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Jens Schippl

Dipl.-Geogr. Jens Schippl

Scientific staff
Research area Innovation processes and impacts of technology
Room: 302
Phone: +49 721 608-23994
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Institut für Technikfolgenabschätzung und Systemanalyse (ITAS)
Postfach 3640
76021 Karlsruhe


Professional background

Studies of geography, biology, and of sociology at Heidelberg University.

Professional background:

  • Member of scientific staff at the city planning office and at the office of Lokale Agenda-21 at the city government of Heidelberg
  • Member of scientific staff at Akademie für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Baden-Württemberg
  • Member of scientific staff at Car-Sharing Freiburg (focus on new business models for sustainable transport)

At ITAS, since 2006.

Fields of work

Sociotechnical processes of change, foresight and technology assessment in the mobility and in the energy sector

  • Sustainable transitions in mobility and energy
  • Institutional / societal change and technology development
  • Digitalisation, car-sharing and on-demand mobility
  • Automated driving
  • Diffusion pathways for electric cars
  • Spatial perspective in transition research, technology assessment and foresight
  • Scenarios

Current projects

Completed projects

Recent publications

Fleischer, T.; Meyer-Soylu, S.; Schippl, J.; Decker, M.
Personal aerial transportation systems (PATS) - A potential solution for the urban mobility challenges? Futures 109(2019), S. 50-62

Poganietz, W.-R.; Kopfmüller, J.; Schippl, J.
Socio-technical scenarios for sustainability transitions: The double integration challenge. Vortrag auf dem Joint Workshop von Karlsruher Institut für Technologie und University of North Carolina Charlotte, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, 20.-22. Mai 2019

Arnold, A.; Schippl, J.; Wassermann, S.
Cultural narrative analysis as a way to advance the multi-level-perspective. Vortrag auf der International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Manchester, Großbritannien, 11.-14.06.2018

Arnold, A.; Schippl, J.; Wassermann, S.
Von der Nische in den Mainstream? Über Akteure, Angebote und das Diffusionspotential von Mobility as a Service. Stuttgart: Universität Stuttgart 2018, DOI: 10.18419/opus-10037

Büscher, C., Schippl, J.; Sumpf, P.
Energy as a sociotechnical problem : A concluding discussion. Routledge Studies in Energy Transitions 2018, S. 262-276

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Büscher, C.; Schippl, J.; Sumpf, P. (Hrsg.)
Energy as a sociotechnical problem. An interdisciplinary perspective on control, change, and action in energy transitions. New York: Routledge 2018
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Büscher, C.; Schippl, J.; Sumpf, P.
Introduction - Energy as a Sociotechnical Problem. An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Control, Change, and Action in Energy Transitions. Routledge Studies in Energy Transitions 2018, S. 1-13

Fleischer, T.; Givoni, M.; Schippl, J.
"Self-driving cars are completely the wrong tool for me!" Moshe Givoni, Torsten Fleischer and Jens Schippl discuss automated road vehicles. TATuP - Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis 27(2018)2, S. 68-71, DOI: 10.14512/tatup.27.2.68

Fleischer, T.; Schippl, J.
Automatisiertes Fahren - Fluch oder Segen für nachhaltige Mobilität? TATuP - Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis 27(2018)2, S. 11-15, DOI: 10.14512/tatup.28.2.11
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Kopfmüller, J.; Poganietz, W.-R.; Schippl, J.
Socio-technical scenarios for sustainability transitions: The double integration challenge. Vortrag auf der Konferenz "Energy Scenarios - Construction, Assessment and Impact", Karlsruhe, 24.-25.09.2018

Publications at ITAS