People * Academic * Research Fellows * Management Professor Petra Ahrweiler PhD * Home * Research * Publications * Professional * Teaching * Collaborators My Photograph Contact Details: Title Professor of Innovation and Tech Mgt Address Innovation Research Unit Ucd Casl Belfield Office Park Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 Telephone: Ext. 5367 Email: ei.dcu@reliewrhA.arteP Title Professor of Technology and Innovation Management Address School of Business Michael Smurfit School of Business Carysfort Avenue Blackrock Telephone: +353 1 716 5367 Fax: +353 1 716 5396 Email: ei.dcu@reliewrhA.arteP Homepage: Web Page Title Research Affiliate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Address School of Business Research Affiliate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Engineering Systems Division 5 Cambridge Center Cambridge, Ma 02142, U.S.A Email: ude.tim@liewrhap Homepage: Web Page Biography: Petra Ahrweiler is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business, Founding Director of UCD´s Innovation Research Unit IRU, and a Research Affiliate of the Engineering Systems Division at MIT, USA. She studied Social Sciences at the University of Hamburg finishing with her Ph.D. in the area of Science and Technology Studies at the Free University Berlin. Since her habilitation thesis at the University of Bielefeld on innovation dynamics in knowledge societies she worked as a Heisenberg Fellow of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG and as a Professor at the Social Sciences Department Social Sciences, University of Hamburg in Germany, before coming to UCD in 2007. Petra Ahrweiler has long experience as principal investigator of international projects on research and innovation networks, e.g. the EU projects on Simulating Self-Organizing Innovation Networks (SEIN), on Network Models, Governance, and R&D Collaboration Networks (NEMO), or on Managing Emerging Technologies for Economic Impact (ManETEI). She holds various research awards and is a member of a number of advisory boards of technology policy and social aspects of new technologies in both governmental and academic organisations such as DG INFSO of the European Commission.
Innovation Research Unit
Belfield Office Park
Clonskeagh, Dublin 4
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