Etiënne Rouwette lectures on empirical research methods and group decision support methods such as facilitated modeling, multiple scenario development and Electronic Meeting Systems. His research interests include group decision making processes and their effect on participants’ attitudes and behavior. Etiënne is a co-supervisor of the faculty’s decision rooms. He currently supervises Ph.D. researchers interested in negotiation, the use od decision aids in health care, and modeling health care, cybersecurity, and the circular economy. As part of this research, Etiënne participated in and conducted a large number of research projects in profit and non-profit organizations. Etiënne is Past President of the System Dynamics Society.