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Symposium 2014 "Neue Arbeitswelten für Innovationen und Effizienz":

Unser erstes und zweites Symposium "Neue Arbeitswelten" an der ETH Zürich und bei Novartis in Basel hat mit 130 Teilnehmern grossen Anklang gefunden. Daher freuen wir uns den Termin für das nächste Symposium rund um die Themen Arbeitswelten, Architektur, Kunst, Forschung, Innovation und Kommunikation bekannt geben zu können: Mittwoch, 2. April 2014

Wieder ganz besonders ist diesmal der Veranstaltungsort: Das Symposium wird bei der Vitra AG in Weil am Rhein mit Führung durch das Vitra-Museum stattfinden. 

Merken Sie sich den Termin doch schon einmal vor. Weitere Informationen finden Sie in Kürze hier. Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich gerne an: Annina Coradi

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Alexander Schicker


MSc Alexander Schicker
Technology and Innovation Management
SEC D 2
Scheuchzerstrasse 7
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND

Phone: +41 44 632 05 75
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Research Interests | Curriculum Vitae

 

Alexander Schicker worked as a scientific collaborator at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich). He belonged to the research group of Prof. Dr. Roman Boutellier, who chairs the fields of Technology and Innovation Management at the Department «Management, Technology, and Economics» (D-MTEC).

Alexander Schicker was born on March 30, 1974 in Baar, Switzerland. He made an apprenticeship in banking and worked for six years in the banking industry in different fields, but mainly in finance and portfolio management. From 1997 to 2000 he attended the matura for adults at the Kantonsschule Reussbühl. In 2000 he left the finance community and began his studies in natural sciences, which were completed in 2006, when he received the degree in natural science with focus on biotechnology from the ETH in Zurich. His majors were bioprocess engineering, gene- and enzyme technology, microbiology, pharmacology and business economics.
In 2004 he studied for six months at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, USA. The focus of the studies was functional genomics, molecular genetics, animal viruses and conservation biology. Additionally, he took part in a research project about matrix-proteins of influenza viruses.

Research Interest

His research interests lie in the M&A and alliance activities between the biotech and pharmaceutical industry and the valuation of biotechnology companies and their R&D projects.

Curriculum Vitae

Education
12/2006-06/2008 Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
10/2003 – 03/2006 ETH Zurich, Master of Science ETH in biology
Specialization in biotechnology
Majors:
• bioprocess engineering
• gene- and enzyme technology
• microbiology
• pharmacology
• business economics
10/2001 – 10/2003 ETH Zurich, basic studies in biology
10/2000 – 7/2001 ETH Zurich, environmental Sciences
02/1997 – 06/2000 Kantonsschule Reussbühl, Maturity
08/1991 – 08/1994 Apprenticeship, Swiss Volksbank, Zug
Work Experience
06/1997 – 07/2000 Portfolio Manager, Credit Suisse Private Banking, Zug and Luzern
07/1996 – 05/1997 Relationship Manager Assistent, Credit Suisse Private Banking, Zug
09/1994 – 06/1996 Adviser Cash Service, Swiss Volksbank, Zug
Publications
04/2008 "Cyclic AMP-dependent catabolite repression is the dominant control mechanism of metabolic fluxes under glucose limitation in Escherichia coli", published in "Journal of Bacteriology", Vol. 190, No. 7, S. 2323-2330
11/2007 "Outsourcing Drug Discovery to China and India", published in "Drug Discovery and Design", November 27, 2007
02/2006 „Nonlinear Dependency of Intracellular Fluxes on Growth Rate in Miniaturized Continuous Cultures of Escherichia coli“, published in “Applied and Environmental Microbiology”, Vol. 72, No. 2, S. 1164-1172
 

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