Faculty

Our lecturers have a scientific background with many years of relevant training experience. They combine theoretical input with a strong focus on practical implementation.

Strategic Management & Technology

[Translate to English:] Foto Martin Friesl

Martin Friesl is Professor of Business Administration at the University of Bamberg, Professor of Strategic Management at Lancaster University Management School and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR).

His research focuses on strategic renewal, strategy implementation, and the development, change and replication of organizational capabilities in a variety of contexts such as Biotechnology, IT offshoring, Retailing, Franchising, Commercial Property Development, the Armed Forces and Financial Services.

Martin Friesl studied Business Education at LMU Munich, received his Doctorate in Management from the Bundeswehr University Munich and has worked as a project manager for change management with Siemens AG, as a consultant, as well as in various finance roles in in the UK, Germany and China.

  

[Translate to English:] Foto Wolfgang Güttel

Wolfgang H. Güttel is University Professor of Human Resources and Management at the Institute of Management Sciences and Dean of the Academy for Continuing Education (ACE) at the TU Wien. His research is dedicated to the topics Leadership, Strategy & Change Management.

From 2009 to 2020 he was head of the Institute for Leadership and Change Management at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz and also Dean and Co-Managing Director of the LIMAK Austrian Business School at JKU between 2011 and 2015. He previously worked at the Universities of Kassel, Hamburg, Liverpool and Padua as well as at WU Vienna. Prior to his academic career he worked as a management consultant at Daimler-Benz AG, Diebold Management Consulting and has since been the owner of Güttel Management Consulting, Training & Research.

  

Martin Ihrig is an associate dean and clinical professor at New York University and a senior fellow at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is also the co-founder and president of I-Space Institute, LLC.

Between 2011 and 2017 Martin Ihrig was a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his Master of Business Studies from University College Dublin and his Doctorate in Business Administration from Technische Universität Berlin.

In developing strategy and innovation tools for corporate and public sector decision makers, he has worked with organizations such as BAE Systems (USA), The Boeing Company (USA), Vale (Brazil), Merck (USA), and the Philadelphia Orchestra (USA).

[Translate to English:] Walter Schwaiger

Walter Schwaiger is Chairman of the Institute of Management Sciences and Professor at the TU Wien.

He studied business administration at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences at the University of Innsbruck, where he habilitated in 1999.
His teaching and research interests include IFRS Financial Management: Investment and Financing, Cost and Performance Accounting, Controlling as well as Enterprise Risk Management and IT-based Management Systems.

  

Digital Transformation & Change Management

[Translate to English:] Assoc.Prof. Mag. Michael Filzmoser

Michael Filzmoser is an associate professor at the Department for Labor Science and Organization of the Institute for Management Science at TU Wien. Furthermore, he acts as vice dean of Study Affairs for Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering - Management.

He studied International Business Administration at the University of Vienna, received his doctorate in Management and successfully completed his habilitation in Business Administration at TU Wien.

His research interests include simulation, negotiation and organizational theory with a specific focus on analysis and design of coordination processes, specifically in connection with digitization and automation.

  

[Translate to English:] Univ.Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Güttel

Wolfgang H. Güttel is University Professor of Human Resources and Management at the Institute of Management Sciences and Dean of the Academy for Continuing Education (ACE) at the TU Wien. His research is dedicated to the topics Leadership, Strategy & Change Management.

From 2009 to 2020 he was head of the Institute for Leadership and Change Management at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz and also Dean and Co-Managing Director of the LIMAK Austrian Business School at JKU between 2011 and 2015. He previously worked at the Universities of Kassel, Hamburg, Liverpool and Padua as well as at WU Vienna. Prior to his academic career he worked as a management consultant at Daimler-Benz AG, Diebold Management Consulting and has since been the owner of Güttel Management Consulting, Training & Research.

