Dr.-Ing. Christine Eisenmann has headed the Transformation of Automobility group at the Institute of Transport Research of the German Aerospace Center since August 2018. Her research interests include car ownership and use, acceptance of new mobility concepts and technologies (e.g. electromobility, autonomous driving), panel and longitudinal analyses of traffic behavior, and environmental impacts of traffic. Christine Eisenmann studied technical economics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) (2006 to 2012) and worked and received her doctorate at the KIT Institute of Transportation (2012 to 2018). In her doctoral thesis, she was concerned with the microscopic imaging of car usage profiles over longer periods of time. Christine Eisenmann also studied and researched at the University of Iceland, Iceland (2009-2010) and at Virginia Tech, USA (2016).