Sarah Glück

Zeppelin University

Sarah is a PhD researcher at the Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen, Germany, and a Fellow in the EnergyCultures research group, which is interested in the mutual linking of energy with social order and culture (= energy cultures), the search for more sustainable energy cultures, and how such a cultural change can be influenced. Her PhD project is about energy future narratives and the making of Europe, focusing on research and innovation governance processes within the EU. The SET-Plan defines the key priorities of EU energy research funding; hence, SSH topics need to be integrated into those priorities to enable a transition of energy cultures in Europe. Within Energy-SHIFTS she is supporting a workshop on Use of evidence in energy policy: the roles, capacities and expectations of Social Sciences & Humanities (hosted by Anglia Ruskin University and the European University Association).