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07.00 (CEST)
International IFE-Workshop

Name of hosts:

Minden Campus, IFE (Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Anwendungsentwicklung in der Umweltinformatik/ Interdisciplinary research and application development in environmental informatics)

Name of guests:

Prof. Dr. Nowshad Amin, Dr. Mohammad Shakeri, Prof. Dr. Kun Ding, Dr. Jingwei Zhang,  Dr. Amornrat Limmanee and others

Title of event:

International IFE-Workshop

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

07.00 - 12.00

Zoom-Link of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following study
programmes and target groups:

Students and staff of Minden Campus and the WARSAW School of Business, partner from the research projects at home and abroad

Content of event:

Session 1 - “Solar Computing”
Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Frank Hamelmann
Every contribution with 15 minutes talk + 5 minutes discussion

07.00

Prof. Dr. Nowshad Amin (Universiti Tenaga Nasional,

Malaysia) “Solar Photovoltaics: Our Trustworthiness for Reliable

Energy Provision by 2050”

07.20

Dr. Mohammad Shakeri (Universiti tenaga nasional,

Malaysia) “Adaption of the home energy management system in

smart grid application to increase the efficiency of Demand

Response Programs”

07.40

Prof. Dr. Kun Ding (Hohai University, China) “Research on PV array fault diagnosis and health status assessment”

08.00

Dr. Jingwei Zhang (Hohai University, China) “Degradation trend analysis of PV module based on probability evolution of model parameters”

08.20

Ismail KAAYA (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany), ”Progress in PV Lifetime Prediction”

08.40

Dr. Amornrat Limmanee (NECTEC Bangkok, Thailand) “Solar PV Growth in Thailand during the Coronvirus Pandemic”

09.00

Li Feng (FH Bielefeld) ” Application of Modelling and Simulation in

Digital Photovoltaics”

09.20

Sebastian Hempelmann (FH Bielefeld) „PVDigital4.0 - Machine Learning algorithms on PV-Monitoring Data„

09.40

Felix Meyer (FH Bielefeld) „iPVModule – intelligent DataBase on PV-Moduls”



Session 2 - “Collaborative Teaching in international classes”
Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Grit Behrens

10.00

Greetings from Dean of Campus Minden Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Prof. Oliver Nister

10.10

Prof. Canan Yıldız (Turkish-German University Istanbul, Turkey)/ Prof. Carsten Gips “Collaborative Teaching in AI-Lessons”

10.30

Discussion on collaborative teaching possibilities



Session 3 - “Sustainability and Machine Learning”
Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Carsten Gips
Every contribution with 15 minutes talk and 5 minutes discussion

10.40

Prof. Pawel Bartoszczuk (Szkola Glowna Handlowa, Warsow, Poland)
“Eco-innovations in polish enterprises“

11.00

Matthias Lutz (FH Bielefeld) “Modern Feature Engineering: Transfer of DWG

topologies into learnable graph structures with modeled domain

knowledge”

11.20

Klaus Schlender (FH Bielefeld)“Lightweight and scalable measurement system with modular sensor technology providing adaptive sensor recording

and calculation by optimized preprocessing data, smart machine

learning algorithms and user-friendly data visualization”

11.40

Discussion and end of the workshop

 

09.30 (CEST)
My Leadership Journey First Session

Name of host:

Ass. jur. Nermin Köklüce

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. Burcu Güneri Cangarli

Title of event:

My Leadership Journey First Session

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

09.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Limit of participants:

20

Content of event:

This 6 hours lecture (3+3) will start with a critical view on main assumptions about leadership. Then, based on the methods developed in material engagement theory students will discuss their beliefs about their own leadership capacity. Using music, photography and various objects (finger puppets, Lego bricks, toys), they will also discover their deep beliefs about what may hinder their capacity. This will be beginning of their leadership journey, as the more understand themselves, the better they develop their capacity on leadership.

Dr. Burcu GÜNERİ ÇANGARLI received her Ph.D. degree from Izmir University of Economics (IUE), in the field of organizational behaviour in 2009. Since then, she has had several roles at IUE. Currently, she has been working as a full professor in the field of management and Dean of the Business Faculty.Burcu is fascinated to understand ways for designing and sustaining workplace environments where people can actualise their potential through making a positive impact on their own lives, stakeholders and community and the region. Therefore, her research areas are concentrated to leadership, ethics, culture and entrepreneurship. Moreover, she is exceedingly interested to share her knowledge with different parties; her undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, and practitioners. She published scholarly articles in reputable journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Management Development, and Human Relations. Currently, she has been leading a British Council Newton Fund project about innovative entrepreneurship education and research in partnership with University of West of England.

