Christine Milchram is PhD researcher at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management of Delft University of Technology. Her 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. This is done by normative assessment based on the capability approach and case study research. The case studies are drawn from the City of Amsterdam, through the Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS). Before she started her PhD, Christine worked as a strategy consultant in the field of sustainability, focusing on the utilities industry, smart city, and smart mobility. She studied International Business at the University of Vienna (MSc, graduation 2012).
Scientific publications (selection)
- Milchram, C., G. van de Kaa, N. Doorn, R. Künneke. 2018. "Moral Values as Factors for Social Acceptance of Smart Grid Technologies". Sustainability 10(2703): 1-23 (DOI: 10.3390/su10082703). click to open pdf