New THA Members December 2018 – February 2019

We are pleased to welcome and present new THA members joining our Association during December 2018 and February 2019, from both developing and developed countries to join our Community is raising its international profile.
The full list of THA members can be found in:

To join the Association, please consult our membership page www.triplehelixassociation.org/membership, and complete the online membership form www.triplehelixassociation.org/membership-request.

Organisational Members

 

STRASCHEG CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Heßstr 89 Munich
Bavaria 80797 GERMANY
Contact : Ms Audrey Stolze, audrey.stolze@sce.de
Website: www.sce.de

The Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE) was established in 2002 by Falk F Strascheg, a venture capitalist and entrepreneur. It acts as a focal point for Munich University of Applied Sciences’ (MUAS) enterprise and knowledge exchange activities. Munich is a key location for academic entrepreneurship in Germany and is home to four public and nine private HEIs, with a total of 110,000 students. As an institute associated with the MUAS, the SCE is firmly rooted in the academic world.
In 2011, the SCE and MUAS became one of the six EXIST Start-Up Universities in Germany. SCE´s goal is to nurture entrepreneurial thinking and action through education and business start-up support measures. The range of education and research programmes combine practical knowledge and personal development in an interdisciplinary setting. The programmes focus on innovation and start-ups as well as corporate and social development.
The start-up activities offer guidance for young businesses from idea development to innovation, business incubation, international networking and collaboration with external service providers eg. venture capitalists, specialised IT consultants etc. The outreach activities focus on supporting the regional, national and international eco system to create an alive entrepreneurship community.
Regional, national, and international partnerships are a high priority at the SCE, with universities, businesses and institutions. The SCE was a founder of “4Entrepreneurship” – an entrepreneurship think-tank comprised of a network of the four Munich universities. The institutionalisation of the network “4Entrepreneurship” as well as the other manifold partnerships enable students to move more freely between the partner universities for entrepreneurship education and start up support as well as getting in contact with the real world of industry and society. New programmes have been developed, by SCE as the main founding or supporting partner, including:

  • GESS, the Global Entrepreneurship Summer School, is built around yearly changing topics of global relevance
  • SEA, (Social Entrepreneurship Akademie) is an initiative, which works to broaden the network of organisations that anchor social entrepreneurship within the university and the society
  • Roundtable for Entrepreneurship Education (REE), initiated by Stanford University, SCE is co-chair of its European spin-out (EREE)
  • Coneeect, an European teach the teacher programme for entrepreneurship professors and a community platform
  • International research programmes to develop further the understanding of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education.

 

 

Individual Members

 

RABII OUTAMHA

University Hassan II Casablanca
MOROCCO
outamha.rabii@gail.com

Rabii Outamha, is a PhD student in management science with particular interests in university-industry relationships and knowledge environment. Prior to his doctoral studies, he obtained a
bachelor’s degree in economics and management, and a master degree in Strategy and Innovation Management, from University Hassan II in Casablanca. Research is not the only area which Rabii is active, he is a music producer composing hip-hop, soul and jazz, as well as a martial artist seeking ancient wisdom of great warriors. Passioned by three areas of interest, he became a Triple Helix individual who dedicated his life to research, music and martial arts.

Areas of interest in TH research
University-industry linkages, university spillovers, the knowledge environment and Triple Helix

 

MS CLAUDIA OLVERA

Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain Barcelona SPAIN
claudella123@gmail.com

In 2015, I was granted by the Council of Science and Technology of México (CONACYT), to do doctoral studies at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain. Currently, I am a PhD student, and my research is focussing on Knowledge and Technology Transfer Effectiveness in the University Business Collaboration in Science Parks. I studied my major in Accounting and Finance at Universidad de las Américas-Puebla, one of the best universities in Mexico. Also, I was a professor in the Faculty of Business in this university for two years. Furthermore, I have a Master in Family Business by EAE Business School (Barcelona, Spain), and a Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation by University of Barcelona, Spain. In addition to my academic background, my work experience has been focused on the financial services industry and Business Consultancy. In Mexico, I had the responsibility to be the Office Manager of Global Group International, which is a Spanish consulting firm; likewise, I spent three years as a Business Banking Executive in the HSBC Bank.

Areas of interest in TH research
Science Parks and Knowledge and Technology Transfer.

 

MRS AUDREY STOLZE

Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship Munich GERMANY
audreystolze@gmail.com

Audrey is currently a PhD candidate at MUAC/SCE researching Entrepreneurship Education and Digital Transformation through University-Industry interactions. Previously she worked with International Projects at HM/SCE, coordinating the Horizon 2020 project EUXCEL and coaching early stage start-ups. Audrey has over ten years of work experience in Brazil and Europe. She started her career working with marketing research for a media conglomerate in Brazil and moved to work with International Business Development in England and Germany, before founding her own startup, which was incubated, received a grant award from the Brazilian Government and was later sold to a foreign investor. Audrey holds a MA in International Business from Hochschule Osnabrück, and a BA in Business Administration from Feevale University (Brazil).

Areas of interest in TH research
Entrepreneurial Universities.

 

PROFESSOR KLAUS SAILER

Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship Munich GERMANY
klaus.sailer@sce.de

Professor Dr Klaus Sailer is professor for Entrepreneurship at the Munich University of Applied Sciences, and CEO of the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE). He is a co-founder and on the Board of the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie and is also on the Board of Munich Network. Klaus Sailer is spokesman for the think tank “Denkfabrik Gründerhochschulen” as well as part of the think tank HEInnovate. Klaus Sailer holds a PhD in physics from Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, and did his PhD at the Research Center for Environment and Health. At Infineon AG, he was responsible for project management and marketing of new semiconductor technologies. In 2000, he co-founded a communication technologies company with partners in the area as its chairman. He successfully established this company as a major market player, and was able to realize his innovative ideas further with various start-up teams. His main research topics are in innovation process, business modelling, networking, co-creation and societal innovations.

Areas of interest in TH research
Entrepreneurial Universities.

 

Published by the Triple Helix Association  –  ISSN 2281-4515

 

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