09.30 (CEST)
Personal Documentation (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Dipl.-Des. Katharina Bosse

Name of guest:

Yulie Cohen

Title of event:

Personal Documentation

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Time of event:

09.30 – 16.00 (break from 12.00 – 13.00)

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

yuliecohen@gmail.com

Registration deadline:

29.04.21

Open for the following
study programmes:

A & MA students: Art, Design, Industrial Design, Visual communication, Photography, Video, Filmmaking, animation, Fashion, Jewellery, Ceramics - all studies with the Art & Design.

Limit of participants:

10

Content of event:

The workshop focuses on self-documentation, which usually takes place within the intimate framework of the family, and in the relationships between the speaking individual and social institutions (family, government, etc.). The course, centered on self-documentation, represents, among other things, a dominant cultural trend today that encourages self-exposure, but, unlike uncritical “selfie culture,” it emphasizes the difference and the distinctive nature of personal documentation as an autobiographical record that usually includes the intersection between the private sphere and the public and political one.

Yulie Cohen is a Filmmaker and a distinguished lecturer.  Earned a degree in Sociology & Anthropology from Tel Aviv University (1981), and an MA with distinction in Communication Arts from the New York Institute of Technology (1984).
Worked in films in New York and Los Angeles, returning to Israel in 1988 for the birth of the first of two daughters.
Since 1993, Yulie has directed and/or produced many documentaries. Her films, including the acclaimed trilogy My Terrorist (2002), My Land Zion (2004) and My Brother (2007) have been shown at international film festivals, translated to more than 20 languages, broadcast worldwide by many television channels, purchased by the libraries of dozens of academies, and discussed at conferences in Israel and abroad. Cohen was awarded the Art of Film prize at the Jerusalem Film Festival in 2005.
My Israel (2008) was commissioned by BBC and was based on the trilogy.  A Minor Shrine For Our Love (2014) was curated for Dani Karavan's exhibition 50 years of the Negev Monument in The Negev Museum of Art.  Our Natural Right (2020) was premiered in Tel Aviv Solidarity Film Festival. Since 2008, she has been teaching at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem including the course Personal Documentation in the M.Des. degree programme of visual communications at Bezalel.

10.00 (CEST)
Masterclass-Workshop with Lucas Gutierrez: artistic visualization and spatial motion graphics

Name of host:

Prof. Florian Kühnle

Name of guest:

Lucas Gutierrez

Title of event:

Masterclass-Workshop with Lucas Gutierrez: artistic visualization and spatial motion graphics.

Type of event:

Lecture, Workshop

Time of event:

10.00 - 13.30 

Zoomlink of event:

After registration via mail

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

florian.kuehnle@fh-bielefeld.de

Registration deadline:

27.04.21

Open for the following
study programme:

Design

Limit of participants:

Presentation (10-11): 20
Masterclass (11-13:30): 6

Content of event:

Digital artist and industrial designer Lucas Gutierrez creates audio-visual performances and spatial motion graphics. Lucas has worked among others with Hito Steyerl, Robert Lippok or Cro, as well as for festivals like CTM or Mutek. He blends influences ranging from post-work anthropology to the abstract quotes borrowed from 3D modelling, often addressing current social fears and dystopias while using a language of colourful, chaotic metaphysics.
The masterclass consists of an insight talk by Lucas about his own creative process (10:00-11:00) and subsequent feedback sessions (11:00-13:30) with Lucas on participant projects afterwards. If participants want to have a feedback session on an individual project from Lucas, they are expected to shortly present the project in the Zoom session.

Lucas Gutierrez is a digital artist and industrial designer based in Berlin. He has been engaged in various disciplines, from lectures, workshops and audio-visual performances to video art projects focused on the new paradigms of digital culture. Deeply involved in the remix culture and real time AV session projects in which he blends influences of different contexts – from post-work anthropology to the abstract quotes from 3D modelling for industrial design. His narrative is often quoting current social fears and dystopias, but mostly using the language of colourful, chaotic metaphysics. His most recent talks and performances were in Sonar+D and MUTEK (Argentina/Mexico), ZKM – Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe, NYU Berlin, exhibitions at The New Infinity | Berliner Festspiele | Immersion, XS Gallery (Poland), Aperto Raum and CTM / transmediale  (Berlin, Germany). Within the last years, Lucas gave lectures at UdK – Universität der Künste Berlin and Kunsthochschule Weißensee in the fields of real-time visualization, spatial motion graphics and visuals.

