Frederic Vannieuwenborg received a MSc degree in engineering, option Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Ghent University (Belgium) in July 2011. Later that year, at the same university, he joined the Techno-Economics research group within the Internet and Data Lab (IDLab) which is affiliated to imec. A personal research grant of Flemish agency for innovation and entrepreneurship (Vlaio) allowed him to do a PhD on analyzing the impact of smart services via techno-economic modelling. His research focuses on techno-economic aspects such as value-network modelling, impact analyses, cost evaluation, technology choice, barrier detection and multi-actor analyses within the application domains of eCare and mHealth, smart energy, smart dairy farming, Industry 4.0 and IoT in general.
- Vannieuwenborg, F., Tahon, M., Verbrugge, S., Colle, D., Pickavet, M., and Demeester, P.: ‘Deploying charging infrastructure for electric vehicles; viability analyses for municipal and private car parking facility operators’, EJTIR, 2014, 14, (4), pp. 425-448
- Vannieuwenborg, F., Ongenae, F., Demyttenaere, P., Van Poucke, L., Van Ooteghem, J., Verstichel, S., ... & Pickavet, M. (2014). Techno-economic evaluation of an ontology-based nurse call system via discrete event simulations. In 16th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom) (pp. 82-87).
- Vannieuwenborg, F., van Ooteghem, J., Vandenberghe, M., Verbrugge, S., Pickavet, M., and Colle, D.: ‘A methodology for multi-actor evaluation of the impact of eCare services,’. Proc. SSH: IEEE International Workshop on Service Science for eHealth, Healtcom2013 pp. Pages
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