrins Building
South Parks Road
United Kingdom

Email: noam.bergman@ouce.ox.ac.uk

Alex Haxeltine

Dr Alex Haxeltine is an inter-disciplinary researcher with a background originally in the physical sciences and ecology. His core intellectual interests are in the relationship between worldview and sustainability and the implications of a shifting worldview for a sustainable development and associated sustainability transitions. He is currently leading work on developing a new generation of modelling tools for exploring sustainability transitions in the European MATISSE project.

Tyndall Centre
School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
United Kingdom

Email: alex.haxeltine@uea.ac.uk

Lorraine Whitmarsh

Lorraine Whitmarsh is Senior Research Associate at the UK Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia. She completed her PhD, A study of public understanding of and response to climate change in the South of England, in 2005 at the University of Bath. She is currently employed on a European project, entitled MATISSE (Methods and Tools for Integrated Sustainability Assessment) in which she is researching processes of innovation and behaviour change in transitions to sustainability and contributing to the development of transition models to support sustainability policy-making.

Tyndall Centre
School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
United Kingdom

Email: l.whitmarsh@uea.ac.uk
Web: http://www.tyndall.ac.uk/generate/staffprint/staff-view.php?id=3312&title=Whitmarsh+L

Jonathan Köhler

Jonathan Köhler is a senior researcher at Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation, focusing on sustainable transport modelling and policy.


Email: jk235@cam.ac.uk

Michel Schilperoord

Michel Schilperoord brings to DRIFT his experience in modelling and software development. He is interested in agent-based simulation and the complexity sciences. His previous research posts were with the Agent Modelling Lab of the University of Lisbon, Portugal and the Political Science Dept. of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He now works full-time on the MATISSE project.

Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen (M5-26)
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Postbus 1738

Email: schilperoord@fsw.eur.nl
Web: http://www.drift.eur.nl/

Jan Rotmans

Professor Jan Rotmans is the scientific director of DRIFT. In September 2004 he established the new research institute DRIFT: Dutch Research Institute For Transitions and received a position as full professor in transitions and transition management at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Jan Rotmans is one of the founding fathers of Integrated Assessment and an expert in the field of integrated modeling, scenario-analysis, indicator-development and uncertainty-analysis and –management. He created the IMAGE and TARGETS Integrated Assessment Models. Jan Rotmans has more than 200 publications in the field of climate change & global change modeling, sustainable development, and transitions and system innovations.

P.O. Box 1738
3062 PA Rotterdam

Email: rotmans@fsw.eur.nl
Web: http://www.drift.eur.nl/


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