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Recent visiting lecturers
Professor of Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy in Tsinghua SEM, Beijing, China
Prof. Jin Chen is a professor of Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy in Tsinghua SEM. His diverse fields of expertise range fromchemical process control, management engineering, technological innovation management and many more. His research and teaching at the Tsinghua University mainly focuses on management of technological innovation.
Prof. Jin Chen is a member of the Education Committee of CAE (the Chinese Academy of Engineering), the member of the division of management science in council for technology and science of Minister of Education, and vice chairman of the Chinese Association for Science of Science and S&T Policy. He serves as (associate) chief editor for several highly ranked journals.
Last visit in Nuremberg: June 2018
The stay was funded with FAU Visiting Professorship Program.
Rogelio Puente Diaz
José Cuervo Professor of Marketing at Universidad Anáhuac in Mexico
Rogelio Puente Diaz is Professor of Marketing at the Universidad Anáhuac in Mexico. There, he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on market research, research methodology, and consumer behavior. He conducts research on self-beliefs and their implications for creativity and innovation. His recent publications include “Creativity and Innovation: State of the Art and Future Perspectives for Research” together with Alexander Brem and “Creative self-efficacy: The influence of affective states and social persuasion as antecedents and imagination and divergent thinking as consequences”, published in Creativity Research Journal.
Last visit in Nuremberg: July 2017
Rogelio’s stay was funded with FAU Visiting Professorship Program.
Associate professor at the Mads Clausen Institute at The University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
Marianne Stenger is associate professor at the Mads Clausen Institute at The University of Southern Denmark (SDU). Her background is in International business and marketing. Over the last 15 years, she has taught various courses at undergraduate and graduate level in marketing, consumer behaviour, market research to business and engineering students. Within the last 10 years she concentrated on courses in new product development, innovation management and entrepreneurship as part of the MSc. in Engineering in Innovation and Business program in Sønderborg where she is also head of the program. Her research interests are in the fields of understanding consumer intentions in relation to green products as well as understanding the link between dynamic capabilities and innovation performance in small and medium-sized businesses.
Last visit in Nüremberg: November 2017
Funded by Erasmus+ Teaching Staff mobility
Associate Professor of Communication and Innovation at the Mads Clausen Institute at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
Oliver Niebuhr earned his doctorate (with distinction) in Phonetics and Digital Speech Processing from Kiel University and worked then as a post-doc researcher at linguistic and psychological institutes in Aix-en-Provence and York based on the interdisciplinary European Marie Curie Research Training Network “Sound to Sense.” In 2009, he was appointed Junior Professor of Spoken Language Analysis and returned to Kiel University, where he also became director of the Kiel research center “Speech & Emotion.” Since 2015, he is Associate Professor of Communication and Innovation at the Mads Clausen Institute of the University of Southern Denmark. Oliver is an elected member of the permanent council of the International Phonetic Association (IPA), a member of the editorial board of the Journal of the International Phonetic Association and of the Laboratory Phonology book series, and an Associate Editor of the journal Phonetica. He also serves as a lecturer for the University Society of Schleswig-Holstein.
Oliver’s main areas of expertise include speech acoustics – in particular with respect to the forms and functions of speech melody – digital (speech) signal processing, and the acoustics of noise with special emphasis on its impact on human behavior and health.
Last visit in Nuremberg: January/ February 2018
Oliver’s stay was funded with Wilhelm-Rieger Visiting Professor Programm.