DELFIN - Services for Electric Mobility

  • Contact:

    Carola Stryja, Peter Hottum, Niklas Kühl


DELFIN is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the funding code number 02K12A001 and part of the BMBF initiative "National Platform on Electric Mobility”. The project aims at developing strategies and concepts for innovative value-added services in electric mobility and provides technology-based support activities to supplement market and user-oriented perspectives. Therefore, the project is geared towards the objectives stated in the "National Platform on Electric Mobility” and supports them with the development of service-related issues and action plans. Networking within the BMBF supported projects in the context of the BMBF initiative Service Innovation in Electric Mobility is one of DELFIN’s major objectives as well as the coordination of the exchange processes between science and industry.

DELFIN’s goals are

  • Scientific screening and evaluation of the electric mobility related initiatives – funded or non-funded-– focusing on the role of services
  • Interconnection and integration of the issue-areas as addressed in the BMBF's Announcement "Service Innovation for Electric Mobility" and networking within funded projects
  • Continuous collection and processing of current project results
  • Implementation of the results in national and international initiatives
  •  Consultation of the “National Platform on Electric Mobility” with regard to service-related topics

With the DELFIN project KSRI focuses on information technology as a success factor for the implementation and continuity of services in the value creation system electric mobility. A valuation framework for the classification of existing IT-based electric mobility services contributes to the identification, analysis and location of ongoing projects. Analyzing overlaps between different initiatives and identifying thematic deficits will result in the formulation of concrete recommendations for practice and research.




01.09.2013 – 31.03.2018


Fraunhofer IAO FIR RWTH Aachen

Involved DSI Researchers

  • Carola Stryja
  • Peter Hottum
  • Niklas Kühl


Digital nudging to overcome cognitive resistance in innovation adoption decisions
Stryja, C.; Satzger, G.
2019. The service industries journal, 39 (15-16), 1123–1139. doi:10.1080/02642069.2018.1534960
White Spots in Business and IT: An Explorative Study for E-Mobility Services
Martin, D.; Kühl, N.; Stryja, C.; Haude, J.
2018. World Electric Vehicle Journal, 9 (2). doi:10.3390/wevj9020027
Empirische Studie I : Identifizierung von Elektromobilitätsdienstleistungstypen aus dem Atlas mit Data Mining
Kühl, N.; Hunke, F.
2017. Mit Informationstechnologien zu innovativen Dienstleistungen und Geschäftsmodellen in der Elektromobilität : Empirische Studien zu Geschäftsmodellen und IT für Elektromobilitätsdienstleistungen. Hrsg.: C. Stryja, 43–51, Fraunhofer Verlag
White spots in business and IT : An explorative study for e-mobility services
Martin, D.; Kühl, N.; Stryja, C.; Haude, J.
2017. 30th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition, Stuttgart, Germany, 9th - 11th October 2017
A Decision Support System Design to Overcome Resistance towards Sustainable Innovations
Stryja, C.; Satzger, G.; Dorner, V.
2017. Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Guimarães, Portugal, 5th - 10th June 2017, 2885–2895, AIS eLibrary (AISeL)
Entwicklung eines Frameworks zur Beschreibung von Geschäftsmodellen für Elektromobilitätsdienstleistungen
Stryja, C.; Schüritz, R.; Kühl, N.; Hottum, P.; Satzger, G.
2015. Energiesysteme im Wandel: Evolution oder Revolution? 9. Internationale Energiewirtschaftstagung, IEWT, Wien, Österreich, 11 - 13. Februar 2015, 1–17