Alexander Klinge is a Research Associate at IKEM and currently working in the field of mobility. His work focuses on the economic evaluation of modern and flexible forms of public transport operation, as well as transferability analyses. He supports the implementation of numerous projects focusing on highly automated and autonomous public transport systems (e.g. AStriD, HEAT, HubChain).He studied the field of European economic policy with a focus on low-carbon energy policy and completed his Master in Political Economy of European Integration at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. His academic career has been accompanied by professional experience, such as freelance work in event organisation and an internship with an energy management system operator. He then worked for one and a half years in the field of climate financing at IKEM before moving internally to the mobility department.