Dr. habil. Weert Canzler

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Research Fellow of the Research Group

Research fields

Innovation, Knowledge, and Culture
Social science based mobility research | Energy policies | Innovation Research | Research- and technology policies

CV

 

2015 habilitation in social science based mobility research at faculty of transportation and traffic sciences "Friedrich List" at TU Dresden

Since 2013 speaker of Leibniz research alliance "energy transition"

Since 2009 senior researcher in research group: science policy studies 2007 (2nd edition in 2016) editing Handbuch Verkehrspolitik (along with Oliver Schöller and Andreas Knie) 1998 - 2003 in charge of secondary research in field test CashCar 1998 formation of Projektgruppe Mobilität at WZB (along with Andreas Knie) 1995 doctorate in sociology at Institute of Soziology at TU Berlin 1990 - 1992 in charge for establishing the Secretary for Futures Research (Sekretariat für Zukunftsforschung SFZ) in Gelsenkirchen (Northrhine westphalia) 1985 Studies in political sciences, economics and law at FU Berlin, diploma in political sciences in 1985

Selected Publications

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Canzler, Weert/Engels, Franziska/Rogge, Jan-Christoph/Simon, Dagmar/Wentland, Alexander (2017): "From 'Living Lab' to Strategic Action Field? Bringing together Energy, Mobility, and Information Technology in Germany". In: Energy Research & Social Science, Vol. 27, No. May, S. 25-35.
Canzler, Weert/Wittowsky, Dirk (2016): "The Impact of Germany's 'Energiewende' on the Transport Sector. Unsolved Problems and Conflicts". In: Utilities Policy - Governance, Performance, Analysis, Vol. 41, No. August, Special section on German Energiewende, edited by Weert Canzler/Philipp Grundmann/Markus Leibenath/Timothy Moss/Leslie Quitzow/Tilmann Rave , S. 246-251. (vorab online publiziert 10.03.2016)
Canzler, Weert/Knie, Andreas (2016): "Mobility in the Age of Digital Modernity. Why The Private Car is Losing Its Significance, Intermodal Transport is Winning and why Digitalisation is the Key". In: Applied Mobilities, Vol. 1, No. 1, S. 56-67. (vorab online publiziert 22. März 2016)
Canzler, Weert/Knie, Andreas (2016): Die digitale Mobilitätsrevolution. Vom Ende des Verkehrs wie wir ihn kannten. München: oekom Verlag, 131 S.
Quitzow, Leslie/Canzler, Weert/Grundmann, Philipp/Leibenath, Markus/Moss, Timothy/Rave, Tilmann (2016): "The German Energiewende. What's Happening? - Introducing the Special Issue". In: Utilities Policy - Governance, Performance, Analysis, Vol. 41, No. August, Special Section on German Energiewende, edited by Weert Canzler/Philipp Grundmann/Markus Leibenath/Timothy Moss/Leslie Quitzow/Tilmann Rave, S. 163-171. (vorab online publiziert 13.04.2016)
Canzler, Weert (2015): "Zukunft der Mobilität. An der Dekarbonisierung kommt niemand vorbei". In: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte - Beilage zur Wochenzeitung Das Parlament, Jg. 65, H. 31-32, S. 19-25.
Canzler, Weert (2015): "Freiwillig nachhaltig und erzwungen postfossil modern. Fortsetzung der Überlegungen von Reinhard Loske zur 'Wiedereinbettung der Ökonomie in Gesellschaft und Natur'". In: Leviathan - Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft, Jg. 43, H. 2, S. 166-176.
Canzler, Weert/Knie, Andreas (2013): Schlaue Netze. Wie die Energie- und Verkehrswende gelingt. München: oekom Verlag, 136 S.
Canzler, Weert/Galich, Ante/Marz, Lutz (2013): "Negotiating Sustainable Innovation? Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies in Germany". In: European Journal of Environmental Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 1, S. 65-71.
Canzler, Weert (2013): "Verkehr und Mobilität". In: Steffen Mau/Nadine M. Schöneck (Hg.): Handwörterbuch zur Gesellschaft Deutschlands, Bd. 2. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, S. 922-935.
Projects

Leibniz Research Alliance “Energy Transition”

Energy and transport transition as challenge for science based mobility research

Active mobility

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