Prof. Peter Hennicke, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Germany
"The IIIEE is an inspiring research community with an outstanding international reputation."
Peter Hennicke was a visiting professor at the IIIEE (2014–2015). His research focuses on energy and his stay at the IIIEE was funded by the Swedish Energy Agency. He has been engaged in the development of the German Energiewende and in 2014 he was awarded the German Environmental Award, and in 2015 he won the Gothenburg Award for Sustainable Development.
Prof. James Evans, University of Manchester, UK
"The IIIEE has exceptionally strong links with policy and industry networks."
James Evans is a visiting researcher at the IIIEE (2014–2017). His main fields of interest relate to urban environmental governance and the ways in which cities learn to become more sustainable. His stay at the IIIEE is funded by the Swedish Research Council for Planning, Agricultural
Sciences and the Environment.
Dr. Fouad Khan, Luc Hoffmann Institute, Switzerland
"As a leading edge research institution, the IIIEE has set up a stimulating intellectual and physical space for pondering some of the critical questions of our time".
Fouad Khan is a visiting researcher at the IIIEE (2015–2016) working on sustainability transitions in cities related to the Earth Hour City Challenge. He is a post-doctoral fellow at the Luc Hoffman Institute and he is involved in a new global research project that aims to identify high leverage points for urban footprint reduction.
Prof. Eva Heiskanen, University of Helsinki, Finland
“The IIIEE is a vibrant multidisciplinary workplace with strong ambitions to use education and research to change the world.”
Eva Heiskanen was a visiting professor at the IIIEE (2013–2015). Her main fields of interest relate to energy, the role of users in sustainable innovation, and institutional change. She is Research Director at the Consumer Society Research Centre, University of Helsinki and she is a Docent at Aalto University School of Business.