prof.dr. J.F. (Hans) Jeekel - Expertise

Jeekel, prof.dr. J.F.
Address :
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB EINDHOVEN
Chair :
Societal Aspects of Smart Mobility
Department :
Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
Section :
Technology, Innovation & Society
Positioncategory :
Professor (HGL)
Position :
Full Professor
Room :
IPO 2.33
Tel :
+31 40-247 5763
Tel (internal) :
5763
Email :
j.f.jeekel@tue.nl

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Expertise

  • D65000 - Urban and rural planning
  • D14230 - Vehicle technology and transport technology
  • D44000 - Traffic and transport studies

Biography

Biography

Hans Jeekel (1954, Laren NH) Ph.D. is a Part time Professor in the section of Technology , Innovation & Society of the School of Innovation Sciences, and holds the Chair for Societal Aspects of Smart Mobility.. He has a master degree (cum laude) in Human Geography (University of Utrecht) and a master degree in Spatial Planning (University of Amsterdam). Hans worked as a civil servant in senior positions at the Dutch Ministries of Agriculture and Nature Conservation, and Rijkswaterstaat. He was between 1999 and 2007 Director for Transport and Society at AVV, Dutch Transport Research Centre. Hans was between 1995 and 1998 Member of Parliament for D66. He held board positions in several international organisations (see under Erkenningen).  Hans chaired an OECD /ITF working party on the Resilience of Surface Transport Systems (2010). His thesis was on car dependency in modern western societies, De Autoafhankelijke Samenleving (2011). At the moment he works at Rijkswaterstaat , the Dutch Roads and Water Authority, as the corporate strategist for research, knowledge and innovation.He ios chairman of the Boartd of the Association of European Transport (AET), a networking organisation for European transport professionals. His main focus areas are the social and societal aspects of smart mobility technologies and solutions (at vehicle level and journey level) , intermodality in transport, new and advanced urban mobility systems in the developed and the developing world, and equity in transport.