Hans-Liudger

Dienel
Researcher (Smaller Project)
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Biography:

Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Liudger Dienel was born in Münster, Germany in 1961. He is a founder and director of the nexus Institute and since November 1995, academic director of the Center for Technology and Society at the University of Technology (TU), . Dr. Dienel studied history, philosophy, and engineering from 1983 to 1990 at TU Munich and completed a doctorate there in 1993 about the interaction between academia and industry in technical sciences in and the . The focuses of his research include future studies, participation in urban and technological development, mobility research, and transport policy. In the field of transport, Dr. Dienel has published, among other things, numerous works about transport history, mobility for older people, and leisure transport.

Project titles (together with Martin Schiefelbusch):

1.Toolbox for Better USer REPresentation in urban public transport (BUSREP2) (2005)

2. The situation of passengers in urban public transport: Strategies for Better USer REPresentation (BUSREP2) (2004)

3. User Representation and Citizens' Involvement in Urban Public Transport: Creating Maintaining Productive Relations Between Customers, Providers and Politics (2002)

Host organisation: NEXUS Institut für Kooperations-management und interdisziplinäre Forschung (Dienel u.a. GbR) Berlin, Germany

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