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Prof. Dr. Markus Hackenfort

Prof. Dr. Markus Hackenfort

Prof. Dr. Markus Hackenfort
ZHAW School of Applied Psychology
Section for Traffic, Safety and Environmental Psychology
Pfingstweidstrasse 96
8005 Zürich

+41 (0) 58 934 83 73
markus.hackenfort@zhaw.ch

Personal profile

Management role

  • Programme Director, CAS Subject Teacher for Traffic
  • Head, Traffic, Safety & Environmental Psychology

Position at the ZHAW

Lecturer of Quantitative Methods, Experimental Psychology, Traffic Psychology, BSc-Colloquium; Responsible for the Modules Traffic Psychology, Social Psychology, Sociology

https://www.zhaw.ch/de/psychologie/forschung/verkehrs-sicherheits-und-umweltpsychologie/

Expertise and research interests

2014-2017 – Funding of ZHAW to build up a competence center in energy research; main focus: human factors in energy efficient mobility behavior
2013- present Evaluation of in-city-areas without crosswalks (funded by the Swiss Federal Roads Office)
2012- 2015 (3 years) «Negawatt statt Megawatt»: Interdisciplinary research for energy efficiency in SME (funded by BFE, WWF, EKZ)
2010-2012 Evaluation of a crash prevention program with fear arousing appeals (funded by the Ministry of Interior of North Rhine-Westphalia)

Educational background

2008 Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Duisburg-Essen

1997-2002 Studies: Teacher for Psychology & Social Pedagogy

Professional milestones

2013 Head of Section Traffic-, Safety & Environmental Psychology, Dept. Applied Psychology
since 2009 Consultant, 2011 Lecturer, 2013 Professor at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences
2007-2009 Self-employed Development, Application & Evaluation of Work- & Traffic-Safety-Programs for Enterprises and the Police
2002-2007 Research Assistant at the Universities of Duisburg-Essen & Wuppertal

Membership of networks

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Publications and conference contributions

Books and editorships

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    Verkehrslenkung mit Hilfe strassenseitig dargestellter Reisezeitinformation zur Beeinflussung der Netzauslastung

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    Bern: Bundesamt für Strassen. Peer reviewed.