Dr.-Ing., Professor als Juniorprofessor

Aaron Praktiknjo

Aaron Praktiknjo
Juniorprofessur für Energieressourcen- und Innovationsökonomik


Building: E.ON ERC

Room: 0.08

Mathieustr. 10

52074 Aachen


Phone: +49 241 80 49691
Fax: +49 241 80 649870

Office Hours

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Aaron Praktiknjo has been an Assistant Professor ("Juniorprofessor") of Energy Resource and Innovation Economics at RWTH Aachen University since October 2015. Before joining RWTH Aachen, he was a team leader and lecturer at the Institute for Energy Engineering, TU Berlin, and served as a consultant for national and international agencies and companies. After studying industrial and civil engineering, Aaron Praktiknjo completed a PhD on the topic of energy supply security at the Chair of Energy Systems at TU Berlin, graduating in 2013 with highest honors. Aaron Praktiknjo has received awards for his research from the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) and the European Energy Exchange (EEX).

Research Interests

  • Energy Economics
  • Energy Supply Security
  • Design and Modeling of Energy Markets

Selected Publications

  • Erdmann, G.; Zweifel, P.; Praktiknjo, A. (erscheinend): Energy Economics. Buchveröffentlichung im Springer-Verlag.
  • Praktiknjo, A. (2014): Stated Preferences based Estimation of Power Interruption Costs in Private Households: An Example from Germany. In: Energy, 76, 82-90.
  • Praktiknjo, M.; Praktiknjo, A. (2014): The Economic and Social Design of the Water Supply in the Metropolitan Area of Jakarta. In: Chemical Engineering Transactions, 42.
  • Praktiknjo, A. (2013): Sicherheit der Elektrizitätsversorgung - Das Spannungsfeld von Wirtschaftlichkeit und Umweltverträglichkeit. Buchveröffentlichung im Springer-Verlag.
  • Heinz, B., Graeber, M., Praktiknjo, A. (2013): The Diffusion Process of Stationary Fuel Cells in a Two-Sided Market Economy. In: Energy Policy, 61, 1556-1567.
  • Praktiknjo, A.; Hähnel, A.; Erdmann, G. (2011): Assessing Energy Supply Security - Outage Cost in Private Households. In: Energy Policy, 39, 7825-7833.