His research focuses on leadership, strategic change and learning in complex and dynamically evolving environments. His work has been published in various books and scientific journals (e.g. Human Relations, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Management Learning or International Journal of Management Review). In addition, Prof. Wolfgang Güttel is also active in management development and consulting and actively supports managers and companies in the areas of leadership, team development, organizational design, strategy and change management.

  

Arne Keller is a postdoctoral researcher in the research area of Leadership & Strategy at the Institute of Management Science at the TU Wien. He received a B.Sc. in Business Administration and an M.Sc. in Management & Marketing from Freie Universität Berlin, where he earned a Dr. rer. pol. (Doctor of Economics).

His research interests lie at the intersection of strategic management, organizational theory and innovation management. In particular, he is concerned with the characteristics and dynamics of organizational competencies, strategic responses to technological change, organizational inertia, ambidextry, and the governance of strategic alliances.

[Translate to English:] Foto Walter Mayrhofer

Walter Mayrhofer has been appointed FH professor in January 2021, he has been Head of Research at the university of applied sciences since October 2020, and is thus responsible for its entire research agendas. He also serves as Head of Research Center Digital Economy. 

He studied electrical engineering as well as business administration, law and economics at TU Wien, engineering management at the University of Colorado at Boulder and completed an MBA program at Danube University Krems.

Between 2017 and 2020 Walter Mayrhofer worked as a research associate at the TU Wien and prior to that as Head of Research at FH Burgenland and Fraunhofer Austria, and as Managing Director of FTI Burgenland GmbH, Forschung Burgenland GmbH and “die angewandte” Continuing Education GmbH, the continuing education institution of the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Danube University Krems.

  

Hilda Tellioğlu is a Preofessor at the Faculty of Computer Science, Head of Research Department, Dean of Studies for Computer Science at TU Wien and at the same time Academic Director of the Center. Her research focus is on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), coordination work and change management. Her habilitation was in Cooperative Work and her academic background is in socio-technical information systems and program development in database archiving systems. The content of Hilda Tellioğlu's teaching includes Change Managment, Design Thinking and Digital Transformation.

Foto Doris Weyer

Doris Weyer is founder and managing partner of the medium-sized consulting company hrdiamonds. She has been successfully active on the market in various industries for 12 years and has been based in organizational development and HR management for 20 years. Her focus is on supporting (agile) transformation processes, training and coaching of executives taking into account "new work" approaches, development of agile learning architectures and processes. She is a university lecturer and winner of various awards such as the most women- and family-friendly company in Vienna. 

  

Innovation, Digitalization & Entrepreneurship

[Translate to English:] Foto Doris Agneter

Doris Agneter has been CEO at 'N.vest Unternehmensfinanzierungen des Landes NÖ GmbH' for 15 years. She received her doctorate in technical sciences in 1990 and previously graduated from the TU Wien with a degree in engineering. Doris Agneter is also CEO of Tecnet Equity and NÖBEG and Advisory Board of EIT Manufacturing. In 2018, she won the Female Investor Award as Fund Manager of the Year.

  

Heimo Hammer is founder and CEO of kraftwerk, an agency for communication and co-founder of Next One GmbH.
Previously, he worked in marketing at Siemens, among others, and maintains numerous lecturing engagements at the WU Vienna, the WIFI Institute and the Fast Forward Forum. From 2018 to 2020, he was a board member of the Content Marketing Forum.

Robert Hisrich is Bridgestone Professor in the International Business Department of the College of Business Administration Kent State University. He has taught at numerous universities including Boston College, the University of Tulsa, Case Western Reserve University, and the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
His expertise is in Global Entrepreneurship, Global Business Plan, Financing the Venture, and International Business. He is the author or co-author of 25 books and has written over 300 articles on entrepreneurship, international business management, and venture capital that have appeared in journals such as The Academy of Management Review and Journal of Business Venturing.

