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Rabab Saleh

Rabab Saleh is a PhD candidate at the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU). Her research focuses on topics related to energy transitions and sustainability.

She is responsible for the supervision of the vhb online course “Product Innovation Management in Emerging Markets”.

Rabab Saleh, M.A.

School of Business, Economics and Society
Lehrstuhl für Technologiemanagement

Carsten Guderian

Carsten Guderian is Senjor Project Leader at PatentSightGmbH. Patent analytics and the evaluation of patents are in his interest – at work as well as in research.

At the FAU he is responsible for the supervision of the vhb online course Profiting from Ideas and Inventions.

Dipl.-Vw. & Dipl.-Kfm. Carsten Guderian

Lecturer (Profiting from Ideas and Inventions: An Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights (vhb))

School of Business, Economics and Society
Lehrstuhl für Technologiemanagement

Stefan Dinter

Stefan Dinter is an ERGO Direkt sales development consultant. He successfully works on the topics of Customer Journey, Transformation Management and Innovation Processes in sales. He is co-founder of several volunteer projects, such as the CoderDojo in Nuremberg. For several years he has a teaching assignment in the field of art education at FAU.

Stefan teaches Design Thinking and Product Design in the summer term.

Stefan Dinter

Lecturer (Design Thinking and Product Design)

School of Business, Economics and Society
Lehrstuhl für Technologiemanagement

Steffen Henne

Steffen Henne is Head of the Contact Center DATEV Anwalt. Beforehand, he was responsible for Innovation Management. For a few years, he works part-time as trainer and coach in the fields of Communication, Presentation and Innovation.

In summer term, he will teach the presentation training.

Steffen Henne, (Dipl.-Betriebswirt)

Lecturer (Presentation Training)

School of Business and Economics
Chair of Technology Management

Josef Schütz

Josef Schütz is Co-Founder and CFO of the start-up Grino Water Solutions GmbH, which was supported by the Chair of Technology Management during the pre-founding period.

Josef teaches the Entrepreneurship Exercise in winter term.

Josef Schütz, B.A.

Project and Startup Manager

School of Business, Economics and Society
Lehrstuhl für Technologiemanagement

Oliver Niebuhr

Oliver Niebuhr is a trained phonetician and professor for communication and innovation. His research interests include charisma and leadership. In this context, he conducts language data analyses and gives language trainings in which basic analyses and tips on the way to a more charismatic voice are conveyed.

He taught the International Technology Management Research Seminar (ITMRS) in the winter semester 2017/18.

Prof. Dr. Oliver Niebuhr

Lecturer (ITMRS)

School of Business, Economics and Society
Chair of Technology Management

Nico Kreusel

Nico Kreusel is one of the managing partners of the  VEND consulting GmbH and one of the founders of nous GmbH.

He is lecturer at several universities and for different founding and start-up topics.

In winter term 2017/18, he will teach the Entrepreneurship Exercise.

Nico Kreusel, Dipl. Kaufmann

Lecturer (Entrepreneurship Excercise)

School of Business and Economics
Chair of Technology Management