ORGANISATION

Das CAS MIA Premium ist als not-for-profit-industrial-ecology organisiert, in der jeder durch die Mitgestaltung der Netzwerkindustrie wertschöpft, einschließlich eines internationalen BeiratsReferentenSoftware PartnerTeam und eines Director of Studies.

Beirat

Dr. Pedro Rodrigues de Almeida (2015-2017)

Director, Head of Basic Industries, World Economic Forum, Schweiz.

Aldo Baietti (2012-2015)

Lead Infrastructure Specialist, East Asia and Pacific Region, The World Bank, USA.

Dr. Mohamed Benahmed (seit 2014)

Head Section Networks, Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications DETEC, Swiss Federal Office of Energy SFOE, Energy economics, Switzerland.

Dr. Stefan Brem (2015-2017)

Head of Risk Analysis & Research Coordination, Swiss Federal Agency for Civil Protection, BABS, Switzerland.

Dr. Penny Burns (2012-2014)

Editor ‹Strategic Asset Management›, Director Strategic Asset Management Database (AMQI), Australia.

Jean-Louis Coullon (seit 2013)

Asset Management Director, General Electric (GE), France.

Urs Fischer (2015 – 2017)

Vizedirektor, Leiter Normung und Internationale Beziehungen, Schweizerische Normen-Vereinigung (SNV), Schweiz

Stephan Kamphues (seit 2016)

Member of the Managing Board, Open Grid Europe, Germany.

Thomas Liesenfeld (seit 2015)

Director Innovation Management and University Liaison Siemens Schweiz AG, International Headquarters Building Technologies Division Technology & Innovation, BT TI, Schweiz.

Spiros Margaris (seit 2016)

Margaris Advisory, Schweiz, Grossbritannien

Prof. Dr. Dirk Meissner (seit 2015)

Institute for Statistical Studies and the Economics of Knowledge / Department of Educational Programmes; National Research University Higher School of Economics, RUS.

Prof. Dr. Dominik Möst (seit 2015)

Professur für Energiewirtschaft, Fakultät Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Technische Universität Dresden, Deutschland

Thierry Pulver (seit 2017)

Leiter Strategie & Programme, SBB CFF FFS AG, Schweiz

Dr. Kurt Rüegg (seit 2014)

ehem. Präsident Schweizerischer Verein des Gas und Wasserfaches (SVGW), Schweiz

Christoph Ryter (seit 2015)

CEO, Migros pension fund, President of the Swiss Pension Fund Association (ASIP), Switzerland.

Thomas Schäfer (seit 2015)

CEO, Stromnetze Berlin GmbH, Germany.

Peter Schär (seit 2015)

CEO, Rechsteiner Partners AG, Switzerland.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Schegner (seit 2015)

Professur für Elektroenergieversorgung, Institut für elektrische Energieversorgung und Hochspannungstechnik (IEEH), Technische Universität Dresden, Deutschland

Andrew Truscott (2015-2017)

Head of Infrastructure investment funds Europe, J.P. Morgan, London, UK.

Faculty

Dr. Pedro Rodrigues de Almeida

Director, Head of Basic Industries, World Economic Forum, Schweiz.

Aldo Baietti

Lead Infrastructure Specialist, East Asia and Pacific Region, The World Bank, USA.

Dr. Olivier Bernard

Chief Technology Officer, OXAND, France

Dr. Ben Caldecott

Programme Director at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Stranded Assets Programme, Adviser to The Prince of Wales› International Sustainability Unit, Oxford University, UK.

Prof. Harry T. Dimitriou

Bartlett Professor of Planning Studies, Director of MSc Programme in Mega Infrastructure Planning, Appraisal & Delivery, Director of the OMEGA Centre Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK.

Prof. Dr. Nico Grove

Assistant Professor for Infrastructure Economics & Management Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany.

