ERI Brownbag seminar
The brownbag seminars are a series of internal research events by the TUM Entrepreneurship Research Institute (TUM ERI) and usually takes place once a month. In the seminar, our entrepreneurship scholars present research-related themes and current research work. We cover a broad range of topics in entrepreneurship, from cognitive processes of opportunity recognition, to strategic topics surrounding opportunity exploitation, and their respective consequences for personal, team, new venture outcomes. In that regard, the studies presented in the seminar can be equally conducted on individual, team, and organizational levels. The types of presentations and maturity of the research varies, ranging from initial research ideas to full papers.
If you are interested in attending the seminar, please get in touch with David Huber. As some of the topics presented may be early stage ideas or confidential works in progress, we will let you know which sessions would be suitable for guests to attend. The seminars usually take place on Thursdays, 1-2 p.m. at the TUM ERI building in Garching.
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