The ISIconsult Team

Dr. René John

Social scientist, managing associate. Professional expertise in the fields of innovation and social change, social commitment, organizational research and gender studies. Methodological competence in qualitative and quantitative social research.

Dr. René John

Social scientist, managing associate. Professional expertise in the fields of innovation and social change, social commitment, organizational research and gender studies. Methodological competence in qualitative and quantitative social research.

Prof. Dr. Melanie Jaeger-Erben

Psychologist and sociologist, associate. Professor for “Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research” at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the TU Berlin. Expertise in consumer research, change of social practices, social science technology research and material culture. Methodological competencies in qualitative social research, mixed methods and transdisciplinarity.

Melanie Jäger-Erben

Dr. Melanie Jaeger-Erben

Melanie Jäger-Erben

Psychologist and sociologist, associate. Professor for “Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research” at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the TU Berlin. Expertise in consumer research, change of social practices, social science technology research and material culture. Methodological competencies in qualitative social research, mixed methods and transdisciplinarity.

Prof. Dr. Jana Rückert-John

Social scientist, associate. Holder of the professorship “Sociology of Food” at the University of Fulda. Speaker of the DGS-Section “Sociology of Agriculture, Agriculture and Nutrition”. Membership in the DGS-Section “Environmental Sociology”, the Consumer Sociology of the European Sociological Association (ESA) and Chair of the “Network Nutrition Culture”. Expertise in the fields of environmental sociology, sustainable consumption and nutrition, and gender research. Methodological competencies in quantitative and qualitative social research and statistics.

Prof. Dr. Jana Rückert-John

Social scientist, associate. Holder of the professorship “Sociology of Food” at the University of Fulda. Speaker of the DGS-Section “Sociology of Agriculture, Agriculture and Nutrition”. Membership in the DGS-Section “Environmental Sociology”, the Consumer Sociology of the European Sociological Association (ESA) and Chair of the “Network Nutrition Culture”. Expertise in the fields of environmental sociology, sustainable consumption and nutrition, and gender research. Methodological competencies in quantitative and qualitative social research and statistics.

Dr. Melanie Kröger

Social scientist. Research assistant at the Eberswalde University of Applied Sciences for Sustainable Development (HNEE). Project manager “Waste avoidance in private households”. Specialist expertise in the fields of sustainable agriculture, sustainable consumption, organic farming, multifunctionality of rural areas and gender studies as well as interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research. Methodological competencies in qualitative social research.

Dr. Birgit Peuker

Sociologist, projects: Civic commitment to social-ecological renewal, environmental policy support and promotion strategies to strengthen social-ecological forms of coexistence and public welfare orientation, professional expertise in the fields of environmental and technical sociology, social movements, discourse and network analysis, practical theories. Methodological competencies in both qualitative and quantitative social research.

Dr. Melanie Kröger

Social scientist. Research assistant at the Eberswalde University of Applied Sciences for Sustainable Development (HNEE). Project manager “Waste avoidance in private households”. Specialist expertise in the fields of sustainable agriculture, sustainable consumption, organic farming, multifunctionality of rural areas and gender studies as well as interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research. Methodological competencies in qualitative social research.

Dr. Birgit Peuker

Sociologist, projects: Civic commitment to social-ecological renewal, environmental policy support and promotion strategies to strengthen social-ecological forms of coexistence and public welfare orientation, professional expertise in the fields of environmental and technical sociology, social movements, discourse and network analysis, practical theories. Methodological competencies in both qualitative and quantitative social research.

Theresa Martens, M.A.

Human geographer, member of the working group Geography and Gender, projects: “Expanding Horizons – Changing Perspectives Developing Strategies to Promote the Transfer of Scientific Research Results to Agglomeration-Far Spaces”, “Gender Aspects of Needs in Urban Space”. Expertise in spatial and urban research as well as in spatial gender and sexuality research. Methodological competencies in both qualitative and quantitative social research.

Johanna Ritter, M.A.

Social economist. Trained journalist. Project “Sociological determinants of waste avoidance, SoBAV”; Expertise in social economics, economic sociology, socio-ecological research, sustainable management and consumption, economic valuation practices and socio-ecological transformation; methodological competence in qualitative and quantitative social research, in particular qualitative interviews, content analysis, grounded theory, conception of surveys and evaluation of data sets with the help of statistical software.

Theresa Martens, M.A.

Human geographer, member of the working group Geography and Gender, projects: “Expanding Horizons – Changing Perspectives Developing Strategies to Promote the Transfer of Scientific Research Results to Agglomeration-Far Spaces”, “Gender Aspects of Needs in Urban Space”. Expertise in spatial and urban research as well as in spatial gender and sexuality research. Methodological competencies in both qualitative and quantitative social research.

Johanna Ritter, M.A.

Social economist. Trained journalist. Project “Sociological determinants of waste avoidance, SoBAV”; Expertise in social economics, economic sociology, socio-ecological research, sustainable management and consumption, economic valuation practices and socio-ecological transformation; methodological competence in qualitative and quantitative social research, in particular qualitative interviews, content analysis, grounded theory, conception of surveys and evaluation of data sets with the help of statistical software.

Elias John, B.Sc.

Computer scientist, software developer. Projects: easytranscript, Serious Game based programming platform playandcode.de, PAS. Professional expertise in the areas of web and desktop development (backend and frontend), database design and administration, server administration, continuous integration and deployment as well as serious games. Methodical competencies in quantitative and qualitative research as well as statistics.

Marlene Münsch, M.Sc.

Psychologist. Research associate in the project “Sociological determinants of waste avoidance, SoBAV”. Expertise in the fields of sustainable consumption, consumer behaviour and consumer trends. Methodological competence in quantitative and qualitative research methods such as surveys, focus groups, interviews and behavioural economic experiments.

Elias John, B.Sc.

Computer scientist, software developer. Projects: easytranscript, Serious Game based programming platform playandcode.de, PAS. Professional expertise in the areas of web and desktop development (backend and frontend), database design and administration, server administration, continuous integration and deployment as well as serious games. Methodical competencies in quantitative and qualitative research as well as statistics.

Marlene Münsch, M.Sc.

Psychologist. Research associate in the project “Sociological determinants of waste avoidance, SoBAV”. Expertise in the fields of sustainable consumption, consumer behaviour and consumer trends. Methodological competence in quantitative and qualitative research methods such as surveys, focus groups, interviews and behavioural economic experiments.