We leverage technology to promote sustainable behaviour.

We develop data-driven tools to understand and to change human behaviour, with a focus on real-world applications in the energy, sustainability, mobility, and health context.  Information Systems are both a means and an end of our research: We use digital technologies to investigate human behaviour in the real world and we leverage behavioural insights to build more effective Information Systems.


Our research on real-time feedback (“Real-time feedback promotes energy conservation in the absence of volunteer selection bias and monetary incentives”, Tiefenbeck et al. 2019, free read-only access: has been featured in the March issue of Psychologie Heute, the leading Germa...