Research Cluster: Socio-technical Interactions in Climate Protection

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This cluster examines methods for simulating socio-technical systems (e.g., agent-based modeling, system dynamics) which are then further developed and applied to climate protection issues. The idea is to provide opportunities for studying how actors in society interact with each other and with technologies, as well as the resulting system behavior in terms of achieving climate protection goals.

  • Energy and heat transition
  • Maturity, adoption and market diffusion of climate protection Technologies
  • Transformation pathways towards CO2 neutrality
  • Social innovations


Jun.-Prof. Dr. Michael Bucksteeg Photo: Volker Wiciok

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Michael Bucksteeg

Cluster Spokesperson

Email: michael.bucksteeg

Phone: +49 2331 987-4818

E/E/S Research Center | 10.05.2024