Prof. Dr. Wolf Ketter and team offer a PhD vacancy on Erasmus Research Institute of Management – ERIM. What influences human decision-making under uncertainty in smart grids? And how can learning software agents facilitate this process?
Keep in mind: Smart Grids and emobility are closely related. Prof. Dr. Wolf Ketter is an editor of Blogomotive.
Prof. Dr. Wolf Ketter proposes a series of behavioral experiments to more adequately understand human decision-making in smart grids. As such, this proposal connects cutting edge scientific research in the areas of Information Systems, behavioral economics and cognitive neuroscience (NeuroIS).
It also has an important practical implications for the Energy field. Ranging from a behaviorally informed development of managerial guidelines how to stimulate consumers to select smart energy tariffs to more precise ways to design the smart homes of the future.
Interested? See details and get in touch with Wolf Ketter. He will energize you.