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    University of Leipzig

    The university of Leipzig was founded in 1409, making it one of the oldest universities in Germany. Now, it consists of 14 faculties with 128 institutes. 35,000 persons research, teach and study at UL. The university offers 136 study programs, and 5,686 doctoral candidates are registered. The university focuses its research expertise in Top-Level Research Areas. On its ambitious path to becoming a European top-level university and internationally recognized seat of research and
    learning for young scholars the University draws on an extensive range of subject areas in science and humanities. At UL, students can acquire degrees at various levels in almost all fields of academia. Most study programs are taught in German, with the number of English and foreign-language study programs steadily increasing. Furthermore, UL is involved in many mobility programs of students and researchers. The University of Leipzig is the applicant and coordinator of the project. It participates in this project with two departments: (1) Innovation Management and innovation Economics and (2) the Chair of Management Science and Service Management.

    Project Manager

    Prof. Dr. Thorsten Posselt
    Director, Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe - Professor for Innovation, Management and Economics

    Fraunhofer MOEZ
    Neumarkt 9-19, 04109 Leipzig

    Phone: +49 341 23 10 39 100

    Fax: +49 341 23 10 39 190

    thorsten.posselt@moez.fraunhofer.de


    Executive Director for Europe

    Dr. Anna Trifilova
    Project Coordinator; Researcher, Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe; Researcher for Innovation, Management and Economics, University of Leipzig

    University of Leipzig
    Grimmaische Straße 12, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: + 49 341 231 039 162

    Fax: + 49 341 231 093 20 162

    anna.trifilova@uni-leipzig.de


    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management / Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC)

    HHL, founded in 1889, is the oldest business school in Germany and is today considered one of the leading business schools. The excellence of its programs (MSc, MBA, EMBA) has been proven by several rankings. As a state-recognized university with the right to award doctorates and post-doctoral lecture qualifications, HHL aims for the highest quality. HHL was the first private business school in Germany to be accredited by AACSB International, the prestigious accreditation agency for business schools worldwide. The participating department is the Center of Leading Innovation and Cooperation (CLIC) with a long tradition in innovation management teaching and research. This research has been so far supported by many sources of third-party funds such as the federal ministry of education and research in Germany, research foundations, and local industry. In addition, excellence in research and teaching are facilitated by CLIC’s network of local and international partners.

    Project Supervisor

    Prof. Dr. Ralf Reichwald
    Academic Director, Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC)

    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
    Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC) Jahnallee 59, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: +49 341 9851-860

    Mobile: +49 171 33 26 535

    Fax: +49 341 9851-867

    reichwald@hhl.de


    Project Supervisor

    Prof. Dr. Kathrin Möslein
    Academic Director, Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC)

    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
    Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC) Jahnallee 59, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: +49 341 9851-860

    Mobile: +49 151 24 11 27 79

    Fax: +49 341 9851-867

    kathrin.moeslein@hhl.de


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Hagen Habicht
    Executive Director, Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC)

    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
    Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC) Jahnallee 59, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: +49 341 9851-860

    Mobile: +49 151 404 33 100

    Fax: +49 341 9851-867

    hagen.habicht@hhl.de


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Vivek K. Velamuri
    Schumpeter Junior Professor of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer

    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
    Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC) Jahnallee 59, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: +49 341 9851 753

    Mobile: +49 176 20308086

    vivek.velamuri@hhl.de


    Project Associate

    Katja Trescher
    Team Assistant, Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC)

    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
    Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation (CLIC) Jahnallee 59, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: +49 341 9851 860

    Fax: +49 341 9851 867

    katja.trescher@hhl.de


    Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe

    The Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe (MOEZ) is the strategic partner of industry, research, and politics for networking and collaborations with policy makers in Central and Eastern European growth markets. As experts for innovation and network management, strategy development and research marketing, MOEZ develops research-based, holistic solutions – from potential analysis to the conception and realization of customized business models all the way
    to knowledge and technology transfer. MOEZ carries out continual analysis of markets and innovation systems worldwide, in particular Central and Eastern Europe, thus creating a reliable basis of information concerning many economic regions.

