Marie Bemler is a PhD Student at House of Innovation at Stockholm School of Economics (SSE).
Marie’s research focuses on how our expectations of future technology effect our organizations and society at large. Sometimes it feels like we are living as much in the future as we are in the present. Just as we are affected by our history, what has been invested in before, our knowledge and present technology, how we are affected by the expectations and dreams of the future interests her. How does expectations and visions help and challenge organizations and society to fulfill goals and grand challenges? She does her research on self-driving vehicles and how toady’s challenges in organizations, society and technology development is affected by expectations of tomorrows technology.
Marie currently holds a MSc in Engineering with focus on Sociotechnical systems and a BA in the Science of History of Ideas both from Uppsala University. Prior to her PhD studies Marie has 10 years of working experience from Scania, her latest engagement being with development of Advanced Driver Assistant Systems and self-driving vehicles.
Marie is also an affiliated PhD Student at Swedish Center for Digital Innovation and the Integrated Transport Research Lab PhD affiliation program at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
Pernestål, Engholm, Bemler, Gidofalvi, (2021), How Will Digitalization Change Road Freight Transport? Scenarios Tested in Sweden , Sustainability, (13) 1, 304.