PhD defence by David Fernández Guerrero
Title of the lecture: Dynamics of industry-university collaboration across metropolitan and non-metropolitan/peripheral regions: A method for analysis and how it could be extended to large countries with a high degree of diversity across regions. NB. Due to the Covid-19 situation the thesis will be defended digitally via Microsoft Teams.
01.10.2020 kl. 13.00 - 16.00
Title of the thesis: Industry-university collaboration in different types of regions.
David's thesis explores the role of factors associated with industry-university collaboration in metropolitan and non-metropolitan regions in Denmark, Norway and Portugal. The factors include the role played by universities' actions to promote collaboration with regional firms, university graduates' links with firms, and firms' links with other organisations than universities, in particular research and technology organisations.
12:40: Pre-meeting, assessment committee, moderator
13:00: Welcome by Moderator
13:05: PhD presentation (40 min)
14:00: Opponents examination
15:30: Questions from the audience
16.00: End of defence
MEMBERS OF THE ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE
- Associate Professor Allan Næs Gjerding, Aalborg University Business School (chair)
- Research Fellow Pablo D’Este, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Polytechnic University of Valencia
- Associate Professor Valentina Tartari, Copenhagen Business School
Professor MSO Ina Drejer, Aalborg University Business School
Professor, Head of Aalborg University Business School Christian Nielsen
Associate Professor, Jens Holmgren, Aalborg University Business School
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Due to the Covid-19 situation the thesis will be defended digitally via Microsoft Teams. Please click here to participate.
Be aware that you must be muted during the whole defence, also your camera must be off.
Please be present at least 15 minutes before the defence begins. The channel opens at 12:30.
Participants will during the first break email their questions to Christian Nielsen: email@example.com. If there are no questions, the assessment committee joins in another meeting and evaluates. Participants stay in the “Defence meeting” and wait for the assessment committee to join the “Defence meeting” again.
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