Geert Dewulf was a Visiting Fellow at the Stanford Global Projects Cener, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Technology, and Professor of Planning and Development at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. In 2012-2013, he was the UPS Foundation Visiting Professor at Stanford University. Before he joined Twente University he worked at TNO and Delft University of Technology. He holds a PhD from the University of Utrecht. He was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University in 1990-1991. Geert Dewulf has written numerous publications on Public-Private Partnerships. His research focuses on public private governance issues and strategic planning. He was scientific president of the Dutch Innovation /BSIK program PSIBouw (Dutch Rethinking Construction Agenda), and until 2012 Scientific director of the 3TU (Federation of the Dutch Technical Universities) Center of Expertise on the Built Environment. Recently, Geert Dewulf has been awarded, with Ray Levitt (Stanford) and Mike Garvin (VTT, US), a grant from the US National Science Foundation for a large study on PPPs. He is principal investigator of various NWO (Dutch NSF) and EU research projects.