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Dr. Ana Paula Barquet

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Contact:

Phone: +49 (0)30 314 - 29883

Room: PTZ 338

Field of Research:

  • Sustainable Entrepreneurship
  • Sustainable Business Models, with special focus on Product-Service Systems
  • Design Science Research and Design Theory, with special focus in Knowledge Gernation and Evolution

Current Projects and Responsibilities

  • Project Leader of the Annual Conference “Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing” (www.gcsm.eu)
  • Lecture of the GPE Module “Sustainable Business Models and Entrepreneurship”

Past Projects and Responsibilities

  • Focus Area DynAge - Disease in Human Aging – Dynamics at the Level of Molecules, Individuals, and Society: “Health-IT and Business Model Innovation”/ FU Berlin
  • Collaborative Research Centre 1026: Sustainable Manufacturing - Shaping Global Value Creation (DFG): “A1: Pathway for sustainable technology development”/ TU Berlin
  • BRAGECRIM (Phase 2) – the Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology (DFG): “Networking Small and Medium Sized Enterprises for Competitive Remanufacturing”/ TU Berlin and USP Brazil
  • Housing Water Manufacturing (HWM): Recovery of Materials and Products (DAAD)/ USP Brazil BRAGECRIM (Phase 1) – the Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology (DFG): “Networking Small and Medium Sized Enterprises for Competitive Remanufacturing” / TU Berlin and USP Brazil

Publications

Sustainable product service systems – from concept creation to the detailing of a business model for a bicycle sharing system in Berlin
Citation key Barquet2015b
Author A. Barquet and J. Seidel and T. Buchert and M. Galeitzke and S. Neugebauer and N. Oertwig and H. Rozenfeld and G. Seliger
Year 2015
Journal Proceedings of the 13th GCSM conference
Month September
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