Professor Angelika Bullinger-Hoffmann holds the professorship for ergonomics and innovation management at the faculty of mechanical engineering at Technische Universität Chemitz. Her focus is on innovation engineering, the interaction between people and technology, and strategic technology management. As part of her work, she oversees research projects in cooperation with the industry on such topics as collaborative innovation engineering, the interaction between people, technology and data, and the development of skills in a changing world. Alongside her academic activities, she has authored more than 150 publications, while also advising start-ups and giving practical lectures at German and international universities. In 2017, she joined the board of directors at Paul Hartmann AG.
Professor Bullinger-Hoffmann studied at the University of St. Gallen and HEC Paris. Following her degree, she spent three years as a research assistant for the chair of information, organisation and management at the Technical University of Munich, where she wrote her PhD thesis “Innovation and Ontologies”. She then became a scientific assistant, assistant professor and project leader for the chair of information systems at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. There and at the University of Pennsylvania (USA), she wrote her thesis for a postdoctoral lecture qualification, entitled “IT-Based Interactive Innovation”.
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