Dr. Franziska Hasselmann

Director of Studies CAS MIA, Switzerland. Academic Advisor, Global Infrastructure Initiative and The Future of Construction, Co-Chair of Life-Cycle Performance, World Economic Forum, Switzerland.

Dr. Tobias Lesinski

Leiter Technik und Anlagenmanagement Fahrbahn und Fahrwegmessung, DB Netz AG, Deutschland.

Prof. Dr. Dirk Meissner

Institute for Statistical Studies and the Economics of Knowledge / Department of Educational Programmes, National Research University Higher School of Economics, RUS.

Dr. Aris Pantelias

Course Director, MSc Infrastructure Investment and Finance, The Bartlett School of Construction & Project Management, UCL Faculty of the Built Environment. UK.

Dr. Kurt Rüegg

ehem. Präsident, Schweizerischer Verein des Gas und Wasserfaches (SVGW), Schweiz

Prof. Dr. Peter Schegner

Professur für Elektroenergieversorgung, Institut für elektrische Energieversorgung und Hochspannungstechnik (IEEH), Technische Universität Dresden, Deutschland

Christian Schorn

Director of Technological Innovation, EnBW Regional AG. Author ‹Asset Management für Infrastrukturanlagen – Energie und Wasser» Springerverlag, 2011, Germany.

Dr. Heiko Spitzer

CEO entellgenio GmbH

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stölzle

Professor of Logistics Management University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Andrew Truscott

Head of Infrastructure investment funds Europe, J.P. Morgan, London, UK.

Co-Teacher

Urs Grunicke (UHG Consult & CAS MIA HSG 2016), Lukas Häusermann (IWB & CAS MIA HSG 2016), Thierry Pulver (SBB & CAS MIA HSG 2016), Olivier Stössel (VSE & CAS MIA HSG 2016).

und andere

Geschäftsführung L&D IM GmbH & Studienleitung CAS MIA

Franziska Hasselmann

Dr.

Telefon: +41 76 203 11 95
E-Mail: franziska.hasselmann@casmia.ch

Education

  • PhD. infrastructure management, TU Dresden, Germany
  • Certificates & examinations electrical engineering, energy economics, machine engineering, philosophy of technology, remote sensing & GIS, TU Dresden, Germany
  • BA (hons) Business Studies with Systems Practice, The Open University Business School (Royal Charter, Triple Crown), UK
  • MBA Technology Management with Corporate Finance, The Open University Business School (Royal Charter, Triple Crown), UK

Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • Global Academic Advisor on ‚Global Infrastructure Initiative‘ (World Economic Forum)
  • Global Academic Advisor on ‚The Future of Construction‘ (World Economic Forum)
  • Editorial Board Member Journal of Infrastructure Asset Management (ICE Publishing)
  • Reviewer for Journal of Management Decision, Energy Policy, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Academy of Management