Renate Kratochvil is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at BI Norwegian Business School, in Oslo. She conducts research on strategy formulation, strategic change and received her PhD in Economics and Social Sciences from WU Vienna in 2018. Renate Kratochvil taught at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and previously at WU Vienna from 2014-2017. She is the winner of numerous awards, such as the Best PhD Proposal 2016 award from the European International Business Academy.

Stefan Kreppel has been Head of Open Innovation at P21st at Palfinger AG since 2018. He holds an MBA in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship and a Dipl.-Ing. in Civil Engineering and has been a lecturer at the TU Wien and TU Graz in Innovation and Design Thinking and Business Model and Finance since 2015.

He is also a start-up mentor and coach, speaker at various events such as the Pioneers Festival and due to his expertise in the various fields of innovation, he is also successful with his own inventions and ventures. In 2014, he was nominated as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.

Alexander Schmidt is a senior consultant at Osb Wien Consulting GmbH. His focus is on strategy development in networks and organizations, project orientation in organizations, consulting for family businesses, designing expert programs and leadership development.

He has numerous speaking engagements and is a lecturer at Zeppelin University, Leibniz University Hannover and Danube University Krems on the topics of corporate networks, family businesses, leadership, change management and learning in large groups.

[Translate to English:] Foto Philipp Smole

Philipp Smole has been Vice President Corporate Incubator P21st at Palfinger AG since 2018.
He studied Technical Physics at the TU Wien and consequently received his PhD in Solid State Physics in 2004. Prior to his position at Palfinger AG, he worked as Technical Lead New Value Spaces at Philips. Philipp Smole holds numerous patents and has various lecturing activities in connection with his fields of activity.

  

Risk Management & Corporate Finance

Gernot Kreiger has more than 25 years of banking experience in sales in leading positions in several Austrian banks. He has a degree in banking and finance and is an internationally certified project manager. Gernot Kreiger has many years of experience in supporting freelancers, corporate clients and top private clients as well as over 20 years of seminar and teaching experience.  He has numerous teaching assignments at domestic and foreign technical colleges and universities, international training experience in Africa and Asia. In addition to his work in a bank, he is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Vienna, TU Wien, Donau Universität, HTW Dresden and a faculty member of the Retail Banking Academy in London.

Dale Lehman is a professor of business analytics at Loras College in Iowa. He earned his PhD in economics from the University of Rochester and has taught and researched at numerous universities, including Alaska Pacific University and Fort Lewis College. He has also served as director of MBA programs at Alaska Pacific University and held industry positions at Bell Communications Research and SBC. He has a special interest in applying data analytics to problems in health care, natural resources, telecommunications and information, and finance.

Walter Mayrhofer has been appointed FH professor in January 2021, he has been Head of Research at the university of applied sciences since October 2020, and is thus responsible for its entire research agendas. He also serves as Head of Research Center Digital Economy. 

He studied electrical engineering as well as business administration, law and economics at TU Wien, engineering management at the University of Colorado at Boulder and completed an MBA program at Danube University Krems.

Between 2017 and 2020 Walter Mayrhofer worked as a research associate at the TU Wien and prior to that as Head of Research at FH Burgenland and Fraunhofer Austria, and as Managing Director of FTI Burgenland GmbH, Forschung Burgenland GmbH and “die angewandte” Continuing Education GmbH, the continuing education institution of the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Danube University Krems.

Tatiana Miazhynskaia works as a Risk Controller in the Market and Liquidity Risk Modeling department at Erste Group Bank AG. She has an academic background in Applied Mathematics and received her PhD from the University of Vienna in 2004. In addition, Tatiana Miazhynskaia teaches at the FH of BFI Vienna and has more than 10 years of teaching and research experience at the university and years of practical experience in banking and finance.

[Translate to English:] Foto Werner Seebacher

Werner Seebacher has been managing director of the management consultancy Seebacher Unternehmensberatung GmbH since 2000. He studied economics and law at the Karl-Franzens University in Graz, where he also earned his PhD. For many years, Werner Seebacher has been teaching at various universities of applied sciences and universities, specializing in the topics of "Applied Business Administration" or "Applied Accounting", as well as "Applied Controlling" or "Applied Corporate Planning".

