Albert Hölzle studied Industrial Engineering focussing on production and logistics in Ulm/Neu-Ulm (FH Dipl.) and Duisburg-Essen (M.Sc.), Germany. Since 2006 he has been working at the Centre for Logistics and Traffic and the Joint Centre Urban Systems at the University of Duisburg-Essen as a research manager. He is experienced in both creating projects from the outset and coordinating granted projects, such as EfficiencyCluster LogisticsRuhr (BMBF Leading Edge Cluster), Climate-Initiative Essen (BMBF Energy-Efficient City), or JaC-Lab (BMBF Sustainable Development of Urban Regions). His research interest lies in the ways how to improve collaboration not only in singular projects but in networks of information, stakeholders, communication, and projects using the clearing house method. Another area of interest Albert is following – not only at the university but also in his spare time at a local initiative for sustainability – is urban transition, esp. bicycle mobility, and ecommony.
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