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Comes, Tina

Research profile

Dr. Tina Comes is Associate Professor on Decision-Making and Information Technology for Resilience in the Department of Engineering Systems and Services at the TU Delft, Netherlands, and Full Professor in Decision-Making & Digitalisation at the University of Maastricht. Dr. Comes is a member of the Norwegian Academy for Technological Sciences. She serves as the Scientific Director of the 4TU.Centre for Resilience Engineering, as Director of the TPM Resilience Lab, and she leads the Disaster Resilience theme for the Delft Global Initiative. She is advising the European Commission as the Chair of the SAPEA Working Group on the Future of Strategic Crisis Management in Europe.

Specialisation and expertise

Dr. Comes’ research focuses on decision-making and information technology for resilience and disaster management. Solidly rooted in this direction, she conducts research on using information and smart technology for better decisions and coordination in complex, volatile and uncertain environments. Grounded in this orientation, she has conducted research with stakeholders and decision-makers in private companies, public authorities and international organizations. This perspective on decision making, resilience and humanitarian response is reflected in more than 100 publications.
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Member type
Higher education
Type of research activities
Applied research, Basic research
Fields of research
Economics and Business, Engineering and technology
English, Dutch


Email address
Phone number
+31 (0)15 278 4459
Postal address
Jaffalaan 5, 2628BX Delft, Netherlands
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