In 2009, the Seebacher Method ®, which he created, was developed: He has a teaching method, with the help of which the central interrelationships in corporate accounting can be taught in a simple form.

  

Walter Schwaiger is Chairman of the Institute of Management Sciences and Professor at the TU Wien.

He studied business administration at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences at the University of Innsbruck, where he habilitated in 1999.
His teaching and research interests include IFRS Financial Management: Investment and Financing, Cost and Performance Accounting, Controlling as well as Enterprise Risk Management and IT-based Management Systems.

Automotive Industry

  

Dr. Fazel Ansari

Dr.-Ing. Fazel Ansari is Head of the research group Smart and Knowledge-Based Maintenance at the TU Wien. His interdisciplinary background is reflected by M.Sc. degree in mechatronics as well as a PhD thesis in computer science (summa cum laude), focusing on application of knowledge-based systems in maintenance, at the University of Siegen. With his international engagement in various scientific associations (IEEE, IFAC, IALF), as well as his habilitation in Industrial Engineering, entitled "Management of Knowledge Intelligence in Human-centered Cyber Physical Production Systems", Dr. Ansari has established his role as part of the international research community. Since 2017, Dr. Ansari has been working at TU Wien as an Assistant Professor, as well as a Senior Researcher in Industrial Data Science at Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH. In these roles, he is intensively involved in diverse national and international research projects as a researcher and project leader. Furthermore, Dr.-Ing. Ansari is continuously involved in teaching at the TU Wien’s Institute of Management Science and also as a visiting lecturer at the University of Siegen and Vienna University of Business and Economics (WU Wien). He gives lectures in production information management, knowledge management 4.0, knowledge-based maintenance and Industry 4.0. For further information, please visit his webpage (https://www.imw.tuwien.ac.at/bt/team/ansari_fazel/EN/, opens an external URL in a new window)

Dr. Robert Glawar

Robert Glawar, PhD is a senior researcher and group leader for production optimization and maintenance management at Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH. His fields of research are in the field of production and plant management –analysis, optimization and implementation of processes with focus on maintenance planning.  He contributed in numerous industries funded applied research projects dealing with the optimization of intra logistic processes and optimization of production planning and control processes as well as optimization of ordering processing. His practical experience constitutes a solid basis for performing in diverse trainings and lecturing such as the TU Wien, the Danube University Krems and many national and international workshop providers.

Jesko Hermann

Since 2015 responsible as Managing Director and Director Projects at Bertrandt Technologie GmbH at Mönsheim, Germany. Bertrandt is a major engineering services provider with a wide range of services especially in the area of digitalisation, autonomous drive, connectivity and e-mobility in the automotive area. Furthermore, Bertrandt provides engineering solutions in the industrial branches of energy, medical and industry. 

Major career milestones of Jesko Herrmann are several vehicle development projects with a size of more than 150 full time employees and a multi-million Euro turnover. In addition, he was responsible for the engineering departments of the entire body development, e-mobility and production planning as well as for the laboratory- and testing-centres in these engineering disciplines.

Between 2010 and 2015 he was Managing Director of all activities of Bertrandt in France. During this period, Bertrandt was, among other projects, executing all development tasks of a sport car project of the largest French OEM. A further challenge was the successful management of the French automotive crisis in the years 2012 and 2013.

Before 2010 Jesko Herrmann was responsible as Director for the Bertrandt Projektgesellschaft mbH. The scope of activities was the coordination of all major projects in the Bertrandt group as well as the business development for the Asian market.

Until 2003 he was managing different climate-control-projects in Germany, Sweden and England as a Programme Manager for the customer Ford at the system suppliers Visteon and Eberspächer. Jesko Herrmann started his career in 1996 as an application engineer at Eberspächer, Germany.

