- Chief Executive Officer
- Place of employment
- Works at
- Infineon Technologies Austria AG
1990 Researcher, doctoral studies and post-doctoral research at Immuno AG 1996 Head of Unit and Deputy Director of the Bureau for International Research and Technology Cooperation (BIT) 2003 Internships at the U.S. National Science Foundation and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, collaboration with the Science Advisor at the U.S. Department of State, Washington DC
2003 Vice-Rector for Research Management and International Cooperation at the Medical University of Graz 2006 Director of the Division of European and International Programs at the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), Vienna 2010 Fulbright Scholar at George Washington University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, Washington DC Since August 2011 Member of the Management Board of Infineon Technologies Austria AG Since January 2012 Chief Technology Officer at Infineon Technologies Austria AG Since April 2014 Chief Executive Officer of Infineon Technologies Austria AG.
Member of the Austrian Council for Research and Technology Development Vice-Chairwoman of the European Commission’s Connect Advisory Forum (CAF), Directorate General CONNECT Member of the European Commission’s high-level Expert Group for the ex-post Evaluation of the Seventh EU Research Framework Programme Jury member of the European Commission’s Prize for Women Innovators, Directorate General for Research and Innovation.
Industry-driven pilot lines in semiconductor industry
Track & Session
Pilot lines facilitating innovation ecosystems
23 June, 13:30-15:30hr New collaborations - Building European Innovation ecosystems