M.W. (Martijn) Hartog

Profile

Martijn Hartog is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management at Delft University of Technology. He received his Master of Science degree in Public Administration, specialisation ‘Public Sector Management’ from Leiden University and his Bachelor of Public Management, specialisation ‘Auditing & Consulting’ from The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

Alongside his PhD he works as an advisor and researcher digital government at PBLQ Consultancy. Prior to this he functioned as senior project leader and research coordinator of the research group Information, Technology & Society, Faculty IT & Design at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Here he was responsible for the coordination of the (multi-annual) research programs 'Government of the Future' and 'Citizen Information Management', connecting conceptual and explorative multidisciplinary Research & Development projects, innovation, multidisciplinary practice and higher education. Mainly focussing on societal issues and the broad and structural use of ICT in the fields of: e-government / e-democracy / e-health / e-learning / transparency / open government / Linked & Open Data. He also functioned as a researcher in the research group Public Governance of the Faculty Public Management, Law & Safety at The Hague University of Applied Sciences for 5 years. Exploring the possibilities of jazz improvisation as an adaption mechanism in complex governance systems. Before that he was an advisor and researcher at several consultancy agencies on document and information management, planning and control, financial management.

Research

His current research focusses on the effects of automation and digitalization in public policy-making processes.

  • Track co-chair ‘Digital Society’, International Conference EGOV-CeDEM-ePart
  • Track chair ‘Design for Data Driven Government’, European Conference on Digital Government
  • Track chair ‘Design for Democracy and Data Driven Government’, International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments
  • Lecture Dutch House of Representatives on Semantic Web and citizen vocabularies bridging System World and Life World, 06-2018
  • Moderator thematic meeting ‘Local Digital Democracy’ of the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations, 05-2018
  • Member Program Committee, International Conference on Electronic Governance and Open Society
  • Editor International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments, 2018
  • Panelist ‘Challenges on Accessibility tot Digital Services’, International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments & International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine and Social Medicine, 03-2018
  • Member program committee, International Conference Digital Transformation and Global Society
  • Member program committee, International Conference EGOV-CeDEM-ePart
  • Member Technical Program Committee, International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments
  • Member Program Committee, European Conference on Digital Government
  • Member, Open Data Institute
  • Reviewer, HICSS; JPAPR; EJKM; GIQ; EJISE; EJEG; JeDEM; IJITM


  • Hartog, M. (forthcoming), Complex Governance: What Civil Servants could learn from jazz improvisation. In Theisens, H. (Ed.), Public Professionals: Controlling and balancing, networking and improvising, pp. 163-183. Boom Public Administration: The Hague
  • Mulder, B. & Hartog, M. (2018), Innovation Differently: Agenda for a decade. The Hague. ISBN: 978-90-73077-93-5  
  • Berntzen, L. & Hartog, M. (Eds.). Proceedings International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments. 2018. ISBN: 978-1-161208-615-6
  • Finalist ‘Digital Government Excellence Award’, European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG), Santiago de Compostela, October 2018
  • Finalist ‘Knowledge Lab Challenge’, Central Innovation District, The Hague, May 2018
  • Best Paper Award nomination, International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments (ICDS), Rome, March 2018
  • Best Paper Award nomination, International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society (ITS), Sydney, December 2017
  • Pim Breebaart Researcher of the Year Award nomination, The Hague, November 2017
  • Outstandig Paper Award, International Conference on ICT and Society, Lisbon, July 2017
  • Best Paper Award nomination, International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments (ICDS), Nice, March 2017

Martijn Hartog

PhD candidate

Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Information and Communication Technology

Research interests:
Digital Government
Public decision-making processes
Automation and digitization
E-government
Algorithms
Artificial Intelligence


Additional information

M.W. (Martijn) Hartog MSc

profile

Research

His current research focusses on the effects of automation and digitalization of public policy-making processes, applying Computer-Human Interaction and experimental design research.

Biography

Martijn Hartog is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management, Department Engineering Systems and Services, ICT section. He received his MSc degree in Public Administration, specialisation ‘Public Sector Management’ from Leiden University, Institute of Public Administation at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs. He received his Bachelor of Public Management, specialisation ‘Auditing & Consulting’ by The Hague University of Applied Sciences at the Faculty of Public Management, Law & Safety.