 

    Prof. Vera Hummel

    Dr. Hummel studied at the University of applied science Konstanz, faculty for mechanical engineering and received diploma in mechanical engineering Dipl.-Ing. (FH). She made external doctoral studies at the Wroclaw University of Technology and at the  Institute of Production Engineering and
    Automation. She got the Dr.-Ing.degree in November 2002. She is Professor at the Reutling University, Germany.

    Teaching & Lecturing Activities & Main Research Fields

    • Advanced Industrial Engineering
      • Industrial Engineering Methods and Tools (classical/advanced), Work design, production and working systems, Engineering Management in Production, Facilities Planning, Manufacturing Ergonomics, transformable enterprise structure- Stuttgarter Unternehmensmodell
    • Quality Management 
      • Basics and foundations, strategy and operationalization, Quality Management Systems, Business Excellence

    Practical Experience & Expertise

    • Conceptual design and Implementation of the Learning Factory for advanced Industrial Engineering
    • Analyses and Optimization of production systems, implementation of methods for the continuous improvement process
    • Conception and Implementation of quality management systems
    • Reorganization of enterprises structures “Fraktal” and implementation of various management methods
    • Facilities Planning for Commercial Vehicles
    • Engineering and Management experience in Commercial Vehicles

    Lukas Lingitz

    Lukas Lingitz, is senior researcher and group leader for production planning and order management at Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH. His fields of research are in the area of production planning and control with focus on process, systems and the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Furthermore Mr. Lingitz led numerous industry funded research projects dealing with the optimization of production planning processes and techniques, digitalization of production planning, control and order processing as well as the development of optimized industrial IT-landscapes and the selection industrial IT-systems.
    He imparts his knowledge and practical experience in diverse trainings and lectures at the TU Wien, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna, the Danube University Krems and many national and international workshop providers.

      

    Prof. Daniel Palm

    He studied mechanical engineering and got Dipl.-Ing. degree from the University Stuttgart. In 1997 he joined the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart. Since 2004 he is the head of the Fraunhofer Project Group for production and logistics management in Vienna.
    Since 2006 he gives a lecture "automotive logistics" at the TU Wien.  Since 2013 he is a Professor for Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Reutlingen University.

    His research topics are

    •     Logistics planning and supply structures, supply chain management, production management
    •     Company, production and logistics networks
    •     Business process reengineering
    •     Factory planning, production planning and control
    •     IT systems in supply chain management, e-business

      He has publications in the area of logistics, supply chain management automotive industry and production.

      Dr. Philip Ramprecht

      Dr. Philip Ramprecht joined Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH in 2016. Since 2020

       he is the head of the group "warehouses and network planning" in the business unit "Logistics and Supply Chain Management". In 2020 he completed he doctorate "Industrial Engineering" at the Vienna University of Technology.

      The main fields of activity of Mr. Ramprecht are in the field of logistics management - especially in the areas of planning and optimization of warehouse and order picking systems and logistics networks.

      In addition to his project activities, Mr. Ramprecht led the "Logistics" course at the Vienna University of Technology and lectures at the Danube University in Krems on the subject of supply chain management.

         

      DI Marco Schlimpert

      Dipl.-Ing. Schlimpert is an international expert in business transformation in Mechanical Engineering, Automotive and Chemical Industry for Operations, Procurement and Supply Chain Management,  leading the development of business and purchasing strategies and its sustainable implementation. He has started his career as business consultant in an international consulting company and gained deep business acumen in the course of restructuring projects in the Automotive and Mechanical Engineering Industry. As Vice President, he has built up high performing international purchasing organizations at three internationally leading companies (Demag Plastics Group, Engel and Lenzing) with presence in Europe, Asia and USA for in total of more than 14 years. In his current role at Lenzing he is implementing a distinguished performance improvement program.

