The Department of Management, Technology and Economics (D-MTEC) is celebrating its tenth anniversary. In both its research and teaching, the department explores the interfaces between technology and economics. Graduates with in-depth knowledge in these areas are in high demand on the labour market.
Wie steht’s um die Schweizer Energieeffizienz?
Energieeffizienz ist im Zuge der Energiestrategie 2050 ein grosses Thema. Aber wie effizient – oder ineffizient – sind wir denn nun, und wie gross ist das Einsparpotential? Diese Fragen versuchen wir mit einem dreijährigen Forschungsprojekt zumindest für Schweizer Haushalte zu beantworten.
Learn from the Ambassadors
The Chair of Negotiation and Conflict Management welcomes high-profile speakers in “Introduction to Negotiation“ lectures.
Effective leadership through self-reflection
Teaching at ETH Zurich is breaking new ground: in one teaching project, students are solving real tasks – and those tasks are set by businesses, not by the university. Another project looks at how lively debate can help participants to develop solid arguments.
Apply to the MSc MTEC by March 31
Today the MSc MTEC was presented by Prof. Dr. Stefano Brusoni to numerous students from 11 ETH Departments. Missed it? Then read on:
We provide a highly competitive Master of Science (MSc) Program in Management, Technology, and Economics, a Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) Program and an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) Program in Supply Chain Management.
Doctoral Studies at D-MTEC
D-MTEC offers doctoral studies in management, economics, systems design, and risk. D-MTEC also provides seminars and lectures in management and economics to other departments and master programs at the ETH Zürich.