10.00 (CEST)
R&D projects to support E-Mobility in Morocco

Name of host:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Haubrock

Name of guest:

Dr. Aboubakr Benazzouz

Title of event:

R&D projects to support E-Mobility in Morocco

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

10.00 - 10.45

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programme:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

The lecture will present the current research work at IRESEN in Morocco and give an overview of the cooperation in research between the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld and IRESEN. Furthermore, it will inform about possibilities of research stays for German students in Morocco.

Mr. Aboubakr BENAZZOUZ (AB) is the Head of Smart Grids Group at the Green Energy Park. AB was involved in international projects on outdoor testing and characterization of PV technologies (PV modules, PV systems, solar trackers) in partnership with international PV modules manufacturers such as First Solar, DSM Materials in the Green Energy Park. AB has as well been involved in the development and commissioning of PV projects in Morocco as a technical consultant for different applications agriculture, e-mobility, residential, microgrids and large scale power plants. AB is currently involved in international projects in regard to the integration of PV into the grid (PV impact studies, PV power optimization, risk assessment) and the optimization of solar microgrids in the African context. AB has as well been active in projects related to electric-mobility such as the design of public charging infrastructure, data collection from charging infrastructure and design of innovative PV carport for charging electric vehicles.

11.00 (CEST)

Vestimentary protest: clothing as visualized resistance and agency

Name of host:

Prof. Philipp Rupp

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. Renate Stauss

Title of event:

Vestimentary protest: clothing as visualized resistance and agency

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

11.00 - 17.00

Zoomlink of event:

Participants will be informed of the exact dates and zoom links when they register

Language of event:

German

Registration with:

philipp.rupp@fh-bielefeld.de

Open for the following
study programme:

Fashion

Limit of participants:

15

Content of event:

Political dissent has been manifested and materialised through clothing for centuries. All over the world, vestimentary symbols are used - on the body or autonomously - to express political beliefs and protest. While their meanings vary, materiality and physicality are evocative and often unifying. We will explore together when, where and how clothing has been and can be visualised as resistance - what agency is inherent in clothing and fashion.

11.30 (CEST)
Aesthetics of the facade

Name of host:

Prof. Bettina Georg

Name of guest:

Hubertus Adam

Title of event:

Aesthetics of the facade

Type of event:

Workshop, lecture

Time of event:

11.30 – 13.00 (lecture)

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

German

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

The relationship between shell and core, between façade and constructive structure is one of the central questions of architecture. Whether the exterior of a house should reflect its interior is still a matter of disagreement today. According to Philip Johnson, modernism had ignored the issue of the façade; polemically, he wrote in 1959: "The façade is something you look at, it is an important part of the building. Ideologically, however, it has become the least important thing during the last thirty years."
In the contempt for the façade and the surface, which is also anchored in common usage ("only façade", "superficial"), the division of aesthetics into an essential and an accidental realm resonates, i.e. the devaluation of attached versus free beauty.
Since postmodernism, the subject of the façade has undoubtedly gained in importance, and in view of a multi-layered façade structure, the question arises as to how the various layers are combined and materialised - and how a monolithic façade concept is possible.

Hubertus Adam was born in Hanover in 1965 and studied art history, philosophy and archaeology at the University of Heidelberg.
Since 1992, he has worked as a freelance art, design and architecture historian and as an architecture critic for various trade journals and daily newspapers, especially the Neue Zürcher Zeitung. In 1996/97, he was editor of Bauwelt in Berlin, and in 1998, he moved to Switzerland and was editor in charge of archithese, which is published in Zurich. Since 2010, he has been artistic director of the S AM Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, and between 2013 and 2015 was its director with overall responsibility. In this function, he curated about four exhibitions per year. His exhibition programme focused on the architecture of the post-war decades from 1950 to 1980 as well as transdisciplinary projects, among others on the media of architectural mediation.
Adam has published widely on contemporary architecture, 20th-century architecture, photography, art and sculpture around 1900, design history, landscape architecture, stage design and monuments. He is active as a juror as well as a speaker, moderator and guest critic for various international institutions and universities. In 2004, he received the Swiss Art Award for the sector of art and architecture education

11.45 (CEST)
Graphical charactersitics of textile species - succolarity and lucanarity

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Andrea Ehrmann

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. hab. Tomasz Blachowicz

Title of event:

Graphical charactersitics of textile species - succolarity and lucanarity

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

11.45 - 13.15

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

  • Content of event:

Novel methods of investigating textile surfaces, especially their hairiness, with mathematical methods such as the random-walk method will be presented. The focus is on less well-known methods, such as succolarity and lucanarity.

