Dr. Konstantin Krauß


Dr. Konstantin Krauß is a transport researcher at Fraunhofer ISI with a focus on supply and usage of shared mobility and Mobility-as-a-Service. Konstantin Krauß leads and works on international and national research projects on effects of mobility behavior and possibilities for shifting towards sustainable mobility. His work includes studies on mobility services and shared mobility (car sharing, ridepooling, bikesharing, shared e-scooters). His research also focuses on the supply, use and business models of mobility platforms ("MaaS").

Konstantin  Krauß holds a doctorate degree from ETH Zurich (Institute for Transport Planning and Systems) with a dissertation on “Shared mobility in MaaS systems: A supply and demand perspective“. Previously, he studied economics at the University of Hohenheim and in Aarhus (Denmark). Since 2008, he has been working as a researcher at Fraunhofer ISI in the Competence Center “Sustainability and Infrastructure Systems“ in the Business Unit “Mobility“.