Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (Research and International Collaborations)
B.A.; M.A. (Europa Universität Viadrina); Doctorate (Freie Universität Berlin)
Dr. Annika Bose Styczynski is Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (Research and International Collaboration) of German nationality at the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP). In her research, she is focusing on the governance of socio-technical transitions and the market formation for clean energy technologies in both advanced industrial as well as developing economies. She has got several years of experience in renewable energy and electric vehicles policy development in pioneering markets (Japan, USA, China, at EU-level and Germany, France, Norway) and beyond.
ICPP4 in Montreal (2019), 10th IST Conference in Ottawa (2019), 15th WCTR in Mumbai (2019), 5th Fraunhofer Innovation and Technology Platform (FIT) in Bangalore (2018), 31st Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) in Kobe (2018), European Electric Vehicle Convention (EEVC), in Oslo (2018), IRENA Innovation Week in Bonn (2018). 1st Life-cycle Innovation Conference in Berlin (2018), 9th International Sustainability Transitions (IST) Conference in Manchester (2018), DAV Business School Conference in Kathmandu (2018), The Economic Times’ ‘Smart Mobility Summit’ in New Delhi (2018). Invited presentations at South Asia Institute of the University of Heidelberg (2017), the 50th Anniversary of the German Association for Asia Studies (DGA) in Hamburg (2017), World PetroCoal Congress in New Delhi (2017), the Indian Energy Storage Alliance in Mumbai (2017), O.P. Jindal Global University, NCR Delhi (2016-17), the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (2016), OIKOS Summer Academy at the University of Tel Aviv (2015), Technical University of Darmstadt (2015), Freie Universität Berlin (2015), ITM University Gwalior (2014), Center for International Climate and Environmental Research-Oslo (2013), ISA General Conference, San Francisco (2013), United Nations University, Tokyo (2013), TERI, New Delhi (2013), Society for Evolutionary Economics, Kyoto (2010), Nagoya University (2010, 2011, 2012), U.S. Embassy Berlin (2009).
Governance of socio-technical transitions toward low-carbon energy solutions.