Alongside his PhD he works as an advisor digital government at PBLQ Consultancy. Prior to this he functioned as senior project leader and research coordinator of the research group Information, Technology & Society, Faculty IT & Design at The Hague University of Applied Sciences for 9 years. Here he was responsible for the coordination of the (multi-annual) research programs 'Government of the Future' and 'Citizen Information Management' with several external public partners. Connecting conceptual and explorative multidisciplinary Research & Development (R&D) projects, innovation, multidisciplinary practice and higher education (e.g. courses & minors, student researchers & developers). Focusing on societal issues and the broad and structural use of ICT in the fields of: e-government / e-democracy / e-health / e-learning / transparency / open government / open spending / Big Data / Linked & Open Data. He also functioned as a researcher, research group Public Governance of the Faculty Public Management, Law & Safety at The Hague University of Applied Sciences for 5 years. Exploring the possibilities of jazz improvisation as an adaption mechanism in complex governance systems. He previously functioned as an advisor within Ministry of General Affairs / Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management / Dutch Public Broadcasting Agency / Municipality of Rotterdam / Municipality of Arnhem via several consultancy agencies and has a background in music.

His research activities resulted in 70 projects, 37 publications, 1 Outstanding Paper Award, 3 best paper award nominations, Prim Breebaart research award nomination, finalist in the Knowledge Lab Challenge of the Central Innovation District The Hague and finalist of the Digital Government Excellence Award. 

Links

Reearchgate

www.researchgate.net/profile/Martijn_Hartog


Academia.edu

tudelft.academia.edu/MartijnHartog


Recent publications

Hartog, M. & Bakker, K. (forthcoming). Participatory Budgeting in Public Administrations: Barriers and Opportunities for a Transparent Government. Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG).

Hartog, M. (2018). Jazz improvisation and performance arrangements of craftsmanship for civil servants. Proceedings Art of Management and Organization Conference

Hartog, M. & Mulder, B. (2018). Preconditions for the Structural Deployment of (Digital) Technology for Healthcare in a Participatory Society: Validation of methodological and practical challenges, In Lasse Berntzen & Martijn Hartog (Eds.). ICDS2018 Proceedings International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments (pp. 14-16), International Academy, Research and Industry Association, ISBN: 978-1-61208-615-6

Hartog, M. & Mulder, B. (2017). A Linked Open Data and Semantic Web Citizen Vocabulary for Public Administration: A first exploration and implementation. In Piet Kommers et al. (Eds.), Proceedings International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society (ITS), pp. 115-125, International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), ISBN: 978-989-8533-72-2

Hartog, M. & Mulder, B. (2017). Accountable and Responsible Disclosure of Financial Open Government Data: Open Spending Initiatives enhancing Civic Engagement, In Piet Kommers (Ed.), Proceedings International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings, part of the Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS), pp. 127-133, International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), ISBN: 978-989-8533-67-8

Mulder, B. & Hartog, M. (2017). Strategy for a National Digital Society: Integral approach equipping digital citizens, ICDS17: Proceedings International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments, (pp. 38-40), International Academy, Research and Industry Association, ISBN: 978-1-61208-537-1

Hartog, M. & Mulder, B. (2017). The Creation of a Standardized Citizen Health Vocabulary: A Linked Open Data and Semantic Web example, ICDS17: Proceedings International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments, (pp. 10-13), International Academy, Research and Industry Association, ISBN: 978-1-61208-537-1

Awards

Finalist Knowledge Lab Challenge - Central Innovation District

‘Algorithms in data-driven government’.

Issued by Municipality of The Hague, Leiden University, Delft University of Technology, The Hague University of Applied Sciences

Presented 25 May 2018, The Hague

 

Best Paper Award nomination

‘Preconditions for the Structural Deployment of (Digital) Technology for Healthcare in a Participatory Society’.

Issued by the International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments (ICDS)
Presented 26 March 2018, Rome

 

Best Paper Award nomination 

A Linked Open Data and Semantic Web Citizen Vocabulary for Public Administration’.

Issued by the International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society (ITS)

Presented 13 December 2017, Sydney

 

Pim Breebaart Research Award nomination

‘Open and Transparent Government’.

Issued by the former Chairman of the Executive Board of The Hague University of Applied Sciences
Presented 2 November 2017, The Hague

  

Outstanding Paper Award

‘Accountable and Responsible Disclosure of Financial Open Government Data’.

Issued by the International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings, part of the Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS)
Presented 22 July 2017, Lisbon

 

Best Paper Award nomination 

‘The Creation of a Standardized Citizen Health Vocabulary’.

Issued by the International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments, (ICDS)

Presented 22 March 2017, Nice