Category: PhD research

Flying Together

On June 2nd 2023, we held our first CaterFly gathering. This blog entry is informal – slightly delayed, but for a good reason ! – and intended to recap and inform what we’ve done, and how we’ll go from there. Beginning of March, Mariëlle and I thought it would be important for us to talk …

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ETL at the 3rd International Conference of Energy Research and Social Science

20-23th of June marked the 3rd International Conference of Energy Research and Social Science: Energy & Climate Transformations. TU Delft was represented by a handful of researchers spread across different faculties. Mylène and Sabine talk about their experience at the conference. Mylène van der Koogh Oral presentation: “Stakeholder prioritizations for electric vehicle charging across time …

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Exploring regional energy transitions in Baja California (Mexico)-California (US): a field trip

From April 1st to May 28th, I was in the cross-border region between Baja California and California, conducting interviews, workshops, and surveys for my PhD project “social inclusion as an aim and enabler of just regional transitions” as part of the H2020 Tipping Plus project. I wanted to find out whether a regional energy transition …

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