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Lennard Sund

Curriculum Vitae

Lennard Sund is a doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Management, Economics, and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne where he conducts research on sustainable mobility under the supervision of Professor Wolfgang Ketter.
Lennard holds a B.Sc. in Economics from Freie Universität Berlin and a M.A. in Economics, Law and Social Sciences from the University of Erfurt.
Lennard was awarded a doctoral scholarship from the Cologne Graduate school in Economics, Management and Social Sciences and started his doctoral studies in October 2021. In his research, he focuses on different aspects of the role that electric vehicles play in the mobility transition, such as adoption and charging coordination. In doing so, Lennard employs a range of methodologies, including econometric analysis, optimization, and simulation experiments. As a Teaching assistant, Lennard teaches ‘Applied Mathematical Optimization’.



  • Sund, Lennard, Saber Talari, and Wolfgang Ketter. “Stochastic Wind Power Generation Planning in Liberalised Electricity Markets within a Heterogeneous Landscape.” Energies 15, no. 21 (2022).