TU Delft (Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management)
The Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) within TU Delft is concerned with complex technological systems that function within a socio-economic context. The Faculty develops interdisciplinary theories, methods, and tools to address technologically complex problems where multiple actors are involved. The adoption and integration of new technologies is one of the key focus points. For this TU Delft has developed growth models for realizing integrating service delivery, developed games for adopting new working methods in the gaming & simulation lab. Within this project the TU Delft is in the lead for the research on IT-governance.
Nitesh Bharosa is Full professor of ‘GovTech and Innovation’ at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management of Delft University of Technology. His past research focussed on designing digital infrastructures for public-private data sharing. His current research focusses on designing and governing responsible GovTech – socio-technical solutions for the public sector. Nitesh is co-founder and the academic director of Digicampus – a multi-helix collaboration for public sector innovation. In HAPKIDO, Nitesh leads work-package 1, focussing on the societal risks.
Lærke Christiansen is a PhD Candidate in Technology Governance and Serious Gaming at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). With a background in Anthropology and Sociology of Law she uses a social science lens to research how a serious game can be used to facilitate collective action in migrating to quantum-safe PKI systems in the Netherlands. Her ambition is to develop a game which can facilitate collective action for entire sectors.
Ini Kong is a PhD researcher at Delft University of Technology. Her research focuses on developing a growth model-based roadmap for organizations to achieve quantum safety. This involves analyzing activities, organizational capabilities, and governance needed to progress from one stage to the next. The concept of growth model allows us to understand how an organization can be arranged and evolve over time toward its desired stage.