Creativity and Innovation management
|LOCAL CHAIR & COORDINATION
Andrea PICCALUGA, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy – scientific coordination
Arianna BIANCANI, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy – administrative coordination
Koenraad DEBACKERE, K.U. Leuven, Belgium
Petra DE WEERD-NEDERHOF, University of Twente, The Netherlands – Creativity and Innovation management
Olaf FISSCHER, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Holger ERNST, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany – Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft
Jeff BUTLER, Manchester Business School and R&D Management
Andrea PICCALUGA, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy
Fabrizio CESARONI, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Alberto DI MININ, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy
Soeren SALOMO, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Bart VAN LOOY, K.U.Leuven, Managerial Economics, Innovation & Strategy, Belgium
Roberto VERGANTI, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Wim VAN HAVERBEKE, University of Hasselt.
The Summer School is a valuable experience for anyone involved in doctoral work in the area of technology and innovation management. It provides a unique opportunity for doctoral students in technology management to learn from presentations of leading academics in the field and to meet colleagues with similar research interests. During the intensive one-week course, the participating students have the opportunity to discuss their research programs with senior professors and with other PhD students in interactive workshops, and to meet the editors of the journals R&D Management, and Creativity and Innovation Management.
The European Doctoral Summer School was first organised by Professor Klaus Brockhoff at the University of Kiel in 1991. Since then the School has been held in different locations: Manchester Business School in the UK; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium, University of Twente, the Netherlands; Politecnico di Milano, Italy; WHU Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management, Vallendar, Germany. Since 2000, the European Doctoral Summer School in Technology Management has been organised jointly with EIASM (see www.eiasm.be). The number of alumni from the Summer School now exceeds 300. A considerable number of Summer School alumni and tutors are still in touch with each other and play active roles in the field of Technology Management.
Open Innovation and Technology Management is the topic which has been chosen for the 2009 Summer School. It is well known that Open Innovation is a topic introduced by Henry Chesbrough which has generated enormous interest, both among practitioners and academic scholars, as well as some criticisms. The aim of the Summer School is to discuss and share empirical research developed by PhD students worldwide about the interactions between Open Innovation and Technology Management.
Sunday, August 30
Arrivals in Volterra and accommodation.
Monday, August 31
Prof. Andrea PICCALUGA
09.30-13.00 Innovativeness and innovation success
Prof. Soeren SALOMO
14.00-17.30 Student presentations
Tuesday, September 1
09.00-12. 00 Researching the open innovation perspective
Prof. Wim VAN HAVERBEKE
13.30-15.30 Student presentations
Wednesday, September 2
09.00-12.30 Industry-Science interactions/entrepreneurial university
Prof. Bart VAN LOOY
13.30-17.30 Student presentations
Thursday, September 3
09.00-12.30 Collaborative innovation and elite circles in design-driven innovation
Prof. Roberto VERGANTI
13.30-17.30 Student presentations
Friday, September 4
09.00-12. 00 Appropriability and Business Models for Vertical Collaboration in Open Innovation Projects
Dott. Fabrizio CESARONI, Dott. Alberto DI MININ
13.30-17.30 Student presentations
Saturday 5 September
Students will be selected according to the novelty and the quality of their research interests and by an indication that they will be able to benefit and learn effectively from their participation. Students should at least have finished their first PhD year in order to be eligible. They must show that they will be able to contribute to the event. Students will have their own one-hour session presenting their research to one of the tutors and the other participants (including discussion & feedback). For this, they are required to submit a short paper (minimum 5-10 pages, in English) describing their research topic, preliminary results and also addressing methodological issues and choices made. This paper will be circulated beforehand among all participants and read and commented on during the Summer School by one of the tutors and by other students. The number of participants will be limited to a maximum of 30 to create a stimulating environment.
Interested doctoral students should register on-line via www.eiasm.org no later than June 15th, 2009
Notifications of acceptance will be made before June 30th, 2009.
Please note that the deadline for submitting the paper is also June 30th, 2009. (NEW)
For further information on the program content and registration please contact Mrs. Arianna Biancani (email@example.com).
TIME AND LOCATION
The seminar will be held at the SIAF Campus, Voltera, Italy (www.siafvolterra.eu)
The programme will start on AUGUST 31 , 2009 and is scheduled to end on SEPTEMBER 4, 2009
REGISTRATION FEES AND ACCOMMODATION EXPENSES
Participating students will be required to pay a fee of € 1.100. This fee includes participation to the seminar, teaching materials, full board lodging and transportation Pisa-Volterra-Pisa.
Cancellation made before July 25, 2009 will be reimbursed with 10% deduction of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.
A number of scholarships (900 Euros) are available from RADMA (see www.RADMA.org) and Creativity and Innovation Management. Applicants who would like to be considered for one of these scholarships should mention it on their application form and provide a statement explaining why they need the scholarship to attend the programme, co-signed by their PhD supervisor/promotor. In some cases partial scholarships (450 Euros) may be awarded.
Interested doctoral students should aply online and upload the required documents no later than June 15, 2009.
The application form should include:
- a paper in English (minimum 5-10 pages) describing your doctoral research topic, preliminary results, methodological issues and choices made
- Your curriculum vitae
- in case of application for a scholarship: a budget statement co-signed by your PhD supervisor/promotor
Acceptance decisions are based on your advancement in your PhD trajectory (showing from your CV), expected contribution and suitability of topic (showing from the paper).
Submit your application online!
Notification of acceptance will be made before June 30, 2009
For more information, please contact the organisers through:
Andrea PICCALUGA, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Main Lab, Pisa, Italy
Tel: +39 050 88 37 19, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arianna BIANCANI, SIAF, Volterra – administrative coordination
Tel: +39 050 88 38 30, e-mail: email@example.com
Contact person at EIASM:
Ms. Nina PAYEN
EDEN Manager, EIASM - PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: 32 2 2266661 - Fax: 32 2 5121929
Ms. Nina Payen - EIASM Conference Manager
PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: +32 2 226 66 61 - Fax: +32 2 512 19 29