CENTRIM

Centre of Excellence in Research and Enterprise for Change, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

“Where next for Extech Cloud? Evidence-based innovation and disruptive change”

Speakers: Paul Levy & Joe Morecroft Date: 17th July at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: Extech Cloud is a company based in Burgess Hill, West Sussex in the UK. The company is part of a two-year KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) with the university of Brighton which comes to an end in the…

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“Whither the trend of metal and mineral prices? A robust econometric analysis”

Speaker: Professor Atanu Ghoshray Date: 6th June 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract:   Bio: Professor Atanu Ghoshray joined Newcastle University in 2014 from the University of Bath. His research interests are in primary commodity markets with reference to international trade and development. He has been a Consultant to the Asian Development Bank…

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Circular Food Supply Chain: Its Challenges and Opportunities

Speaker: Dr Manoj Dora Date: 20th March 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: The amount of food that is wasted each year will rise by 2030 under the current linear model, when 2.1bn tons will either be lost or thrown away, equivalent to 66 tons per second. This is enough to…

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Digital Transformation – Technology, Operational and Educational Perspectives

Speaker: Dr Bjorn Jager Date: 28th February 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: Bjorn’s current research focuses on digital transformation from technological, operational and educational perspectives. In his research talk on the 28th February he will present some current projects, the first being a B2B transaction ledger based on blockchain technology…

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Intellectual Property Aspects of Robotics: Protection and Enforcement Strategies

Speaker: Dr Enrico Bonadio Date: 14th February 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: The talk focuses on how robotics companies can use Intellectual Property (IP) assets, such as patents, know-how, copyright, brands and designs, to maximise their output and profits. Recent IP-related litigations in the field of robotics in US and…

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The Inner Workings of Nonaka’s SECI: Explorations with MNCs, and a tweakable ‘laboratory’ process for studying it

Speaker: Professor Marie Harder Date: 31st January 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: The knowledge management theory of Nonaka specifies that knowledge originates in the tacit-tacit space, and goes through cycles of tacit to explicit, explicit to explicit, explicit to tacit, and at every ‘conversion’, learning occurs. A healthy business would…

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Modelling the Long Term Potential Macroeconomic Impact of Brexit on Wales

Speaker: Professor Sangeeta Khorana Date: 10th January 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: This paper employs a computable general equilibrium (CGE) dynamic simulation model to analyse how Brexit is likely to impact the Welsh economy. The model simulates two potential future trade relationship scenarios between the United Kingdom (UK) and European…

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Fostering inclusive innovation for sustainable development

Speaker: Professor Raphie Kaplinsky Date: 6th December 2018 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: The gains from sustained economic growth have been unevenly spread, and many countries are confronted by substantial and growing levels of social and economic exclusion, accompanied by a degrading environment. The outcomes of existing growth pathways need to…

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What makes a successful EU project?

Speaker: Mr Manuel Maenhout Date: 25th October 2018 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, Univeristy of Brighton Abstract: The European Union invests in many hundreds of research and innovation projects per year, in order to meet strategic policy objectives defined under its Framework Programme Horizon 2020 (2014-2020). Researchers and innovators across Europe try to tap into…

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The Management and Innovative Technologies Conference 2018

Taking place in Izola, Slovenia, I am recording reflections at the 16th conference that brings together academics and industrial practitioners from different disciplines, sectors and countries to explore purpose and innovation in technology. It a began with a drinks reception at Hotel San Simon with conference founder Miha Junkar… I just gave a keynote on…

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