      Dr. Alexander Schloske is a Senior Expert in the Department of Sustainable Production and Quality Management and has been part of the Frauenhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA since 1989. He graduated from the University of Stuttgart with Dipl.-Ing. degree and subsequently received his doctorate from the same university. Dr. Schloske has lectured extensively at various universities including Stuttgart, Vienna, Reutlingen and Hamburg.

         

      Dr. Andreas Schumacher

      Dr. Schumacher currently works at Fraunhofer Austria, researching practical implications of industrial digitalization and Industry 4.0. Thereby, he focuses his research on the operationalization of abstract I4.0- and digitalization-constructs and their embedded effects in real industrial environments. He published widely in strategy and operations research and earned his PhD contributing to the issue of measuring and evaluating digitalization in practice. Besides his research activities, Dr. Schumacher consults international companies during their development and implementation of digitalization strategies – from defining a digital vision until the installation of monitoring systems and KPIs.  

      Klaus Schmid

      Klaus Schmid is executive, consultant, coach and lecturer with more than 20 years of experience in operational and strategic leadership functions at C-level for national and international companies.

      As an engineer and business economist with a focus on strategy implementation and the organization of large companies, he brings comprehensive knowledge to the expansion of personal competence.

      His motto is: "Change is inevitable, but personal growth is a choice."

      Klaus Schmid's industry experience comes from international management consulting with a focus on automotive, e-mobility, renewable energies, financial services, retail and telecommunications.

      His project "BALLADE" was awarded the "State Mobility Prize" of the Republic of Austria in 2011 for his early commitment to e-mobility and linking with the energy industry.

      Prof. Wilfried Sihn

      Univ.Prof.Dr.-Ing.Dipl.Wirtsch.-Ing.Prof.eh.Dr.h.c. Wilfried Sihn has been since September 2004 Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Institute of Management Sciences of the TU Wien. In November 2008 he was appointed as the Managing Director of the newly founded Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH.
      He has been active in applied research for over 30 years and has been involved in more than 300 industry projects. His current focus is on the implementation of Industry 4.0 concepts, such as Smart Maintenance. In addition to positions on several supervisory and administrative boards, he is also a member of many organizations, such as Board Member of the "International Federation of Production Research (IFPR)", Member of the European Academy for Industrial Management (AIM) as well as Fellow Member of the renowned "International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP)" based in Paris.

         

      Dipl.-Ing. Tanja Zigart

      Dipl.-Ing. Tanja Zigart works as a scientist in the research area of Human-Maschine-Interaction at TU Wien. Her core research topic is the multi-criteria evaluation of industrial assistance systems.

      She finished her Master's studies in mechanical engineering and management in 2014. From 2014 to 2018, she worked as a lean program manager in a global MedTech company and led local and international projects in the operations area. She is a certified Lean Production and Administration Expert and Project Management Professional (PMP).

      In addition to her research activities, Mrs. Zigart lectures in "Assistance Systems in Production" and at FH Wien WKW.

      Mobility Transformation

      Prof. Dr. Bernhard Geringer

      Prof. Geringer hat sich während seiner wissenschaftlichen und industriellen Tätigkeit mit dem Themenbereichen Fahrzeug- und Fahrzeugantriebe und deren Optimierung hinsichtlich Verbrauch, Emissionen sowie Leistungssteigerung beschäftigt. In den verschiedenen Industriestationen seiner beruflichen Entwicklung waren neue Antriebssysteme und Gesamtfahrzeuge die Schwerpunkte.
      Im Rahmen der universitären Drittmittelforschung werden zahlreiche Forschungsprojekte im nationalen und internationalen Umfeld durchgeführt. Schwerpunkte sind alternative Antriebe in Form des Kompetenznetzwerkes „Antriebssysteme der Zukunft“ zur detaillierten Forschung für Hybridfahrzeuge sowie zahlreiche Programme die Verbrauchsthemen, Brennverfahren für Otto- und Dieselmotoren, Abgasnachbehandlung (speziell auch die Partikelfiltertechnologie) und insbesondere alternative Kraftstoffe behandeln.
      Copyright Klaus Ranger

