Kerstin Stark has been working at the Institute for Transport Research since October 2017. In the Department of Mobility and Urban Development, she is working in the research group Automated Driving and Emerging Mobility Concepts, focusing on the effects and framework conditions of automated and networked driving.
Before coming to DLR, she was a doctoral fellow of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in the research cluster "Transformation Research" and affiliated with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt. In her dissertation in the field of urban planning at the University of Kassel, she deals with the emergence of mobility disadvantages and the conditions for socially acceptable and ecologically sustainable mobility.
Her research at DLR focuses on transport and social effects and requirements in connection with innovations and future mobility offers. Her methodological and methodological focus lies in the area of qualitative social research, with a focus on participatory methods, surveys and mixed-method approaches.
An overview of all publications by Kerstin Stark that have been produced at DLR can be found on the DLR publication server elib.