Prof. Dr. hab. Tomasz Blachowicz:

  • Professor at SUT since 2009.
  • Habilitation in Physics completed in June 2004, "Brillouin spectroscopy in crystal lattices - acoustic and spin waves", Gdansk University, Institute of Experimental Physics, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science, Gdansk, Poland;

  • Experienced in
    • Electronics incl. laboratory electrical and optical measurements;
    • Optical and mechanical system design for spectroscopy, luminescence, medical imaging, and magneto-optics;
    • Fractals, multifractals, deterministic chaos, econophysics, geomorphology;
    • Geophysics by image processing;
    • Elastic waves (Sezawa, Rayleigh) in layered materials;
    • Spintronics, magnetoelectronics;
    • Spin waves and GHZ phonons optical spectroscopy (Brillouin light scattering - BLS);
    • Lasers (gas, solid-state) and optical system alignment;
    • Textile magnetism;
  • Particular research interests
    • Computer simulations of physical phenomena, parallel computing (Magpar), OOMMF, textile magnetism;
    • Physics of textiles; magnetism of textiles & textile magnets incl. optical methods;
    • Magnetoelectronics, exchange-bias, magnetic effects in low-dimensional structures, magnetization dynamics, spintronics by optical methods;
    • Optical spectroscopies - in crystals, metallic superlattices, semiconductors, thin layers, multilayers; acoustic phonons and magnons - BLS, MOKE, DMOKE, photoluminescence;
    • Image processing
13.00 (CEST)
Macro-regional prospects of innovational energy

Name of host:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Haubrock

Name of guest:

Dr. Stanislav Babitch

Title of event:

Macro-regional prospects of innovational energy

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

13.00 - 13.45

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event

Two crises in spring 2020, COVID crisis and falling oil prices force to re-evaluate the risks of economic development situation for each country individually. Formation of integrated energy systems as a basis of macro-regional markets is a prospective development direction. This presentation will give an overview of the current situation of the energy market (Eurasia). In addition, two projects on the development of integrated energy systems as the basis of macro-regional markets will be presented.

Dr. Stanislav Babitch:

  • Education
    • State University of Saint-Petersburg (1976-1981)
    • PhD in Economics (1991)
  • Work experience
    • Saint-Petersburg State Unversity of Economics (UNECON) - professor, more than 35 years
    • More than 100 publications
  • Courses
    • Bachelor's and Master's degrees in St. Petersburg State University of Economics: Economy of European countries; Economy of Asian countries; Energy in Europe and Asia; Energy and sustainable development; Macro-regional energy markets
  • Online School
    • "International energy markets: challenges and innovation."
  • Project Manager
    • Youth section in the annual international conference "Energetika in the XXI century: economy, policy, ecology" (2007-2020)
  • Innovative solutions in e-procurement: experience of Russian companies
    • Oil and gas e-procurement market in Russia
  • “Baltic Sea Region Decarbonization: It is the best time to decarbonize the Baltic Sea Region"
14.00 (CEST)
Ethical transformations in dialogue groups

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Cornelia Muth

Name of guest:

Dr. Tosca Wendt

Title of event:

Ethical transformations in dialogue groups

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

14.00 

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

German

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

The lecture about the question of ethical principles in professional contact.

Tosca Wendt:

  • Professional activity (selection)
    • Since 2011: director modas - your college for social pedagogy of the bildungsakademie, Vienna
    • 05/2006 – 04/2009: Head of the Competence Center for Social Work, FH Campus, Vienna
  • Study (selection)
    • 2002 – 2004: Scholar, Institute for Advanced Studies, Department of Sociology, Vienna
    • 2000 – 2004: Doctoral studies in psychology, graduated with distinction by viva voce on 24.06.04, University of Vienna
  • Research activities (selection)
    • 2008: Promotion of women in Vienna, study on behalf of MA 57, project management
    • 2007-2008: Subjective (in)safety in public space, FFG-funded project of the program KIRAS, project management
    • 2006 Demand and acceptance analysis of the study programs of the Department of Social Work of the University of Applied Sciences FH Campus Vienna, project management
16.00 (CEST)
Marketing services and quality

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Mariam Dopslaf

Name of guests:

Prof. Dr. Erika Galindo Bello, Prof. Dr. Francisco Gabriel Rodríguez González

Title of event:

Marketing services and quality

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

16.00

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Study programmes at the Faculty of Engineering and Mathematics in Bielefeld and Gütersloh

Content of event:

In this workshop, we will present the link between marketing and service quality. This will be done in a practice way via key concepts to design marketing strategies and high quality services. The participants will learn to correlate the two concepts and how to use them in their companies or personal projects.

