Areas of Expertise

  • Critical infrastructure
  • Military mobility
  • German and European foreign and security policy

Short Bio

Jannik Hartmann joined DGAP in January 2023. Since July 2024, he is an associate fellow in its Center for Geopolitics, Geoeconomics, and Technology. Previously, he worked as a project assistant in DGAP’s “Action Group Zeitenwende,” dealing with the implementation and implications of the sea change in German policy proclaimed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz in late February 2022. Hartmann’s research focuses on critical infrastructure and how it can be better equipped to meet today’s evolving threats and standards.

Hartmann studied economics and business administration at Fulda University of Applied Sciences and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia. He is currently continuing his academic path at Sciences Po in Paris in the master’s program in international security.


German, English


[Last updated: July 2024]

Jannik Hartmann




Military Mobility

Getting Germany’s ­Transportation Infrastructure Up to Speed
Jannik Hartmann
Policy Brief

The Zeitenwende Beyond Germany

The Baltic States, Central Europe, France, the Nordic countries, the United Kingdom, and the United States have all reacted to Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine in their own, but often similar ways.

Jannik Hartmann
Kenny Kremer
Jacob Ross
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