Dr Margarete Remmert-Rieper
Dr Margarete Remmert-Rieper joined Tutech in 2006 as a Senior Consultant for EU-funded projects. She now heads up the business development activities on research and innovation-related training programmes. She has coordinated a number of regionally and EU-funded projects aimed at strengthening SMEs in their innovation management competencies. She has coordinated projects aimed at helping early career researchers gain complementary skills in research management and entrepreneurship, including the Lifelong Learning Erasmus Knowledge Alliance in the area entrepreneurship training (HEKATE). Currently Margarete is a consultant for INNOKAM Services offered through the Enterprise Europe Network aimed at helping SMEs develop a more strategic approach to innovation. Her consultancy assignments include supporting the City Administrations of Hamburg and Copenhagen on Smart City projects relating to sustainable urban solutions.
Margarete has a PhD in chemistry and an additional graduate qualification in economics for scientists. She has lectured in environmental protection and run her own consultancy giving SMEs advice on environmental matters and innovation. She has been an evaluator for the EU Framework Programme. Margarete has over twenty years’ experience as a trainer.
Events with Dr Margarete Remmert-Rieper
Dr Margarete Remmert-Rieper
Thomas Koch PhD
Thomas Koch provides training and guidance for early career researchers to realise their research ideas and career objectives. He also supports higher education institutions and research institutes in research-related strategic initiatives.
Holding a PhD in physical chemistry from the UK, he has eleven years of experience as a researcher throughout Europe and thirteen years of experience as a professional in research management and administration at higher education institutions in Germany. He held a variety of senior positions at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (2011–2015) and at Ruhr University of Bochum (2002–2011) delivering high-level support and advisory services for both researchers and university top management. His professional focus covered research strategy, external research funding, knowledge and technology transfer as well as early career researcher development. Since 2016 he has been working as a freelance consultant providing expert training and consultancy services in higher education and research management.
How to develop a strategic plan for funding your research
Thomas Koch, PhD
Jo Dawes is a British journalist with a degree in modern languages and has worked since 2006 as a self-employed writer, editor and translator.
After graduating in German and French from the University of London, she worked for ten years on the editorial teams of a leading London picture agency and specialist publications in the agricultural and countryside sector.
Jo Dawes has lived in northern Germany since 1994. She ran the press and public affairs section of the British Consulate General in Hamburg until its closure in 2006.
Monica Schofield has over thirty years’ experience of innovation management in industry large and small in Sweden, the UK and Germany. Aside from her industrial career in robotics, she is the co-founder of a robotic sensing company, founding editor of the International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, and has been a board member representing a major investor in an advanced software company. Since 1993 she has been an expert advisor in various capacities to the European Commission on matters relating to research and innovation policy. She has been delivering workshops and acting as a consultant on research and innovation management across Europe since 1995. Monica has a degree in engineering science from the University of Durham, is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Monica joined Tutech Innovation GmbH in 1999. She currently heads the business area Consultancy and Competence Development and is Director International Cooperation. She is responsible for leading a team providing services for researchers at Hamburg University of Technology and external clients to help them make optimal use of the opportunities provided by European funding programmes for research, innovation and regional development. This includes advising small and medium-sized enterprises on matters relating to innovation and young entrepreneurs wishing to commercialise research results. Monica is a member of the Programme Planning Committee of the European Industrial Research Management Association EIRMA (www.eirma.org) for which she also leads a task force on responsible innovation.
Events with Monica Schofield
Nina Stedman has been a Lector at the Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik of the University of Hamburg since 2003, specialising in British politics and current affairs. She is British by birth, and bilingual by upbringing. Before taking up her current teaching position, she held the postgraduate post as director of the theatre workshop at the Institute. She has an MA in English and modern languages (German and French), and she is a London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Private Secretary as well as an alumna of SCT at Cornell University and of the Salzburg Seminar. In the past, she has taught workshops at the joint British Council/DAAD lecturers’ seminar at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, the Jahrestagung der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft and the Landesinstitut für Lehrerbildung Hamburg, among others.
Stuart Bugg, BA, LL.B (Hons), M.Jur (Dist) was born in Kingston-upon-Hull, England. He read politics and law at Victoria University, Wellington and the University of Auckland, New Zealand. In 1982 he became World Universities Champion in ‘Public Speaking and Debating’ at the University of Toronto, Canada. Since 1983, Stuart has been resident in Germany, having completed his thesis and dissertation on comparative aspects in Anglo-German law. In 1985 he was a tutor in law at the University of Auckland and since that time has also lectured at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Legal English and at the University of Maryland (European Division) in Business Law. Stuart Bugg is a Solicitor (England and Wales) and a Barrister (New Zealand). He now practises law in Nuremberg, Germany with German colleagues and is a member of the Law Society (England & Wales), Deutscher Anwaltverein, New Zealand Law Socety (N.Z.) as well as the Nuremberg Regional Law Society (Rechtsanwaltskammer Nuremberg).