Dr. Eriketti Servou is PostDoc fellow from EuroTechPostDoc/ Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) based in the Technology, Innovation and Society group at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Eriketti is a transdisciplinary researcher with a background in the intersection of governance, socio-technical innovation, smart cities, digitalization, and sustainable mobility. She combines academic and practical experience (as an urban planner and smart cities consultant) from 5 different countries: Greece, Denmark, Germany, Scotland, and the Netherlands.
Eriketti completed her PhD on the governance of automated driving at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with a fellowship from the Hans-Boeckler-Foundation (2017-2019), graduating with highest distinction (Summa Cum Laude) in 2020. She holds a M.Eng. on Spatial Planning and Development from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece (2012) and a M.Sc. on Urban Planning and Management from Aalborg University in Denmark (2016). Eriketti’s published work is starting to build up a strong track-record of citations, while she has attracted 189 000 euros of external international funding. She is currently working with Associate Professor Frauke Behrendt as her host on the PostDoc project ‘The role of AI in sustainable mobility through MaaS´, after winning a competitive, 2-year PostDoc fellowship cofunded by the EuroTechPostDoc2 Programme/ Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) and EAISI. This research focusses on the role of data and AI in MaaS for the governance of sustainable mobility. In her previous role as a smart cities consultant in the UK, she used her expertise on socio-technical governance for writing and winning bids of over £480 000. Her international reputation is further indicated by her award for one of the best 5 papers at the Young Academics AESOP conference, 19 (invited) talks in international and national conferences and scientific workshops as well as her invitations to peer-review papers for academic journals. She has teaching experience as a course leader, lecturer and tutor in Germany and in the Netherlands.
Experimenting with automated driving for technology or for the city? A matter of governance culturesFrontiers in Sustainable Cities (2022)
D.8.5: Cost Analysis(2022)
What is Interdisciplinarity in Practice? Critical Reflections on Doing Mobility Research in an Intended Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research GroupSustainability (2020)
Automated driving in the policymaking: The productivity of the void(2020)
Automated driving in the policymaking(2020)
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