Teaching associate professor, Teaching Associate Professor
Rolighedsvej 23, 1958 Frederiksberg C
Robin Engelhardt works at the Department of Food and Resource Economics (IFRO). His academic background is a Ph.D. in Mathematical Biology and Complex Systems from the Niels Bohr Institute, and a B.A. in Comparative European Literature from the University of Copenhagen. Robin Engelhardt has worked as an interdisciplinary science educator, as a science writer for various Danish newspapers, and as a game designer.
Robin's research focuses on computational social science, social cognition and most recently on the design of online experiments and games. Homepage: robinengelhardt.me
Robin can best be reached through mail or by telephone, +45/26300403.
Possible Conflicts of Interest
Other than working as a science journalist and editor at various Danish newspapers and magazines my employers have all been not-for-profit universities. I have never accepted personal gifts or payments from a manufacturer of a drug, a device, or any other commercial product. However, I have received research grants (or benefited from research grants received by others) from: The Carlsberg Foundation, Trygfonden, Knud Højgaards Fond, The Danish Ministry of Children and Education, The European Union (e-Ten, IST, and others), The Danish University of Education (now The University of Aarhus), and the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Once in a while I do receive salaries for lectures given, for example from F.L.Smidth, The Danish Society of Engineers, The Velux Foundation, and various folk high schools. I have been a paid judge at FDB’s Green Idea Prize. I own a small one-man company that occasionally develops learning games and teaching materials via public funding.