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Dewulf, Geert P.M.R.

Geert Dewulf

Geert Dewulf is Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Technology and Professor of Planning and Development at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. In 2012-2013, he was the UPS Foundation Visiting Professor at Stanford University. Before he joined Twente University he worked at TNO and Delft University of Technology. He holds a PhD from the University of Utrecht. He was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University in 1990-1991.

Geert Dewulf has written numerous publications on Public-Private Partnerships. His research focuses on public private governance issues and strategic planning. He was scientific president of BSIK program PSIBouw, and until 2012 Scientific director of the 3TU (Federation of the Dutch Technical Universities) Center of Expertise on the Built Environment. He is also a member of the Program Board of the NWO Program Urban Regions in the Delta.

PUBLICATIONS (last 5 years)

  1. Amstel, F.M.C., Zerjav, V, Hartmann, T. and Dewulf, G.P.M.R. (accepted) Expanding the representation of user activities. Building Research and Information.
  2. Matos Castano, J., Dewulf, G. P. M. R. & Mahalingam, A. (2014). Unpacking the path-dependent process of institutional change for PPPs. Australian journal of public administration, (ISSN 0313-6647), 73 (1), 47-66.
  3. Cramer, H., Dewulf, G.P.M.R. & Voordijk, H. (2014). The barriers to govern long-term care innovations:: The paradoxical role of subsidies in a transition program. Health policy, (ISSN 0168-8510), 116(1), 71-83.
  4. Reedt Dortland, M. W. J. van, Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. (2014). Making sense of future uncertainties using real options and scenario planning. Futures, (ISSN 0016-3287), 55, 15-31.
  5. Cramer, H., Dewulf, G.P.M.R. & Voordijk, H. (2014). The barriers to nurturing and empowering long-term care experiments - lessons learnt to advance future healthcare projects. International journal of healthcare management, (ISSN 2047-9700), 7(3), 165-184.
  6. Vlist, A. J van der, Vrolijk, M. H. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2014). On ict and procuction cost in construction industry: evidence from the Netherlands. Construction management and economics, (ISSN 0144-6193), 32 (6), 641-651.
  7. Baarveld, M. Y., Smit, M. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2013). Planning and commitment in cultural heritage projects. Journal of cultural heritage management and sustainable development, (ISSN 2044-1266), 3(2), 163-174.
  8. Hoezen, M. E. L., Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2013). Formal bargaining and informal sense making in the competitive dialogue procedure: An event-driven explanation. International journal of managing projects in business, (ISSN 1753-8378), 6(4), 674-694.
  9. Reedt Dortland, M. W. J. van, Dewulf, G. P. M. R. & Voordijk, J. T. (2013). Project coalitions in healthcare construction projects and the application of real options: an exploratory survey. HERD (Health environments research and design journal), (ISSN 1937-5867), 7(1), 14-36.
  10. Schraven, D. F. J., Hartmann, A. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2013). Research orientations towards the 'management' of infrastructure assets: an intellectual structure approach. Structure and infrastructure engineering, (ISSN 1573-2479).
  11. Reedt Dortland, M. W. J. van, Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2013). Real options in project coalitions in Dutch health care: two case studies of construction projects. Construction management and economics, (ISSN 0144-6193), 31(3), 266-286.
  12. Seijger, C. J. L., Dewulf, G. P. M. R., Otter, H. S. & Tatenhove, J. van (2013). Understanding interactive knowledge development in coastal projects. Environmental science & policy, (ISSN 1462-9011), 29, 103-114.
  13. Dewulf, G. P. M. R. & Kadefors, A. (2012). Collaboration in public construction - contractual incentives, partnering schemes and trust. Engineering project organization journal, (ISSN 2157-3727), 2, 240-250.
  14. Dewulf, G. P. M. R., Kadefors, A. & Volker, L. (2012). Editorial: establishing collaboration in public engineering projects. Engineering project organization journal, (ISSN 2157-3727), 2, 109-111.
  15. Hoezen, M. E. L., Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2012). Contracting dynamics in the competitive dialogue procedure. Built environment project and asset management, (ISSN 2044-124X), 2(1), 6-24.
  16. Hoezen, M. E. L., Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2012). Formal and informal contracting processes in the competitive dialogue procedure: a multiple case-study (on-line). Engineering project organization journal, (ISSN 2157-3727), 2, 145-158.
  17. Laan, A. T., Voordijk, J. T., Noorderhaven, N. G. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2012). Levels of interorganizational trust in construction projects: empirical evidence. Journal of construction engineering and management, (ISSN 0733-9364), 138(7), 821-831.
  18. Reedt Dortland, M. W. J. van, Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2012). Towards a decision support tool for real estate management in the health sector using real options and scenario planning. Journal of corporate real estate, (ISSN 1463-001X), 14(3), 140-156.
  19. Dewulf, G. P. M. R. & Kadefors, A. (2012). Collaboration in public construction - contractual incentives, partnering schemes and trust. Engineering project organization journal, (ISSN 2157-3727), 2, 240-250.
  20. Dewulf, G., Blanken, A. and W.D. Bult-Spiering (2012). Strategic Issues in Public-Private Partnerships; Second Edition. Wiley, Oxford.
  21. Adriaanse, A. M., Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2010). The use of interorganisational ICT in United States construction projects. Automation in construction, (ISSN 0926-5805), 19(1), 73-83.
  22. Blanken, A. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2010). PPPs in health: static or dynamic? Australian journal of public administration, (ISSN 0313-6647), 69(S1), S47-13
  23. Graaf, R. S. de & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2010). Applying the lessons of strategic urban planning learned in the developing world to the Netherlands: a case study of three industrial area development projects. Habitat International, (ISSN 0197-3975), 34, 471-477.
  24. Adriaanse, A. M., Voordijk, J. T. & Dewulf, G. P. M. R. (2010). The use of interorganisational ICT in construction projects: a critical perspective. Construction innovation, (ISSN 1471-4175), 10(2), 223-237.