    Project Manager

    Prof. Dr. Thorsten Posselt
    Director, Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe - Professor for Innovation, Management and Economics

    Fraunhofer MOEZ
    Neumarkt 9-19, 04109 Leipzig

    Phone: +49 341 23 10 39 100

    Fax: +49 341 23 10 39 190

    thorsten.posselt@moez.fraunhofer.de


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Nizar Abdelkafi
    Senior Researcher, Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe

    Fraunhofer MOEZ
    Neumarkt 9-19, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Phone: +49 341 23 10 39 143

    Mobile Phone: +49 157 75 33 97 82

    Fax: +49 341 23 10 39 20 143

    nizar.abdelkafi@moez.fraunhofer.de


    Project Researcher

    Romy Hilbig
    Research Fellow Business Models and Services

    Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe
    Neumarkt 9-19, 04109 Leipzig

    Phone: +49 341 231039-158

    Fax: +49 341 23103920-158

    romy.hilbig@moez.fraunhofer.de


    Project Assistant

    Mandy Bollinger
    Scientific Assistant to the Project Coordinator

    Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe
    Neumarkt 9-19, 04109 Leipzig

    mandy.bollinger@moez.fraunhofer.de


    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

    The University of Applied Sciences of Weihenstephan-Triesdorf currently consists of 7 scientific departments, including biotechnology, agriculture, forestry and horticulture. Several professors and scientific researchers are dealing with aspects of biogenic renewable resources from an agricultural, technological, processing, economic and social point of view. In this context research is carried out concerning the material and energetic use of renewable resources. Since 2001, HSWT is active in the Straubing Centre of Science. The Chair of Marketing and Management of Biogenic Resources
    is located in this Centre. Among others the Chair focuses on the “role of new technologies (e.g. biotechnology, renewable resources)” as well as on “systems of innovation and management of innovations”. For example: The projects “Consumer acceptance of functional bakery products” and “Traditional European Union Food” had a look on the innovations on the food sector.

    Project Supervisor

    Prof. Dr. Klaus Menrad
    Head of the Chair of Marketing and Management of Biogenic Resources

    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences, Chair of Marketing and Management of Biogenic Resources
    Schulgasse 16, 94315 Straubing

    Phone: +49 94 21 – 18 72 00

    Fax: +49 94 21 – 18 72 11

    k.menrad@wz-straubing.de


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Thomas Decker
    Research Associate of the Chair of Marketing and Management of Biogenic Resources

    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences, Chair of Marketing and Management of Biogenic Resources
    Schulgasse 16, 94315 Straubing

    Phone: +49 94 21 – 18 71 14

    Phone: +49 94 21 – 18 71 14

    t.decker@wz-straubing.de


    University of Exeter

    Business has been one of the cornerstones of the University of Exeter since it was founded. 1997 saw the School of Business and Economics at the University of Exeter emerge as an international Business School and in 2008 the School was renamed simply the Business School. The school has grown year on year, both in size and stature – building our international reputation in teaching and research, and attracting some of the world’s leading business minds to teach the courses. Today, it offers a wide range of business programs for undergraduate, postgraduate and executive students and clients from all over the world. With students from 82 countries, and staff from 18, UNEXE provides a truly
    international business school experience. The courses are informed by some of the very latest thinking in business research. UNEXE provides outstanding facilities and resources in what is said to be one of the UK’s most attractive campus environments.

    Academic Director for Europe

    Prof. Dr. John Bessant
    Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    University of Exeter Business School
    Xfi Centre, Rennes Drive, Exeter UK EX4 4ST

    Phone: + 44 1392 723 233

    Fax: + 44 1392 722 525

    j.bessant@exeter.ac.uk


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Allen T. Alexander
    Senior Lecturer in Innovation

    University of Exeter Business School
    Xfi Centre, Rennes Drive, Exeter UK EX4 4ST

    Phone: + 44 7870 237 232

    A.T.Alexander@exeter.ac.uk


    MINES ParisTech

    MPT is a leading actor in French innovation system, due to high level of industrial research contracts, its investments in educating innovation (MSc. and PhDs) and research program on innovation management. Since 1994, the design and innovation team has initiated a novel education program on Innovative Design that has been applied in several French and foreign Engineering Schools and a research program, that has led to some groundbreaking results: C-K theory, by Hatchuel & Weil, which shows that creative design reasoning results from a rigorous but unexpected rationality. In the chair of Design Theory and Methods for innovation of MPT, it supports today a rigorous teaching of creative design, the development of new methods and organizaton in the industry and it is at the basis of an ambitious research program on creative design activities with two main axis: 1. Formal models of design and experimental approaches; 2. The management of Innovative design and collaborative innovation.

    Project Supervisor

    Prof. Dr. Pascal Le Masson
    Professor at MINES ParisTech, Chair of Design Theory and Methods for Innovation

    CGS – MINES ParisTech
    60 boulevard Saint-Michel, 75272 PARIS Cedex 06

    Phone: +33 1 40 51 92 21

    lemasson@ensmp.fr


    Project Supervisor

    Dr. Marine Agogué
    Post-doc at MINES ParisTech, Chair of Design Theory and Methods for Innovation

    CGS – MINES ParisTech
    60 boulevard Saint-Michel, 75272 PARIS Cedex 06

    Phone: +33 6 72 77 01 51

    marine.agogue@mines-paristech.fr


    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis

    ENIT is the leading engineering school in Tunisia. It has 5 departments and offers 7 different engineering curricula’s (Civil, Mechanical, Industrial, Electrical, Computers, Telecommunications and Hydraulics and environment). Besides 1300 students enrolled in Engineering, ENIT has 1200 post graduate students in different engineering fields (700 enrolled in Master programs and 500 in PhD programs). ENIT runs also continuous and long life courses. The research activity in the
    school covers all fields of engineering; it is led by 17 research units and 4 research laboratories.
    ENIT has courses in Entrepreneurship, management of technology, management of innovation and lately a workshop aiming to develop creativity skills and methodology has been introduced.

