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Team

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Researchers

Lutz Maicher, Juniorprof. Dr
Lutz Maicher
Phone
+49 3641 9-46400
Room 3241
Ernst-Abbe-Platz 1-2
07743 Jena
is the Head of the Technology Transfer Research Group. He is a computer scientist with a strong background in the cross section of innovation and technology. Besides his position at the FSU, he heads the research unit "Competitive Intelligence" at the Fraunhofer IMW. His research areas include the usage of data analytics (data and text mining; as well visual analytics) for applications in competitive intelligence. Prior to joining the Fraunhofer IMW he led the Topic Maps Lab at the University of Leipzig dedicated to flexible data integration and analysis.
 
 
Michael Prilop
Michael Prilop

is a Research Software Engineer at the Technology Transfer Research Group. He is part of the NUCLEUS project team as a software architect and developer. He studied Computer Science at Leipzig University and at the Universidad de La Laguna.
Besides his position at the FSU, he leads the software development at the "Competitive Intelligence" unit at the Fraunhofer IMW. Before that he gained practical experience in Leipzig University's “Topic Maps Lab” and with several international companies.

Robin Recklies
Robin-Recklies
Phone
+49 3641 03641 9-46404
Room 3240
Ernst-Abbe-Platz 1-2
07743 Jena

is a researcher of the Technology Transfer Research Group. He is part of the NUCLEUS project team and works as a process and it-system designer. Robin has a Master of Science in business mathematics from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena. He specialized in Economics and Strategy as well as discrete optimization.

Daniel Schwab
Daniel-Schwab
Phone
+49 3641 03641 9-46404
Ernst-Abbe-Platz 1-2
07743 Jena
is a researcher of the Technology Transfer Research Group. He works as a software developer for the competence map project in cooperation with the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig. Daniel has a diploma degree in computer science from the Technical University of Chemnitz and extensive professional experience in software development.
 
 

Research Assistants

 

Former Team Members

Denisa Gibovic

was the NIR-VANA project coordinator and researcher of the Technology Transfer Research Group. She has extensive professional experience in techbased business and R&D+i project development and management. Denisa has a degree in German and Slavic Studies and Political Science from the University of Vienna, Austria (1999), a Master in International Project Management from the Technical University of Vienna, Austria (2001) as well as a Master in Business Innovation and Technology Management for University of Girona (2008), and an International MBA from the La Salle BES, Ramon Llull University, Barcelona (2015).

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Denise van Osch

was a student assistant of the Technology Transfer Research Group. She worked as an assistant to the group management and assists in creating a new Case Management System. Denise has a master's degree in economics, specializing in Innovation and Change at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.

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Kazimir Menzel

was a  researcher of the Technology Transfer Research Group. He worked as an analyst for the project CAPPA. He currently pursues a master's degree in mathematics, specialising in algorithmics at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.

 
 
Sara-Sophie Scheffer

was a student assistant of the „HoTSpot“ project. She supported Tabea Marx to develop and to realize this project. Sara currently persues a master‘s degree in business adminstation, spezialising in strategy, management and marketing at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.

Sinah Schmid 

was a student assistant of Technology Transfer Research Group until October 2015. She finished her masters degree in the field of intercultural human resources development and communication at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.

Tabea Marx

was the „HoTSpot“ project coordinator. She has a profound professional background in developing structures and teams in innovation projects within small and middle-sized enterprizes and intersectoral cooperations.

Tabea has an advanced engineer’s degree in architecture, a master’s in communication of architecture and is certificated as a Coach and Consultant for developing innovation projects in SME. She studied at the Bauhaus University Weimar, Strathclyde University Glasgow and BTU Cottbus.

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