Consultant, Project manager
Information society, Information and communication technologies, digital divide, broadband gap, regional development, ICT for energy efficiency, smart meter.
Master of Arts in Regional Development from Newcastle University (UK).
Study of Geography, Political Science and Business Administration at Potsdam University (DE) and Utrecht University (NL).
With empirica since 2007. Gregor has been involved in large scale projects including "EU-Latitude - Quality online publishing services for tourism authorities in Europe" and SAVE@Work4Homes which aimed to achieve a very significant reduction in energy consumption in social housing across Europe.
Recent studies he was involved in include the "Study on the development of the Information Society in EU rural development and regional policies" and ICEAC which carried out an analysis of the role of Creativity and Innovation in school curricula and reviewed if and how EU27 Member States are foreseeing Creativity and Innovation in their educational policies.
Since March 2010 Gregor is project manager of the eSESH project (Saving Energy in Social Housing with ICT) running within the European Competitiveness and Innovation Programme coordinating 33 partners from all over Europe. He is also involved in the BECA project (Balanced European Conservation Approach - ICT services for resource saving in social housing).