Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences
PROF. DR. HANS-GERHARD SEEBA is Professor for General Business Management at Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences at Campus Wolfsburg, focussing on the automotive industry. In addition, he is the director of the Institute of Automotive Management (IAM) and lecturer at the Volkswagen AutoUni which provides training programs for senior managers in the component factories and sales departments.
Professor for Logisticmanagement, University St. Gallen
PROF. DR. WOLFGANG STÖLZLE is Managing Director of the Chair of Logistics Management at the Universityof St.Gallen and Director of the Diploma-Program of Advanced Studies in Logistics Management. His field of research includes logistics and supply chain management, as well as transportation and sustainability management.
Director, IMB Institute of Management Berlin
PROF. DR. MATTHIAS TOMENENDAL is a Professor of Management and Consulting at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and the Director of the IMB Institute of Management Berlin. He holds business degrees from the Universities of Bielefeld, Georgia (USA) and Saarland and has worked as a strategy consultant for the Boston Consulting Group.
Professorship for Supply Chain und Operations Management, Berlin School of Economics and Law
PROF. DR. ALEXANDER TSIPOULANIDIS is an expert in Supply Chain and Operations Management (SCOM), Lean Management / Operational Excellence, Digital Transformation and Material Flow, Factory Planning and Factory Operations. Before his academic activities as a professor, he worked in various senior positions at ABB, DaimlerChrysler and Bombardier Transportation.
Professorship for Logistics Management, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
PROF. DR. STEPHAN M. WAGNER is Full Professor, holds the Kuehne Foundation-sponsored Chair of Logistics Management, and is Director of the Executive MBA in Supply Chain Management at the ETH Zurich. His supply chain, purchasing and logistics research focuses on topics related to strategy, networks, relationships, behavioral issues, risk, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
PROF. DR.- ING HABIL GERD WITT is Professor für production processes and machine-tools at Gerhard-Mercator-Universität Duisburg. Primarily he focuses on additive manufacturing and developed his professorship to one of the most advanced research institutes in Germany on this issue. Prof. Witt was deeply involved in developing and making the Rapid Prototyping - the additive manufacturing processes - industry-relevant.
Vice-President, Berlin School of Economics and Law
PROF DR. ANDREAS ZABY worked as strategy consultant at Bain & Company in Munich and Zurich. Afterwards, he became Chief Financial Officer at a biopharmaceutical company with sites in Germany and the USA. Now, he teaches International Management, Innovation and Technology Management, Venture Capital Finance at the Berlin School of Economics and Law, where he is also the President.