RCODI is led by founder Sabine Brunswicker. Our entrepreneurial and interdisciplinary team will drive and study the revolution of innovation.
An internationally recognized innovation researcher and thought leader with a particular interest in open innovation and ecosystems. She is an Associate Professor for Innovation and Director of the Research Center for Open Digital Innovation at Purdue University. Full bio available here.
Jeremiah Johnson studied Information Systems in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. Prior to pursuing a doctorate, Jeremiah was employed as a Systems Analyst by SAIC at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque. His research interests include Online Communities, Collective Preference, Anonymity, and Open Innovation. Recently, his research focus has been on the development and use of Governmental Data for civic interests, with a particular focus on the communities that enable this unique form of Open Innovation. Jeremiah has researched collaboration and conflict in a number of online communities, ranging from Wikipedia to reddit, and enjoys leveraging the power and flexibility of big data to reveal how and why participants choose to interact with each other to solve problems.
Esteve Almirall, ESADE
Esteve is a lecturer in the Department of Information Systems Management and URL Contracted Doctoral Professor. He studies the intersection between technology and innovation and how IT is changing the way we innovate: from the individual inventor to ecosystems, from owing and buying innovations to benefiting from innovations created by others by aligning incentives and motivations.
Elisa Bertino, Purdue University
Elisa is a professor at the Department of Computer Science, Director of the Cyber Center (Discovery Park), and Research Director of CERIAS. Her main research interests cover many areas in the fields of information security and database systems. Her research combines both theoretical and practical aspects, addressing as well applications on a number of domains, such as medicine and humanities.
Henry Chesbrough, University of California, Berkeley
Henry is the Executive Director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, Executive Director of the Program in Open Innovation, and Adjunct Professor at the Haas School of Business. He is the first person to clearly define the new innovation strategy that is restructuring R&D worldwide: open innovation, which seeks and develops new ideas found outside your own organization and licenses to others your own intellectual property.
Johann Füller, University of Innsbruck and Hyve AG
Johann is a professor and chair for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Department of Strategic Management, Marketing, and Tourism at the University of Innsbruck, Austria and the founder and CEO of Hyve AG. Before joining HYVE AG, he worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers in the field of strategic change.
Gerhard Klimeck, Purdue
Gerhard is the Reilly Director of the Center for Predictive Materials and Devices (c-PRIMED) and the NCN (Network for Computational Nanotechnology) and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research interest is the modeling of nanoelectronic devices, genetic algorithm based optimization, and image processing.
Ann Majchrzak, University of Southern California
Ann is Professor of Data Sciences and Operations at the Marshall School of Business. She studies how information systems can support worker agility and ingenuity in collaborative settings. She has investigated information systems support for distributed teams, knowledge-sharing and creation, and corporate wiki use.
Sorin Matei, Purdue University
Sorin is Associate Professor in the Brian Lamb School of Communication and Discovery Park Fellow. He studies the relationship between information technology, social structures in knowledge markets. His latest project, Kredible.Net is dedicated to creating a community of scholars interested in reputation and authority on social media.
Wim Vanhaverbeke, Hasselt University and ESADE
Wim is professor Innovation Management & Strategy at the Hasselt University, and visiting professor at the ESADE Business School and National University of Singapore. He is a speaker, author and consultant specialized in the organization and management of open and collaborative innovation.
Markus Schimmer is a Senior Research Scholar at the Institute of Management of the University of St.Gallen Switzerland and a research affiliate of Purdue University`s Research Center for Open Digital Innovation (RCODI). He studies how the digital revolution transforms the foundations of competitive advantages and heralds large-scale strategic change in various industries. He has been a student of competitive dynamics of Prof. Ming-Jer Chen at the Darden School of Business and enjoys testing his hypotheses on the changing fabrics of competition with his own digital research methods startup (www.eventstudytools.com). Markus` research has appeared in various journals, such as Strategic Organization, the Journal of Strategy and Management, the Harvard Kennedy School Review, and the German version of the Harvard Business Review (forthcoming).