Prof. Dr. Erika Galindo-Bello holds a Doctorate in Economics and Social Sciences with a specialization on International Marketing from Johannes Kepler University (Austria, December 2012). She is Director of the Marketing Department. She was in charge of Center for Business Outreach during 8 years, initiating collaboration agreements with around of 500 internationally recognized companies thus forming a solid portfolio of business collaboration. She has worked for companies such as San Luis Group, Rassini and Mondelez, Adams. She has worked actively in consulting projects to support SMEs. She is author of the book “Export Obstacles and Social Networks: Latin American Experiences”. She has presented results of her research in academic conferences in Mexico, Brazil, Perú and Austria. Her research field are Export strategies and Consumer behaviour.

Prof. Dr. Francisco Gabriel Rodríguez González is an associate professor at Universidad de las Americas Puebla in Mexico. He holds a Ph.D. in business administration from EGADE Business School, Mexico City, where he specialized in operations management and continuous improvement. He also holds an MBA from EGADE Business School, Mexico City, with a concentration in strategy, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Tlalpan. Dr. Rodríguez’s professional experience includes more than 13 years working as a business consultant in public and private organizations. His research interests focus on process improvement, eco-efficiency, and eco-innovation, as well as corporate sustainability. He has authored and coauthored several scientific publications, including book chapters and an entry in the SAGE Encyclopaedia of Quality and the Service Economy. He was part of the team that won the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Case Writing Competition 2017, in the “Continuous Improvement: The Journey to Excellence” category. Dr. Rodríguez is member of Beta Gamma Sigma.

16.00 (CEST)
Overview of renewable energies in Nicaragua

Name of host:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Haubrock

Name of guest:

Norman Andres Reyes Susano

Title of event:

Overview of renewable energies in Nicaragua

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

16.00 - 16.45

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event

The presentation is divided into three fundamental aspects:

  1. Context of the energy matrix and renewable energy in Nicaragua, to know the potential of the country for renewable energy projects.
  2. Potential use of geothermal energy for social, economic and environmental development, to present a study that examines the main factors required to implement a low enthalpy geothermal project in the countryside of the western region of Nicaragua, focusing on drying services.
  3. Development of a technology solution for cooling milk by biogas in farms.

 

Norman Adres Reyes Susano

  • 10/2019: Paper author at IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference: Development of a Technological Solution for the Cooling of Milk Using Biogas in Farms. Seattle, U.S.
  • 11/2018: Participation in Study Trip - "knocking on the door of digitizing ERV for integrating power grids and energy efficiency in Central America". GIZ / Program 4E / SICA / CECACIER. Berlin, Germany
  • 03-08/2018: Project Manager at Smart Grid Analysis Laboratory (SGAL) Compressed of a Power Lines Laboratory and a Renewable Energy Laboratory ”. In the initiative “Clean Energy Finance Facility for the Caribbean and Central America (CEFF-CCA)”. March-August 2018.
  • 03-08/2018: Project Manager “Software Development”. In the initiative “Clean Energy Finance Facility for the Caribbean and Central America (CEFF-CCA)”.
  • 03-09/2018: Project Manager Diagnosis of Family and Productive Units Not Serviced by the National Electric Network in Las Segovias Region of Nicaragua. In the initiative "Clean Energy Finance Facility for the Caribbean and Central America (CEFF-CCA)"
17.00 (CEST)
Interdisciplinary Innovative methods in practice

Name of host:

Ass. jur. Nermin Köklüce

Name of guests:

Dr. Mikhail Nemilentsev, Dr. Veronique Sanguinetti

Title of event:

Interdisciplinary Innovative methods in practice

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

17.00 (30 min. theory teaching + 45 min. practicing)

Link of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes and target groups:

Students and lecturers of FH Bielefeld and guests of the International Week

Content of event:

It will give the students the opportunity to practice creative methods that can be usefull for problem solving and innovation.
Methods of lateral thinking, intercultural aspects in new product and new service development & design thinking will be presented. Most methods will also be trained during the workshop. Continuous feedback and interaction with teachers and students will be offered.