    Project Supervisor

    Prof. Chiheb Bouden
    Marketing & E-business faculty, Industrial Engineering Department

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 874 700

    Mobile: + 216 98 270 905

    Fax: + 216 71 872 729

    chiheb.bouden@enit.rnu.tn


    Academic Director for Tunisia

    Prof. Ridha Ben Cheikh
    Professor at the Industrial Engineering Departement of ENIT

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 874 700 ext. 517

    Fax: + 216 71 872 729

    ridha.bencheikh@enit.rnu.tn


    Executive Director for Tunisia

    Anis Allagui
    Marketing & E-business faculty, Industrial Engineering Department

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 871 092

    Mobile: + 216 98 33 90 50

    Fax: + 216 71 872 729

    anis.allagui@enit.rnu.tn


    Project Researcher

    Aida Besbes
    Economic & Management Faculty, Industrial Engineering Department

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 874 700

    Mobile: + 216 98 670 429

    Fax: + 216 71 872 729

    aida_besbes@yahoo.fr


    Project Researcher

    Wyssal Abbassi, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Marketing and Management, Coordinator of the Master of Business Setup & Innovation Management

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: +96 560 950 575

    wyssal.abbassi@gmail.com


    Project Researcher

    Haifa Grira, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Economics

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 874 700

    Mobile: + 216 23 135 621

    Fax: + 216 71 872 729

    Hayfa.Grira@malix.univ-paris1.fr


    Project Researcher

    Helmi Ben Rejeb, Ph.D.
    Assistant professor in industrial engineering

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 874 700 Extension 551

    Fax: + 216 71 872 729

    Helmi.BenRejeb@enit.rnu.tn


    Project Researcher

    Wafa Belkahla Hakimi
    Assistante

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 22 551 971 / + 216 58 337 558

    wbelkahlahakimi@yahoo.fr


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Fatma Siala Guermazi
    Associate Professor in Economics

    École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Université Tunis El Manar
    BP 37, Le Belvédère 1002 Tunis

    Phone: + 216 71 884 757 / + 216 97 447 362

    Fatmasialag@gmail.com


    École Sup. des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales de Tunis

    ESSEC, management school, is part of the University of Tunis and offers 8 master programs. The school brings together research teams from the fields of business administration and informatics, while pooling the resources of ESSEC and ISG, a higher education institute of management. Doctoral school of the university of Tunis has three laboratories: (1) Laboratory of Operations research, decision & process control, and (2) Laboratory of Business & Economic statistics modeling (3) Laboratory of interdisciplinary research on mutations economies and firms. In addition, there are 8 units of research with focus on marketing, Finance, quantitative analysis & optimization, communication, economics, international management, sustainable development, and innovation. In addition, the school has almost 400 PhD students working on a plethora of topics. ESSEC still does not offer a master program in innovation management and plans to allocate more resources to this field in the future.

    Projekt Supervisor

    Zeineb Ben Ammar Mamlouk
    Professor at University of Tunis – ESSEC

    École Sup. des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales de Tunis
    4, rue Abou Zakaria El Hafsy, 1089 Montfleury

    Phone: + 216 71 334 190

    Fax: + 216 71 333 518

    zeinebbenammar@yahoo.fr


    Project Researcher

    Dr. Olfa Kammoun
    Associate Professor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    École Sup. des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales de Tunis
    4, rue Abou Zakaria El Hafsy, 1089 Montfleury

    Phone: + 216 99 414 666

    Fax: + 216 71 333 518

    olfakammoun@yahoo.fr


    Project Researcher

    Amène Khalifa
    Assistant Master

    École Sup. des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales de Tunis
    4, rue Abou Zakaria El Hafsy, 1089 Montfleury

    Phone: + 216 28 374 749

    Mobile: + 216 97 928 885

    Fax: + 216 71 333 518

    amen_kh@yahoo.fr


    Project Researcher

    Abdelhamid Abidi
    Assistant Master

    École Sup. des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales de Tunis
    4, rue Abou Zakaria El Hafsy, 1089 Montfleury

    Phone: + 216 72 232 210

    Mobile: + 216 92 692 674

    Fax: + 216 72 232 144

    abdelhamidabidi@yahoo.fr


    Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Carthage

    IHEC is a leading management institute in Tunisia; it is the first Tunisian academic institution for management education and business administration studies; it was founded in 1942. The academic degrees of IHEC are very solicited by the local economy. In addition, the institute could establish a large network of companies and partner universities during the years. IHEC offers four master programs focused on research and seven master programs with a professional orientation.
    There are in total six departments at the institute: Management, Economics, Finance, Law, Accounting, and Quantitative Methods. One of the principles of IHEC is to continuously develop its study programs according to the economic requirements, while providing a solid academic education. Innovation management is a field that IHEC wants to develop intensively during the next years. Thus, this project complies with the strategic visions of IHEC.

