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Rens Mulder, MSc

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Research interests

Rens Mulder has been working at Telos since 2014. After 2 years of studying Architecture, Building and Planning at Eindhoven University of technology, and the bachelors Sociology and Social Psychology at Tilburg University, Rens graduated from his master Urban Geography at Utrecht University in 2017. 

As a researcher, his main focus is on monitoring sustainable development of cities and regions in The Netherlands, and in Europe. In addition, he is engaged in projects concerning all kinds of sustainability issues, social resilience and urban development. 

External positions

Advisor (BrabantAdvies)

1 Oct 2018 → …


  • Cities
  • Renewable Energy
  • Sustainable Development
  • Sustainability
  • Urban Development

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Research Output 2016 2018

Monitor Sociale Veerkracht 2018

Dagevos, J., Mulder, R., Smeets, R., van der Haar, M., Beyen, C., Blanken, M., Paenen, S., Verhoeven, L., Vermeulen, P. & Vinkx, K., Mar 2018, Tilburg: Het Pon. 23 p.

Research output: Book/ReportReportProfessional

Open Access

Sustainability Framework document for Best in Class Municipality Investment by NV Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten (BNG Bank)

Zoeteman, B. & Mulder, R., Oct 2018, Tilburg: Telos. 66 p.

Research output: Book/ReportReportProfessional

Open Access