Associate professor at GEM in Energy Management, Technology and Strategy. He got a master's in aerospace engineering from Delft University of Technology. However, the sky has limits and he went to work for a sustainability resultancy in Amsterdam. He then worked at the University of Maryland's Center for Integrative Environmental Research. He came to France three years later and embarked on an academic track as a PhD student with GEM’s Energy Team, where he’s stayed ever since. At GEM, Mark teaches quantitative methods, sustainability, and systems thinking. He researches ways to promote energy transition. He lives in Grenoble with his wife and two children and loves to bike and hike.