Campana & Schott - Lecture on PPM

Our partner Campana & Schott offered our students a lecture based on Project Portfolio Management (PPM). The students learned first-hand, how to successfully implement the main fields of action of PPM, portfolio governance and resource management, portfolio structuring as well as portfolio sustainability.

The students could directly apply what they learned within a Case Study. We would like to thank Christian Schmid & Sebastian Lipp for they valuable contribution and are looking forward to welcoming them next year.


Dr. Wolfgang Straub - Keynote speaker

In the spring semester 2018, the iimt Chair of Management in ICT conducts its practical lecture “Strategic Project Management”. Students on Master-Level get all necessary theoretical as well as practical skills for leading projects successfully. Dr. Wolfgang Straub, partner at Augsburger Deutsch & Partner since 2015, shared his Know-How and practical experiences in the field of IT-contracts with our students. We would like to thank Dr. Wolfgang Straub for his valuable insights.

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The Change Box - ideas@iimt

The time has come! If you have something in mind you would like to change then take your opportunity to bring change by filling out one of the forms you will find next to the Change Box or visit for online participation.

Since monday a pilot project is running, giving students and employees the opportunity to express their ideas through a simple way called Change Box.
You can find the Change Box in Pérolles 21, as well as in Pérolles 10!


iimt at the 3rd NEST conference

The 3rd Network of Early career researchers in Sustainable Transitions (NEST) conference took place on March 15th and 16th at the Copernicus Institute of Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands; with the iimt being represented by Dr. Anton Sentic, who was also one of the founding members of the NEST and is still active as part of the network’s steering committee.

The conference brought together 70 early career researchers from across Europe as well as a few intercontinental participants, and consisted of peer-reviewed presentations by the participants as well as skills-oriented workshops and two keynote speeches by leading academics from the Transitions Studies field.

Anton participated in the conference with a presentation titled “Challenges for combined heat and power in highly developed urban settings: A transitions-based review of the factors influencing urban CHP development in London” which combined findings from his doctoral research project with a focus on innovation niches reflected and continued in his current work at the iimt. Further, as part of the network steering committee he participated in committee meetings, including the selection process for the next conference location and organizing team.


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