Student of the Chair of Innovation Economics won Best Student Paper Award at ISPIM in Melbourne

The ISPIM Innovation Symposium from 8. – 11. December 2013 in Melbourne awarded Victoria Kayser, external doctoral student from Fraunhofer ISI at the chair of innovation economics, with the Alex Gofman Award for the Best Student Paper. The paper deals with “Text Mining on Technology Roadmapping – The strategic Value of Information” and was written together with two of her supervisors, Kerstin Goluchowicz (TU Berlin) and Antje Bierwisch (Fraunhofer ISI). The presentation received great interest and it was widely agreed on the importance of the topic.

For more details about the Article included in the 6th ISPIM Symposium Program or the upcoming ISPIM Conference – Innovation for Sustainable Economy & Society in Dublin, Ireland on 8-11 June 2014 see http://ispim.org.

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