Robert Ruhlandt

Robert Ruhlandt

Innovations Program Fellow
Innovative ways to address organizational, strategic & technical challenges in the urban environment
Robert Ruhlandt is a Ph.D. candidate in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at Stanford University, advised by Professor Ray Levitt. His research focuses on big urban data and digital technologies in cities. He is passionate about innovative ways to address organizational, strategic and technical challenges in the urban environment.

During his time at Bain, Ruhlandt has worked on assignments regarding Strategy, Post Merger Integration, Re-Organization, and Due Diligence for Private Equity firms, industrial & service, and healthcare companies. He holds an M.S. in management science and engineering from Stanford, as well as an M.S. and B.S. in industrial engineering and management from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). He has written his Master thesis about university-driven entrepreneurship ecosystems in the US (Stanford) and Germany (KIT). His previous work experience includes various internships in the investment banking, consulting and automotive industry.