    Project Supervisor

    Slim Khalbous
    Dean of IHEC Carthage; Docteur en sciences de Gestion, Paris Dauphine

    Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Carthage
    Carthage Présidence-2016 Tunis

    Mobile: + 216 24 248 081

    Fax: + 216 71 775 944

    slim.khalbous@gnet.tn


    Project Researcher

    Olfa Zeribi
    Professeur ès Sciences de Gestion; Docteur en sciences de Gestion, Rennes

    Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Carthage
    Carthage Présidence-2016 Tunis

    Mobile: + 216 22 582 067

    Fax: + 216 71 775 944

    zeribi.olfa@gmail.com


    Project Researcher

    Houda Ghozzi
    Maître assistante IHEC Carthage; Docteur en sciences de Gestion, Paris Dauphine

    Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Carthage
    Carthage Présidence-2016 Tunis

    Mobile: + 216 20 554 462

    Fax: + 216 71 775 944

    houdaghozzi@yahoo.fr


    Project Researcher

    Mohja Kammoun
    Assistante, Département gestion, IHEC Carthage

    Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Carthage
    Carthage Présidence-2016 Tunis

    Mobile: + 216 27 830 308

    K_mohja@yahoo.fr


    Ministry of Education- l’Agence Nationale de Promotion de la Recherche scientifique

    ANPRI is a governmental agency under the authority of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. It aims to bring research the closest to the technological needs of industry and to support the competitiveness of the economy by installing a sustainable innovation process. Promoting research means supporting world class qualified research and introducing partnership-based research leading to needs-driven research. Promoting Innovation means helping companies to install built-in innovation process capabilities and improving permeability between academia and professional worlds by enabling valorization and transfer process and encouraging mobility at both sides. ANPRI has been given a crucial role to interface the key institutional players giving body to the growing National Innovation System. The major key players are working mainly under, on one hand, the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and, on the other hand, Ministry of Industry and Technology.

    Project Supervisor

    Prof. Dr. Bahri Rezig
    General Director of National Agency for Research Promotion; National Project Manager of PASRI

    Site : 50 AV. Mohamed V. – 1002 Tunis, Tunisia
    PO Box : B.P N° 177 Tunis Belvédère 1002

    Phone: + 216 71 834 855

    Mobile: + 216 97 673 953

    Fax: + 216 71 834 855

    dg.anpr@anpr.rnu.tn


    Project Mananger

    Memya Cherif


    National Agency for Research Promotion
    Site : 50 AV. Mohamed V. – 1002 Tunis, Tunisia | PO Box : B.P N° 177 Tunis Belvédère 1002

    Phone: + 216 71 834 855

    Mobile: + 216 97 659 934

    Fax: + 216 71 834 855

    memya.cherif@anpr.rnu.tn


    Centre Internernational des Technologies de l’environnement de Tunis

    Since its creation in June 1996, CITET, a public institution and part of the Ministry of Environment and sustainable development, has been committed to develop Tunisian qualifications for a better mastery of environmental technologies in order to ensure a sustainable development in Tunisia and in the Arab and Mediterranean region. It plays a fundamental role in environmental upgrading of enterprises to fulfill national and international standards and enhance their competitiveness. Among others, CITE’s core missions are providing technical assistance to enterprises in setting up environmental management systems and streamlining, transfer, and innovation of eco-technologies and promotion of clean technologies.

    Project Supervisor

    Amel Jrad
    Directeur General, Centre International des Technologies de l’environnement de Tunis

    Centre Internernational des Technologies de l’environnement de Tunis
    Boulvard Yasser Arafat, 1080, charguia, Tunis, Tunisie

    Phone: + 216 71 206 632

    Fax: + 216 71 206 655

    dg@citet.nat.tn


    Project Mananger

    Fadhel Mhiri
    Directeur, Transfert et innovation technologique au Centre International des Technologies de l’environnement de Tunis

    Centre Internernational des Technologies de l’environnement de Tunis
    Boulvard Yasser Arafat, 1080, charguia, Tunis, Tunisie

    Phone: + 216 71 206 482

    Fax : +216 71 206 642

    recherche@citet.nat.tn


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