Post-doctoral researcher Ekaterina Albats

  • E-mail: Ekaterina.Albats@lut.fi
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Current Organisation

Academic position in LUT: Post Doctoral Researcher

Biography

D. Sc. (Tech.) Ekaterina Albats is a postdoctoral researcher at LUT University, School of Business and Management, Finland. Ekaterina works in the fields of innovation and technology management, open innovation, and university-industry collaboration. Ekaterina has been running multiple research and consulting projects on open innovation and business model development, knowledge transfer, published her research results in multiple academic journals and books. Among the past projects most relevant to this piece, Ekaterina has been managing The Open Innovation Academic Network (www.oi-net.eu), led the working group in the INSPIRE project on open innovation in SMEs (www.inspire-smes.com), managed the work on Business Model Development in the platform development project C3PO (www.itea4.org/project/c3po.html) on smart city co-design. Of the latest projects, during a two-year postdoctoral appointment at Stanford University, The Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research, Ekaterina has been researching knowledge and technology transfer at Stanford and Silicon Valley, as well as explored the role of digital platforms in facilitating academia-business collaboration. Ekaterina has published her work in such highly ranked academic journals as Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Journal of Business Research, and Journal of Technology Transfer. Ekaterina has also been serving as a guest Editor at the Triple Helix Journal.


Research Interests

Ekaterina Albats, D. Sc. (Tech.), is a postdoctoral researcher, lecturer and project manager at the School of Business and Management, Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Finland. Ekaterina’s research expertise lies in the fields of open innovation, university–industry collaboration, and academic entrepreneurship. Currently, Ekaterina is managing the INSPIRE project (www.inspire-smes.eu) on leveraging open innovation in SMEs and UniBus project, which aims to support the development of a digital infrastructure for university-business collaboration. Ekaterina is a member of the Open Innovation Academic Network (www.oi-net.eu), which brings academics and practitioners together to build a curriculum on open innovation.


Teaching Experience

university-industry collaboration, National Innovation Systems, Research methods, open innovation, Business in Russia, Entrepreneurship


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Last updated on 2022-15-01 at 01:37