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Welcome to the Chair of Technology and Innovation Management

The management of innovations, of new technology development, and new technology portfolios lie at the core of our research and teaching interests. Project management, as the dominant form of organizing for these tasks, plays a fundamental role in our portfolio.

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Our teaching portfolio in the winter term 2020/21


Here, you can find an overview of our teaching portfolio for the winter term 2020/21.

Online Teaching


As in the summer term, Zoom will be used for synchronous classes. Please ensure that you are acquainted with and follow TU Berlin's Netiquette. Information regarding data protection can be found on the website of TU Berlin's data protection officer.

If you would like to get in touch with our research fellows, you will find the different contact options (e-mail, consultation hours) on their respective page under the tab "About us".

OSRAM Industry Spotlight on Innovation Management in the winter term 20/21


The TIM research group is proud to present the first Industry Spotlight on Innovation Management module in cooperation with OSRAM Licht AG. In this course, students will be able to learn and interact with high level executives like Prof. Dr. Olaf Berlien, who's not only OSRAM's CEO, but also a honorary professor at the TIM research group, Dr. Ulrich Eisele,OSRAM Head of Strategy and M&A, and Adarsh Murthy, Business Segment Head, Digital Industry. This course combines theoretical knowledge on M&A as an approach to innovation management, and the application of said knowledge to hands-on work on real-life OSRAM cases, and pitch training in CV contexts.

As this is a specialized course, a finished undergraduate degree as well as solid knowledge on innovation management fundamentals is of advantage and will be considered in the selection of participants.


Key information
Nov. 11th to Dec. 18th, 2020

„Forced Innovation“ with the chance to break routines


Home office under the conditions of corona, according to Prof. Dr. Søren Salomo, falls into the category of "forced innovation". But even a forced innovation experience can provide opportunities for those affected. How the perception of the advantages and disadvantages of home office differs among different groups and changes over the duration of the home office experience is the subject of an international study initiated by colleagues from the Copenhagen Center for Health Technology, which Salomo is supervising for Germany. 1,800 people from different professional fields and age groups participated from Germany between the beginning of the survey in March and its end in mid-June 2020, and about 700 from Austria. The interim results presented here refer to these two groups, who worked under similar conditions.

Home Office Study 2020 - first results

Cultured Meat Student Club Information and Kick-Off


The Chair of Technology and Innovation Management and the Chair of Food Biotechnology and Food Process Engineering plan to establish a student club dedicated to research and promoting the innovative field of cultured meat production. Become part of the future!


October 29, 2020, 17:30


Virtual (Zoom)

Link: Zoom

Meeting-ID: 625 7938 8088

Password: 456068

Further Information:

Cultured meat, or in-vitro production of meat, is expected to dramatically change the way how we produce and consume meat. Requiring only a small fraction of the natural resources compared to conventional meat production, cultured meat can not only reduce the negative environmental consequences of meat production, but also reduce harm to animals to a minimum without giving up on meat consumption.

As part of a collaboration, the Chair of Technology and Innovation Management and the Chair of Food Biotechnology and Food Process Engineering plan to establish a student club dedicated to the subject of cultured meat. The goal of this student club is to explore and research the innovative technologies that are used for producing cultured meat and analyze the future of meat production from both a business and a biotechnological perspective.

We encourage all interested students to participate in this exciting project! This kick-off event will provide an introduction to cultured meat and initiate the student club. The activities of the student club will be defined by the participating students.



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Firms, other organizations, and private individuals


Teaching cooperation:

  • You are interested in an involvement in our courses?

  • You are interested in joint supervision of theses?

  • You are looking for students to participate in your projects and other tasks?

  • You have employment opportunities for our recent graduates?
Research cooperation: Cooperation between research and practice: For further matters, please write an email to salomo@tu-berlin.de

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