Dr. Mikhail Nemilentsev:

  • Degrees: 22.08.2013 Doctoral Degree in Economics (KTT). Major subject – Entrepreneurship. University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä School of Business and Economics. Finland.
  • 04.02.2013 Ph.D. Degree in Economics. Major subject – Pricing; Saint-Petersburg State Economic University. Department of Finance. Russia.
  • Current employment: 01.01.2018-till present – Principal Lecturer, Head of BBA Programme in International Business, Head and Studies Coordinator of MBA Programme in International Business Management, Coordinator of Double Degree Programmes, Project Manager and Project Expert (Creative Industries –Unit), Department of International Business (Kouvola), South-Eastern University of Applied Sciences (XAMK). Finland.
  • Research interests in entrepreneurship, innovation, economic clusters, entrepreneurship education, and family business. Project manager, project expert and project developer in multiple RDI projects incl. Finland-Russia cross-border and Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programmes as well as Finnish national and regional entrepreneurship development projects with the aim to boost international and regional entrepreneurship in Finland.
  • Certified teacher in international higher education, holder of the diploma of Finnish national programme “RDI-expert coaching”, Innovation and Commercialisation track.

Dr. Veronique Sanguinetti has been teaching innovation management and business ethics since 2012, at Université Polytechnique des Hauts de France, France, in the business and management Department (IAE Valenciennes).
She defended her thesis in 2019, on the following subject “Open source within organizations: weaving together open business model and community involvement”, mixing qualitative and quantitative techniques.
She is now a lecturer in innovation and design thinking, always at the same department and university.
She is affiliated to the CRISS department. She is doing research on open business models, and how their adoption affect incumbent organisations.

18.00 (CEST)
Labour and productions in the fashion industry

Name of host:

Prof. Philipp Rupp

Name of guest:

Dr. Guilia Mensitieri

Title of event:

Labour and productions in the fashion industry

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

18.00 - 21.00 

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

This workshop will seek to provide a critical approach and new analytical tools to study the creative productions in the fashion industry.

Dr. Giulia Mensitieri is a social anthropologist and ethnologist (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales de Paris). Through her ethnographic researches in the fashion industry, she explores the transformations of labour, the new forms of exploitation and subjectivation, and the political weight of imaginaries in contemporary capitalism. She is the author of the book The Most Beautiful Job in The World.

Masks - augmented personality (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Philipp Rupp

Name of guest:

Christine Rösch

Title of event:

Masks - augmented personality

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Time of event:

18.00 - 21.00 

Zoomlink of event:

Participants will be informed of the exact dates and zoom links when they register

Language of event:

German

Registration with:

philipp.rupp@fh-bielefeld.de

Open for the following
study programme:

Fashion/KD

Limit of participants:

15

Content of event:

The workshop Masks - augmented personality opens up a refreshing space for intuitive creation and the fun material, texture and colour composition of a mask with a concise character, and invites inspiring exchange and critical reflection on linked themes such as up-cycling, queer culture, the question of inspiration and cultural appropriation or the restitution of cultural heritage.

Christine Rösch is a fashion designer and lecturer at the Universities of Art and Design in Basel and Geneva.
After her initial professional experiences at the traditional Paris fashion house Sonia Rykiel and the avant-garde Maison Martin Margiela, she contributed to shape the menswear brand Raf Simons as the Joint Head Designer for several years. To expand those experiences, she took the role as the Head of Apparel at the fast-growing high-performance company On-running in Zurich. Since 2017, Christine is further enrolled as a lecturer and jury member in the Basel Institute of Fashion and is currently co-responsible for the MA2 program at the HEAD in Geneva, while pursuing the MA program in Art History and Iconic Theory at the University of Basel.

 

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Short-Netiquette for online events during the IW

Please be sure to follow the Short-Netiquette for online events during International Week.

Information on data protection for the use of Zoom

You can find the data protection information for the use of Zoom in the download box under the following link: https://www.fh-bielefeld.de/dvz/zoom

Guarantee on the content and framework conditions of the events

No guarantee or liability can be assumed for the correctness, topicality and completeness of the content and information provided here. The hosts of the respective events are responsible for the content and general conditions. Changes at short notice are possible.