Matthias Hartwig has been Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility since 2011, where he is heading the Mobility Division since 2014.
He is currently responsible for various projects in the fields of electric mobility (battery and fuel cell), vehicle automation and autonomous driving, networking and digitalisation of mobility, integration of new forms of mobility in public transport and freight transport. Furthermore, he coordinates the Competence Network Intermodal Automated Mobility (KIAM) on behalf of IKEM.
He studied Economics and Law in Hamburg, Greifswald and Alcalá de Henares (Madrid/Spain). He then worked as a Research Associate at the Chair of Public Law, European Law and Comparative Law (Prof. Dr. Uwe Kischel, Greifswald). He completed his legal clerkship at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court of Hamburg. He worked as a Research Associate at BBH Rechtsanwälte, Wirtschaftsprüfer, Steuerberater (Team Dr. Martin Altrock) in Berlin.