       

      Prof. Peter Hofmann hat an der TU Wien Maschinenbau studiert und anschließend im Jahr 2002 im Fachgebiet Verbrennungskraftmaschinen habilitiert. Dies führte zu seiner Professur an der TU Wien im Bereich Hybridfahrzeuge und Alternative Antriebssysteme, welche durch die Koordination von Industrieprojekten am Institut für Fahrzeugantriebe und Automobiltechnik der TU Wien ergänzt wird. Ebenso ist er Wissenschaftlicher Leiter des Kompetenznetzwerkes Antriebssysteme der Zukunft.

      Mag. (FH) Christina Hubin, M.A.

      Mag. (FH) Christina Hubin, M.A.(*1982), Absolventin des Magisterstudiums Marketing und Management-, Organisations- und Personalberatung (Wiener Neustadt), sowie des Masterstudiums Wirtschaft und Recht der öffentlichen Verwaltung (Wiener Neustadt), begann 2006 ihre berufliche Laufbahn bei der Wiener Linien GmbH & Co KG im Controlling der Hauptabteilung Finanzen und Angebot. 2008 wechselte Hubin in das Controlling der Fahrzeugtechnik bei den Wiener Linien. Zu ihren Aufgabengebieten zählten neben Budgetplanung und Berichtslegung auch Projektleitungsaufgaben mehrere Projekte im Bereich digitale Optimierung und Logistik. Nach der Karenz von 2011 – 2014 wechselte Hubin zur Neue Urbane Mobilität Wien GmbH in der Verantwortung des Innovations- und Partnermanagements für digitale Mobilitätsservices innerhalb des Konzerns. Seit 05/2016 ist Christina Hubin Mitarbeiterin für Upstream – next level mobility GmbH (ein Tochterunternehmen der Wiener Stadtwerke und Wiener Linien) tätig und leitet seit 09/2017 den Bereich Research & Development. In ihrem Bereich werden prototypisch Technologien und Services für die zukünftige Mobilität erprobt und evaluiert.

      Dipl.-Ing. David Knapp ist Unternehmensinhaber des Ingenieurbüros für Verkehrswesen und Verkehrswirtschaft. Zudem hat er diverse Weiterbildungen im Bereich Positive Psychology, Projektmanagement und Konfliktmanagement abgeschlossen. Er war unteranderem Senior Expert für das Salzburger Institut für Raumordnung und Wohnen und den Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region (VOR) GmbH und hat 2012/2013 an der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz einen Lehrgang zum kommunalen Mobilitätsbeauftragten geleitet.

         

      Dr. Micahel Nöst, MBA

      Dr. Michael Nöst verfügt über mehr als 20 Jahre Erfahrung im Automobil- und F&E-Beratungsbereich und war in verschiedenen Positionen als Forscher und Manager tätig.
      Seit 2009 ist Dr. Nöst Gründer und Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung von IESTA, einem außeruniversitären Forschungs- und Beratungsinstitut.
      Davor war Dr. Nöst bei BMW, AVL-List, EFKON AG und als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Technischen Universität Graz, Institut für ICE & Thermodynamik, tätig.
      2017 wurde Dr. Nöst in den Vorstand der A3PS - Austrians Association for Advanced Propulsion Systems gewählt, seit 2019 ist er CEO von A3PS.
      Dr. Nöst hat einen PhD und MSc-Abschluss in Mechanical Engineering & Management von der Technischen Universität in Graz und einen Executive MBA in Kalifornien, USA und Wien absolviert. Er hat mehr als 30 Publikationen und Buchkapitel in den Bereichen Antriebsentwicklung und nachhaltige Energie- & Transportanwendungen veröffentlicht.

