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David Wodak attained Master's degrees in Information Management from TiSEM and Data Science & Society from TSHD. David is currently a PhD candidate in the Information Systems & Operations Management department at TiSEM.  His research focuses on the digitalization of Critical Infrastructures, Digital Twins, and exploring the role of Inter-organizational IT governance in helping Critical infrastructures organize themselves as a 'System-of-Systems' in which they operate as one centralized infrastructure entity. In his research, David employs a diverse array of research methodologies, including Grounded Theory, Design Science, Case Studies, and Lab Experiments.

Research interests

David Wodak is a member of the VIA AUGUSTA research group, which focuses on the complex challenges Critical Infrastructures face, including urbanization, digitalization, energy transition, climate change, and sustainability. They aim to develop effective strategies for infrastructure managers to operate in a coordinated 'system-of-systems' approach, balancing enhanced coordination and collaboration with precise task specification and allocation, while also leveraging digitalization for efficient data sharing and addressing governance challenges.

Education/Academic qualification

Master’s Degree, Data Science and Society, Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences

Award Date: 24 Jun 2022

Master’s Degree, Information Management , Tilburg University School of Economics and Management (TiSEM)

Award Date: 14 Jan 2021


  • Governance
  • System of Systems
  • Digitalization
  • Data Governance
  • IT Governance
  • Ecosystems
  • Networks
  • Cross-sectoral Collaboration


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