Stephanie Heitel, Dr.

Researcher

Stephanie studied Industrial Engineering and Management with a focus on real estate and construction management as well as informatics at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, with related stays abroad at INPG Grenoble, France, and at Carnegie Mellon University, U.S.A., at the Department of Advanced Infrastructure Systems. After completing her diploma, she worked at Siemens Management Consulting as a consultant and at BASF SE in the department of Corporate Real Estate Management with responsibility for the European region. From 2010 to 2016, she was a researcher and teaching assistant at the Department of Real Estate and Construction Management at TU Darmstadt, where she completed her doctorate on a stakeholder-oriented management approach for housing and municipal companies. Since 2017, she has been working at Fraunhofer ISI in the Competence Center Sustainability and Infrastructure Systems. Her work interests include topics related to urban transformation, resource efficiency, and system dynamics approaches to achieving sustainability goals.

    • Sustainable transformation of cities - with focus on the coupling of mobility and real estate (living and working environments)
    • Resource efficiency in the construction and real estate industry
    • System dynamics modelling of scenarios for the achievement of sustainability and climate protection goals
    • Heitel, S. (2020): Wohnungsunternehmen im Interessenkonflikt - Entwicklung eines Stakeholder-orientierten Managementansatzes. Stuttgart: Fraunhofer Verlag, zugl.: Dissertation 2019, Technische Universität Darmstadt.
    • Crespo Del Granado, P.; Resch, G.; Holz, F.; Welisch, M.; Geipel, J.; Hartner, M.; Forthuber, S.; Sensfuss, F.; Olmos, L.; Bernath, C.; Lumbreras, S.; Kranzl, L.; Müller, A.; Heitel, S.; Herbst, A.; Wilson, C.; Ramos, A. (2020): Energy Transition Pathways to a low-carbon Europe in 2050: the degree of cooperation and the level of decentralization. In: Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, 9 (1), pp. 121-135.
    • Heitel, S.; Seddig, K.; Gómez Vilchez, J. J.; Jochem, P. (2020): Global electric car market deployment considering endogenous battery price development. In: M. Junginger & A. Louwen (Hrsg.): Technological Learning in the Transition to a Low-Carbon Energy System. Conceptual Issues, Empirical Findings, and Use, in Energy Modeling. Elsevier. pp. 281-305.
    • Heitel, S.; Krail, M.; Ajanovic, A.; Haas, R.; Bernath, C.; Sensfuß, F.; Lux, B.; Marañón-Ledesma, H. (2018): Ways to a cleaner and smarter transport sector: Case study report. Compiled within the H2020 project SET-Nav.
    • Heitel, S.; Kämpf-Dern, A.; Pfnür, A. (2015): Integration of stakeholder interests in housing companies’ strategic management. In: Property Management, 33 (3), pp. 224-244.
    • Heitel, S.; Pfnür, A. (2015): Stakeholderbefragung für ökonomisch nachhaltige Unternehmensziele. In: Die Wohnungswirtschaft (1), pp. 58-60.
    • Heitel, S.; Lohse, M.; Zahn, M.; Pfnür, A.; Damianakis, M. (2011):  Wohnungswirtschaft im Wandel: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen öffentlicher Finanzierung in der Wohnraumversorgung. In: Andreas Pfnür (Hrsg.), Arbeitspapiere zur immobilienwirtschaftlichen Forschung und Praxis Nr. 24. Darmstadt.
    • Heitel, S. (2010): Stadtrendite durch Wohnungsunternehmen - Analyse der Komponenten und Quantifizierungsmethoden. In: Andreas Pfnür (Hrsg.), Arbeitspapiere zur immobilienwirtschaftlichen Forschung und Praxis Nr. 22. Darmstadt.
    • Heitel, S.; Koriath, H.; Herzog, C. S.; Specht, G. (2008): Vergleichende Lebenszykluskostenanalyse für Fußgängerbrücken aus unterschiedlichen Werkstoffen. In: Bautechnik, 85, (10), pp. 687-695.