Jury


The DMP Jury 2022

The mobility of the future is characterized by diversity, innovation and participation. This is also reflected through the DMP jury members: They are personalities from politics, business, science and civil society who have a connection to digital mobility and innovation. In addition, a DMP alumna, a person with an outside perspective and a citizen are jury members.

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Daniela Kluckert

Daniela Kluckert

Daniela Kluckert is an economist. She became a member of the German Federal Parliament in 2017 for the Free Democratic Party (FDP). Since December 2021, she is a Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Digital and Transport. She will be hosting the jury.

“For me, mobility of the future means an efficient, smart and connected interaction of different modes of transport. In doing so, we must leverage the different potentials and not neglect or exclude any technology.”

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Constantin Grosch

Constantin Grosch

Constantin Grosch is chairman of the supervisory board of the Hameln-Pyrmont public transport company, candidate for the Lower Saxony state elections and long-time inclusion activist. As a person with a disability, he fights for a barrier-free mobility transition.

“For me, mobility of the future means considering it as an existential prerequisite for participation in society. A democratization of mobility is necessary that prioritizes values of solidarity such as accessibility and ecology.”

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Prof. Dr. Andreas Herrmann

Prof. Dr. Andreas Herrmann

Prof. Dr. Andreas Herrmann is Director of the Institute for Mobility at the University of St. Gallen and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics. He headed the Institute for Customer Insight at the University of St. Gallen and completed numerous residencies at Columbia University, MIT and the University of Michigan. He is primarily concerned with the transformation of the automotive industry and all topics related to Smart Mobility.

“New Mobility for me is inclusive, environmentally friendly and reduces land consumption and accidents.”

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Julia Kloiber

Julia Kloiber

Julia Kloiber works and researches at the intersection of technology and society. She is the CEO and co-founder of the feminist organisation Superrr Lab. She launched a number of initiatives and organizations that test how technology can be used profitably for society. Among them are the Prototype Fund, a public fund for public interest tech and the network Code for Germany. She focuses on future narratives in the field of technology and digitalization and speaks at international conferences on the topics: transparency and open data, opportunities and challenges of new technologies for society, feminist tech and others.

Dr. Linda Breitlauch

Linda Breitlauch, Professor of Intermedia Design, Trier University of Applied Sciences

Dr. Linda Breitlauch

Linda Breitlauch is Professor of Game Design at Trier University of Applied Sciences and co-founder and shareholder of Skilltree GmbH. Her work focuses on interactive storytelling, health games and serious games. With “Skillpolis” she is developing a serious game for the simulation of smart cities (www.skillpolis.de).

“For me, mobility of the future means that sustainability, inclusion and plannability are given the highest priority. Digital technologies can support this and enable a high level of participation.”

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Anna-Theresa Korbutt

Anna-Theresa Korbutt

Anna-Theresa Korbutt, born in 1979 in the Hanseatic city of Danzig, is Managing Director of the Hamburg Transport Association (hvv) since April 1, 2021. With great passion and innovative projects, she is committed to the mobility transition in Hamburg.

“For me, the mobility transition of the future means: having time for other things.”

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Dr. Olga Nevska

Dr. Olga Nevska

Dr. Olga Nevska is Managing Director of Telekom MobilitySolutions, where she manages the transformation of one of the largest corporate fleets into an innovative mobility provider. Her goal is sustainable, shared and connected mobility. In May, she was elected as one of the “40ü40 – Germany’s most inspiring women 2022”.

“The mobility of the future is sustainable, shared, connected and demand-oriented – for all people equally.”

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Nadia Zaboura

Nadia Zaboura

Nadia Zaboura is a communication scientist and independent political & communication consultant and evaluator. She is a long-time expert moderator for digitalization, education and democracy as well as chair woman of the Grimme Jury of the German Radio Award.

“For me, mobility of the future means that citizens can move freely, fairly and flexibly at any time – regardless of the means of transport, the social status and the desired destination.”

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Nuri Köse

Nuri Köse

Nuri Köse, 29 years old and father of three children, represents the citizens in the DMP jury. He is from the Lake Constance region and works as a specialist in knowledge and know-how management at ZF. Here he can express his enthusiasm for the mobility of the future and learning in organizations.

“For me, mobility of the future means that mobility must be accessible, comfortable and affordable for everyone at all times, regardless of social class and physical impairment, and that the reduction of emissions and traffic accidents becomes a point of doing. With its innovations, the automotive (supplier) industry is the trendsetter for the mobility of the future and plays a decisive role in the success of this strategy.”