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“The exploration of the future and the development of suitable analytical methods in the context of Foresight, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science towards Smart Data is passion and challenge at the same time.”

Dr. Kerstin Goluchowicz

goluchowicz@iit-berlin.de
+49 (0) 30 310078-5769

Focal areas of work

  • development of methods for technology foresight, technology intelligence, innovation indicators and innovation research
  • innovation and technology assessment, trend monitoring, technology foresight
  • data analytics, text and data mining, network analysis, multivariate data analysis and statistics, data visualization
  • future of work

Curriculum Vitae

Kerstin Goluchowicz is a business mathematician, holds a PhD in economics with a focus on standardization foresight, and is an expert in data analytics and technology foresight. Since 2018, she has been working as a consultant/senior consultant for VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH. She is working on topics related to foresight and digitalization in various project contexts. Current focus of her work is on the interplay between technology, organization, and skills, innovation indicators, and trend and foresight studies for various technology fields. As a lead analyst, she leads the development of methods and systems for text mining, data structuring and visualization at VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH.

Before joining VDI/VDE-IT, Ms. Goluchowicz worked as a project staff member and trend scout at inpro Innovationsgesellschaft für fortgeschrittene Produktionssysteme in der Fahrzeugindustrie mbH in the area of innovation management and technology watch and was responsible, among other things, for method development for technology foresight and data mining. Previously, she worked for eight years as a research assistant at the Chair of Innovation Economics (Endowed Chair of FhG ISI and FhG Fokus, respectively) at the TU Berlin.

Lectureship

  • guest scholar at the chair of innovation economics at TU Berlin

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