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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.


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MTEC Team comes in second at the European Championship of Industrial Engineering and Management Business Case Competition

Congrats to the student delegation from D-MTEC (Delong Lu & Victor Solomon) and the ETH Physics Department (Stefan Rustler & Fabian Russmann). The Team ranked second  at the largest pan-European business case competition (TIMES) in Trondheim, Norway on 6.-11.4.2014.  The competition is organized annually by ESTIEM, the European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management, bringing together over 250 teams and 1000 students. This year the finals consisted of three cases where the tasks were to come up with a strategy for renewable energy development  in the United States, analyze payment walls and the business model for the New York Times, and provide recommendations for a Norwegian utility software company expanding to South America. First place was taken by a team from Tampere University of Technology and Linköping University ranked third.


Register for MTEC Career Talks

This week we launched the MTEC Career Talk Series with a lunch talk on the MIGROS Supply Chain Management Trainee Program, provided by MTEC Alumnus Thomas Paroubek, Director Logistics at Migros. The MTEC careers talks are information giving sessions rather than recruitment centered. They provide insights into different types of careers and about recruiting practices of selected companies. Participation is limited, registration required. Learn more about the Program 2014 and register today  for our upcoming talks with Georg Fischer, SwissRe and  the ETH Entrepreneurs behind South Pole Carbon Asset Management AG and greenTEG AG. 


Invitation: Introductory lecture of Prof. Michael Ambühl

We are pleased to invite you to the introductory lecture of Prof. Michael Ambühl, Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Management,  on Monday, April 7, 2014 (5.15pm) in the Audimax (HG F 30) of ETH Zurich. Professor Ambühl will reflect about the engineering of negotiations in theory and practice (in german language). We welcome your  participation!

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