Philipp Staudt appointed
Dr Philipp Staudt has been appointed Junior Professor of „Environmental and Sustainable Information Systems” at the university’s Department of Computing Science.
Before coming to Oldenburg, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, USA. Staudt studied Industrial Engineering and Business Mathematics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), where he also earned his PhD. After heading a research group and serving as an interim professor he moved to Boston to take up the position at MIT.
Staudt's research interests include digital tools for analysing energy consumption, the use of data to increase corporate sustainability, and the sustainability of the platform economy. He is investigating how digital tools can help individuals to better understand their energy consumption and how organisations can use their data to implement sustainable innovations in decision-making processes. In recent years he has also conducted extensive research on energy markets.