Thursday August 19 2021

09 juni 2020 09:56 | Zet in mijn agenda

From 08.30

Registration & Welcome 

Ground Floor, conference desk
09.00 - 09.45

Breakfast together on the 2nd floor 

Above Spanish Stairs, 2nd floor
09-45 - 11.15


Climate Change and Resilience by professor Pier Siebesma and professor Maarten van Aalst.

dr. Pier Siebesma is professor at the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences from TU Delft and works for the KNMI.

Professor dr. Maarten van Aalst is director of the international Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and professor in Climate and Disaster Resilience at the University of Twente.

Room 2.01,  2nd floor
11.15 - 11.30

Short break


Block 1.1

11.30 - 12.30

Safety and Security

Impact of criminal trade-offs on the international criminal supply chain by Roos Klaassen 

The impact of data-driven work processes on enterprise risk management by Jean-Paul Chün 

The influence of cultures on response-phase behaviour during an evacuation by Elvira van Damme 

2.02, 2nd floor

Block 1.2

11.30 – 12.30


Understanding the feedbacks between climate change and the global economy: an ecological, Post-Keynesian modelling approach for the European Green Deal by Ignasi Cortés Arbués 

How the ECB can join the fight against global warming by Boris van Overbeeke 

Investigating the Employment Impacts of Renewable Energy in South Africa by Ashok Willis

Lab 1, 5th floor

Block 1.3

11.30 – 12.30


Recognizing Sanitation Swamp in Indonesia by Julivius Prawira

Operationalizing stability and fairness in transboundary water resource allocations by Sahiti Sarva 

Robust Decision-Making for Inland Waterway Transport Businesses: in the Context of the Future Navigability of the Rhine by Ronny Lassooij

Lab 2, 5th floor
12.30 - 13.30

Vegetarian Lunch

Restaurant, the back 2nd floor
13.30 – 14.30


A   Put your poetry where your mouth is by Bauke Steenhuisen
B   Let’s play Cards for Biosafety by the Gamelab
C   Telling stories to decision makers by Jonathan Talbott

Coffee break on the 5th floor


217, 2nd floor
Lab 1, 5th floor
Lab 2, 5th floor


Block 2.1

14.45. – 16.15


Taking deep uncertainty into account in traffic modelling by Ilmo van Baarle

Cities for Citizens: Identification of Public Value Conflicts in Urban Spaces by Rico Herzog

Evaluating the role of urban social networks in just energy transition of cities by Aarthi Sundaram

Analysing the effect of equity principles on the placement of interventions to improve accessibility by Lotte Lourens

Room 2.02, 2nd floor


Block 2.2

14.45 – 16.15

Energy and Sustainability

Photovoltaic-Green Roof Energy Communities for the European Green Deal: a Probabilistic Cost-Benefit Analysis by Francesco Cruz

Exploring the Change in Importance of Values in Sustainable Energy Systems by Syed Mujtaba Fardeen

Disaster Risk Analysis of a Power Grid Network by Jin Rui Yap

The role of the EU in encouraging sustainable protein consumption: An agent-based approach by Samuel Timmers

Lab 1, 5th floor
16.15 – 17.15

Farewell to cohort 2019

  • Moderator dr. Haiko van der Voort, director of the Master Programme Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA), 
  • Professor. drs. Aukje Hassoldt, dean of the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
  • Dr. ir. Behnam Taebi, professor of Energy & Climate Ethics and lead professor of TU Delft The Hague
Talks by EPA students
  • Sahiti Sarva, 2nd year EPA student
  • Ashok Willis, 2nd year EPA student
Spanish Stairs
Ground Floor
17.15 – 18.00

Travel to Scheveningen for the Beach party

18.00 - 21.00

Beach party: summer games and BBQ

Beachclub Culpepper
Noorderstrand 33, Scheveningen