Publications

  • Hasselmann, F. (2018) Chair of Special Issue ‚Integrated Infrastructure Asset Management Solutions‘, Journal of Managing Infrastructure Assets, ICE Publishing
  • Hasselmann, F. (forthcoming) ‚Integrated Infrastructure Asset Management Solutions’. Journal of Managing Infrastructure Assets
  • Hasselmann, F. (10.02.2016), Sprecher im Science Center der Maintenance Schweiz 2016, ‚Vielfalt als Zukunft der Instandhaltung‘.
  • Hasselmann, F. (2015) The ISO 55 000 Asset Management Standard: what is in for rocket sciences ? International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable
  • Hasselmann, F. & WEF (2015) Strategic Infrastructure Report Phase III: Mitigating Risk. Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Hasselmann, F. (10.11.2015), Invited Speaker on Personal Development in Asset Management, ICE Conference on Asset Management, London, UK
  • Hasselmann, F. & WEF (2014). Strategic Infrastructure Report Phase II: Steps to Operate and Maintain Infrastructure Efficiently and Effectively. Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Hasselmann, F. (2013) Cross-asset management and infrastructure system transitions: findings from traffic and energy sector transitions. Presentation conference “Energy Systems in Transition: Inter- and Transdisciplinary Contributions”, 9th – 11th of October 2013 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
  • Hasselmann, F. (2013) „Differences in scopes of action among spatial scales of a spatial transition: appraising rich pictures in empirical research on environmental and infrastructure governance“. Poster at symposium on „Scale in Environmental Governance: Power Reconfiguration, Democratic Legitimacy and Institutional (Mis-) Fit“ at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Berlin, 7-8 March 2013.
  • Seidl, R., Brand F., Le B. & Hasselmann, F. (2012). Societal Regime Shifts. Thresholds in human-environment systems. Poster presented at the Opening seminar Groningen Center for Social Complexity Studies, University of Groningen, 15 June 2012.
  • Hasselmann, F. (2011): Systems thinking. In N. Cohen, & P. Robbins (Eds.), The SAGE References Series on Green Society: Toward a Sustainable Future: Green business: An A-to-Z guide. (pp. 502-505). Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.
  • Hasselmann, F. (Ed.)(2011): Kritische Infrastrukturen: Vulnerabilität, Raum und sozio-technische Komplexität – Einführung zum Themenheft. Geogr. Helv. 66, 2: 74-75.
  • Hasselmann, F. (2011): „Infrastrukturplanung“ und „Schutz kritischer Infrastrukturen“ in der Schweiz: explorative Studie zur Heterogenität der kollektiven und diskursiven Steuerung einer Ambivalenz. Geogr. Helv. 66, 2: 76-83.
  • Hasselmann, F., Csaplovics, E., Falconer, I., Bürgi, M., Hersperger, A.M. (2010), Technological driving forces of LUCC: Conceptualization, quantification, and the example of urban power distribution networks. Land Use Policy 27: 628-637
  • Reddy, B.S., Assenza, G.B., Assenza, D., Hasselmann, F. (2009), Energy efficiency and climate change: conserving power for a sustainable future, New Delhi, Sage. 349 S
  • Mann, S., Mittenzwei, K. and Hasselmann, F. (2013): The importance of succession on business growth: A case study of family farms in Switzerland and Norway. Yearbook of Socio-economics in Agriculture.

Unveröffentlichte, peer-reviewed Arbeitspapiere

  • ‚Review of the innovation management approach of an international consulting and solutions provider in industrial asset management for a technological innovation project in structural health monitoring: the case of EVETM Solution and OXAND’
  • ‚Risks to innovation project success in open source environments: the case of electric vehicle manufacturers’
  • Technology Road-Mapping: capability planning road map for emerging technologies in infrastructure asset management’
  • ‚Assessment of dynamic capability for technology in Managing Infrastructure Asset Organizations’
  • ‚The meaning of technology and technology strategy: case study of a Swiss total service operator and its asset management function’
  • ‚Integrated technology strategy formation for infrastructure asset management organizations’

University Hosts

Universitäten liefern im Moment keine ausreichende Grund- und Weiterbildung im Infrastruktur Management. Universitäten – in diesem Fall hochrangige und akkreditierte Managementschulen – bieten das CAS MIA in Kooperation mit der L&D IM GmbH an. Für zwei Jahre werden nach Vereinbarung spezifische Inhalte geliefert und nach Teilnehmerfeedback für die asset intensive Branche angepasst. Host Universitäten fördern somit die Entstehung von Lehre im Infrastruktur Management.

Alumni Sprecher

2018

Frank Harlacher
Projektleiter L-/H-Gas Umstellung / Project Manager L-/H-Gas Conversion

frank.harlacher@open-grid-europe.com
Open Grid Europe GmbH
Kallenbergstraße 5

45141 Essen

www.open-grid-europe.com

Software Partner

Avantum AG

Deighton

General Electric (GE)

IBM