         

      jürge Rudolf

      Seit nunmehr über 20 Jahren ist Herr Rudolf  im Bereich Mobilität mit digitalen Anwendungen tätig. Begonnen hat alles mit einfachen Tracking&Tracing Tools aus denen professionelle Fleet Management Lösungen wurden. Elektronische Maut, Enforcement Systeme, City Access und elektronische Parkraumbewirtschaftung folgten.

      Dann wechselte er zum Schienen-Gütertransport wo das Potenzial der Digitalisierung und auch die Komplexität enorm groß waren. Er startete das Projekt SmartCargo für die Rail Cargo Austria und begleite es auch heute noch auf der Seite des IoT Spezialisten und Lieferanten des Systems.

      Prof. Sebastian Schlund

      Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Schlund ist 2017 BMK-Stiftungsprofessor für Industrie 4.0 an der Technischen Universität Wien und leitet dort den Forschungsbereich Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion am Institut für Managementwissenschaften (IMW). Seit dem 01.07.2019 verantwortet er zusätzlich den Geschäftsbereich „Advanced Industrial Management“ bei der Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH. Er forscht und lehrt im Themenbereich digital und automatisiert unterstützter Arbeitsgestaltung in der Produktion mit den Schwerpunktthemen Assistenzsysteme, Arbeitsorganisationsowie Mensch-Maschine-Partnership. Er ist Fachbeirat des Deutschen Montagekongress, Mitglied des Techno-Ökonomie-Forums (TÖF), der Österreichischen wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft für Produktionstechnik (ÖWGP) sowie wissenschaftlicher Leiter der TU Wien im EIT Manufacturing.

         

      Dr. Peter Schöggl

      Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Peter Schöggl studierte Elektrotechnik an der Technische Universität Graz und promovierte an der gleichen Universität. Seine Dissertation wurde mit dem Österreichischen Automotive-Entwicklungspreis ausgezeichnet. Seit 1996 arbeitet er bei AVL List GmbH und ist Vice Presindent des Business Field Racing. Seit 2011 ist er CEO von der der österreichischen Fahrzeug- und Motorakustik GmbH. Er unterrichtet „Autonomous Driving and Alternative Vehicles“ an der TU Wien  und „High Performance and Race Engines“ und „Racing Engines“ an der TU Graz.

      Dr. Sandra Stein

      Dr. Sandra Stein leitet den Bereich Forschung bei der Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH und studierte an der RWTH Aachen und promovierte im Bereich Verkehrswesen und Logistik im Themenfeld der Binnenschifffahrt. Vor ihrer Promotion war sie u.a. bei der Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) beschäftigt, bevor sie in den wissenschaftlichen Bereich wechselte. Seit 2011 ist sie bei der Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH im Bereich Forschung tätig und leitet diesen Bereich. An der TU Wien betreut sie Dissertationen, Diplom- und Masterarbeiten und Lehrveranstaltungen.

      Ihre Forschungsschwerpunkte sind Transportlogistik, insbes. Physical Internet, kollaborative Transportnetzwerke, integrierte Transport- und Produktionsplanung, FTI in der Logistik, Logistik-Cluster, die sich in einer Vielzahl an Publikationen widerspiegeln. Sie leitet diverse öffentlich geförderte Projekte, wie z.B. das österreichische Mobilitäts-Leitprojekt „PhysICAL - Physical Internet through cooperative Austrian Logistics“.

      Mag. Marlene Suntinger ist Koordinatorin im Mobilitätslabor mit Schwerpunkt Innovation am Salzburger Institut für Raumordnung. Sie ist als Vortragende bei den Salzburger Medienfrauen der Stadt Salzburg tätig und war an zahlreichen Forschungs- und Entwicklungsprojekten wie der „SimpliCity“ und der „Haltestelle 4.0“ tätig. Zudem hat sie in Kooperation mit nahmen haften Mobilitätsunternhmen gearbeitet wie der ÖBB und dem Salzburger Vekehrbund.

      The above faculty represent a selection of our lecturers.