Rik Braams



Rik Braams works for the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management as an innovation officer. He brings the ministry in contact with new networks, methods, innovations and technology. Innovations such as Mobility as a Service, drones, the hyperloop, electric flying are possible solutions towards the ambition of a smart and green mobility system. Rik is part-time PhD-student at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development. His work focuses on how ministries can legitimize working on innovation and transition
Role in TIPC: Conference 2019
University Profile: https://www.uu.nl/staff/RBBraams

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