CALL FOR PAPERS:
Special Issue: Accelerating Innovation: Capabilities and Systems
–Lead Editor: Prof. Mats Magnusson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
–Dr. Susanne Nilsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
–Prof. Mikael Samuelsson, University of Cape Town, South Africa
–Dr Paola Bellis, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
This special issue is in collaboration with the 2023 Innovation and Product Development Management Conference being held June 8–9, 2023, in Lake Como Italy. The conference will host a Special Track to present papers submitted for this call. All papers submitted to IPDMC will received feedback from SI guest editors and an experienced team to improve their quality before authors submit them to RTM. There are two ways to submit manuscripts. Please note the different timelines.
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Ademir Vrolijk is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. He studies engineering design in real-world settings and explores how technical organizations can leverage collaborative approaches, like crowdsourcing, to design better systems. He received a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from Carleton University and a PhD in systems engineering from The George Washington University’s Engineering Management and Systems Engineering department. He was also a Visiting Researcher at the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH) at Harvard University. Outside of academia, he has worked as a project management professional in the defense and medical technology industries. He also sat on the national board of the Canadian Space Society. email@example.com
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