Technical University Munich (Core team) – The focus of research of Konrad Nübel is the construction process management, which considers the complete value chain of construction. Construction process management is a discipline of management and organization combined with the utilized production technology. Prof. Nübel studied civil engineering at the University of Karlsruhe (now KIT) and at the University of Waterloo (Canada). He earned his PhD in geotechnical engineering at KIT. As a scientific assistant he was invited for research stays in Graz, Innsbruck, Prague, Gdansk, Tokyo, and Baton Rouge, in his research area of numerical modelling of granular material behavior. Then he took over several Management positions both in the operative construction industry as well consulting and accompanied construction projects worldwide at the companies Züblin, Bilfinger, Smoltczyk & Partner Consulting as well BAUER Special Foundations. In 2019 he joined TUM as a full professor in Construction Process Management. Prof. Nübel is in the board of the TUM Leonhard Obermeyer Center, which research focus is on the digitalization in the area of built environment, board member of the TUM real estate cluster, Academic Director of the Venture Labs Built Environment, a member of the Construction Committee of the Association of German Engineers (VDI), and an accredited member EU Gaia-X platform development team focusing on Smart Infrastructure Management.