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Welcome to the Department of Management, Technology,
and Economics (D-MTEC) of ETH Zurich. Our faculty combines scholarly
excellence and a constant engagement with practice. We conduct basic and
applied research in management,
economics, innovation, systems dynamics and risk. Much of our research
work aims at improving the understanding of technology in organizations,
societies, and economies.
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.
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.
D-MTEC is home to the BWI Center for Industrial Management, the Centre for Energy Policy and Economics (CEPE), the Centre for Organisational and Work-Related Studies (ZOA), the Center of Economic Research at ETH Zurich (CER-ETH) and the KOF Swiss Economic Institute.
On the following pages you will find information about research, education, the D-MTEC staff, and faculty activities.
Stefano Brusoni wins ETH Golden Tricycle Award 2014
We are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Stefano
Brusoni (Head of Technology and Innovation Management) has won – in
addition to his numerous academic accolades - the “Golden Tricycle
Award”. This special prize is
awarded annually to the most distinguished family-friendly academic of
ETH Zurich, and Stefano Brusoni is the very first laureate from the
Department of Management, Technology, and Economics (D-MTEC). The award
ceremony took place on 22 August 2014 at the
ETH staff party “togETHer 2014”. Congratulations!
NECOM chair launches new Simulation Seminar on EU-CH Negotiations
The ETH MTEC Chair of Negotiation and Conflict Management, in cooperation with the Chair of Public and European Law at the University of Zurich, the think tank „foraus – Forum on Swiss Foreign Policy“ and the Europe Institute at the University of Zurich are organizing a scientific simulation of the negotiation process between Switzerland and the EU on the free movement of persons during a block-seminar at ETH Zurich (in german language). Within the framework of the event, experts from both parties will discuss different solution approaches for the bilateral relations between Switzerland and the EU and the implementation of the new article 121a of the Swiss Constitution. A main goal of the simulation is to test how and to what extent we can draw scientific conclusions from the instrument of negotiation simulations. Click here for more information.
MTEC at ETH Study Information Days 2014
On September 3-4, ETH Zurich will welcome prospective students at the annual study information days (Studieninformationstage) in the ETH main building (Rämistrasse 101). MTEC will present its course offerings at the fair. Meet MTEC staff and students at our booth and join our information sessions within the official program (in German).
Invitation: Farewell Lecture by Prof. Dr. Theo Wehner
department warmly invites you to Prof. Dr. Theo Wehner's farewell
lecture on September 18. Prof. Wehner will reflect on “Arbeit haben –
Tätig sein” (in German). On September 19 there will be an
interdisciplinary symposium on the role of employment within the ETH
Semper Aula. Please find details for both events here.
MTEC PhD Management Retreat with Jeff Reuer
MTEC Guest Professor Jeff Reuer (Purdue University) and Florian von Wangenheim (Chair of Technology Marketing) will host the first MTEC PhD Management Retreat this summer, taking place from August 31st to September 2nd, 2014 in Appenzell, Switzerland [read on]
Join the MTEC Entrepreneurial Leadership Seminar 2014
The Entrepreneurial Leadership Seminar provides MTEC MSc, MAS and PhD students with an intensive experiential learning opportunity: To work on real strategy and innovation challenges with the top management of Swisscom Group, an outstanding technology company and leading Swiss telecommunication provider. Four MTEC professors will coach the teams working on the cases. Apply now: For details see the contact information below
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