MANAGERIAL ACTIVITIES (selection)

  1. Co-founded 3TU. Center of Expertise for the Built Environment http://bouw.3TU.nl Dr. Dewulf co-founded one of this center and served as its initial Director. The Center is one of the 6 Centers of Expertise of the Federation of 3 Technical Universities in the Netherlands.
  2. Chair PSIBouw (National Innovation Program in Construction) Psibouw was launched in 2004 after the Parliamentary Inquiry on Collusion in Construction and had a budget of 34 mln Euros. Dr. Dewulf was the scientific president from 2004 until 2009. PSIBouw is a public private research initiative.
  3. Member Management Board EU COST Action PPP in Transport program. Dr. Dewulf serves in the board of the Cost program on PPP in Transport. In this Cost program academics of 22 countries of the EU are cooperating.
  4. Board Member Research School on Transport Trail
  5. Board Member ThermoPlastic composites Research Center
  6. Board Member 3TU. Federation Center for the Built Environment

SIGNIFICANT HONORS AND AWARDS

  • UPS Foundation Visiting Professor, Stanford University 2012-2013
  • Chair, 3TU. Center of Expertise for the Built Environment 2011
  • Distinguished Service Award, Engineering Project Organization Society 2013
  • Best Paper Award CIB conference, South Africa 2012
  • UPS Foundation Visiting Professorship Award 2012
  • Harvard Visiting Fellowship 1990

COLLABORATORS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS

  1. Editorship and Academic Affiliations
    1. Associate Editor Engineering Project Organization Journal, Taylor and Francis
    2. Member Strategic Advisory Board, Center of the Built Environment and Innovation Center (EPSRC), Imperial College (2005-2010)
    3. Program Board Member Dutch Graduate School of Structural Engineering
    4. Member Scientific Board of the TNO Center for Health Care Assets (until 2012)
    5. Member Program Board Urban Research Program (DBR) of NWO (Dutch National Science Organization)
  2. National Science Grants and EU funding(projects since 2010)
    1. US National Science Foundation: (Stanford, VTT) Toward an Integrated, Lifecycle Governance Framework for Delivering Civil Infrastructure Systems
    2. EU Grant Horizon 2020 (management team) Business models for enhancing funding and enabling financing for infrastructure in transport (Benefit)
    3. Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) Governance for smartening public-private partnerships (GoSmart3P)
    4. NWO ZKO project (lead investigator): Engaged Knowledge Development for Coastal Defense
    5. NWO DBR project (lead investigator): Impact of Climate Change on Maintenance Engineering
    6. STW Perspectief: Integral and Sustainable multifunctional Flood Design
    7. EU Cost Program PPP in Transport (management board)
    8. NWO Nicis (lead investigator): Redevelopment and Cultural Heritage
    9. NWO/Prorail: Asset Management in Rail Infrastructure
    10. EU Eranet: Sabaris (lead investigator). Stakeholder Management in Road Infrastructure Projects
  3. Thesis Advisor: 
    1. Juriaan van Meel (Technical University of Denmark); Peter Krumm (Prorail); Pity van der Schaaf (TU Delft); Robin de Graaf (University of Twente); Anneloes Blanken (Ministry of Finance); Inge de Kort (Ministry of Finance); Tatsiana Haponava (European Normalisation Institute); Mieke Hoezen (Highways Agency); Arjen Adriaanse (Ballast Nedam); Marnix Smit (University of Twente); Bram Entrop (University of Twente); Albertus Laan (HHM); Jeroen Bemelmans (Demcom), Timo Hartmann (University of Twente), Reedt Dortland (Kadaster), Hendrik Cramer (CCC), Chris Seijger (Deltares).