C. (Christine) Milchram MSc


Christine Milchram works as a PhD researcher in the field of values and acceptability of smart grid systems since February 2016.

In 2012, Christine graduated from the University of Vienna, where she studied International Business Administration. Prior to her PhD, Christine worked for several years as a strategy consultant in the field of sustainability, focusing on the automotive and electric utilities industry, smart city, and smart mobility.


Christine’s research focuses on the identification of innovative organizational models of smart energy systems in support of moral values, thereby enhancing their moral acceptability and social acceptance.

Christine Milchram

PhD Candidate


Values, Technology and Innovation


Economics of Technology and Innovation

Research interests:
Design for values
Management of responsible innovation

Smart Energy Systems
Institutional Economics
Energy Policy (especially renewables)

Additional information

C. Milchram MSc

The battle between battery and fuel cell powered electric vehicles

peer reviewed : Y

Energies (2017)


  • Geerten Van De Kaa
  • Daniel Scholten
  • Jafar Rezaei
  • Christine Milchram
Values at stake for smart grid systems: The case of the Netherlands

peer reviewed : N

Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water, and Environment Systems (SDEWES) (2017) 20 pages , p.


  • Christine Milchram
  • Rafaela Hillerbrand
Moral values as factors for social acceptance

peer reviewed : N

Proceedings of 26th Conference of the International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT) (2017)


  • Christine Milchram
  • Geerten van de Kaa
Exploring the effectiveness of foreign brand communication

peer reviewed : Y

Journal of Business Research (2016) 8 pages , p. 210-217


  • Georgios Halkias
  • Milena Micevski
  • Adamantios Diamantopoulos
  • Christine Milchram
2016 - Integration Moment
2015 - Integration Moment
2017 - Integration Moment
ancillary activities
-Geen nevenwerkzaamheden -

2016-02-01 - 2018-02-01