I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Informatics. I also work in collaboration with the Institute of Economic Research, as well as the Swedish Research School of Management and IT. My research is fully financed by the Swedish Energy Agency.
Academic Interest and Research Project
My primary research interests is electric and connected vehicles, focusing on digital mobility and digital connectivity in the transportation industry. As an emerging industry, the large-scale introduction of electric vehicles is dependent on an efficient market in which the standardization processes connected with electric vehicles are fundamentally important. Understanding the development of standards in the market, and how they can facilitate the realisation of the market by favourable market structures, is central to a successful introduction.
The overall project objective is the development of the Swedish electric car market, by developing knowledge about the role of standardisation as well as business models for different types of players and links to market structures.
My industry experience focuses on development processes of mobile applications and mainframe technologies. So far, I have been involved in mobile application projects such as educational applications, production and project management applications within ERP systems, and in mainframe systems, by focusing specifically on the data error capture concept.
BSc in Information Systems, 2011, State University of New York at Binghamton, United States
BSc in Information Systems Engineering, 2011, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
MSc in Information Systems, 2013, Lund University, Sweden
Deniz, S. & Kehoe, F., 2013. Fostering Innovation: Factors that attract and retain third party developers in mobile ecosystems, Master’s Thesis, Department of Informatics, Lund University.