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Martina Neuländtner (neé Dünser) MSc.

 Martina Neuländtner (neé Dünser) MSc.

Function

Scientist

Center

Innovation Systems & Policy

Competence Unit

Innovation Systems & Policy

E-Mail

Martina.Neulaendtner(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 4575

Address

Giefinggasse 4, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Innovation Dynamics and Modelling

Main Research: Innovation Research, Geography of Innovation, Quantitative Data Analysis (esp. Spatial Econometrics), Simulation of Innovation Systems (Agent-based Modelling), Social Network Analysis, Data Visualization

Experience: Martina Neuländtner is a Scientist in the Center for Innovation & Policy at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, where she is currently working on modelling knowledge creation in regional innovation systems. She holds a Master’s degree in economics from the Vienna University of Business and Economics (WU) and a Bachelor’s degree in statistics from the University of Vienna. Since 2016 she attends the doctoral programme in social and economic sciences at the WU, with a particular focus on economic geography and economics of innovation. Martina Neuländtner has comprehensive methodological skills covering various fields of quantitative data analysis, such as (spatial) econometrics, social network analysis and general statistics. Moreover, her special interests lie in the visualization of spatial and network data.

  • 2014-now: Scientist
    AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH / Austria
  • 2017-now: External Lecturer
    Vienna University of Business and Economics / Austria
  • 2013-2014: Research Associate
    AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH / Austria
  • 2011-2014: Research Associate
    Vienna Insitute for Social Science Data Documentation and Methodology / Austria
  • 2012-2012: Trainee
    Ifo Insitute - Center of Economic Studies (CES) / Germany

Publications

  • Organisational demography in the Publilc Research Sector. Emprical evidence from Europe
    Author(s): Heller-Schuh, B., Lepori, B., Neuländtner, M.
    Journal: submitted (2019)
  • Impacts of EU funded R&D networks on the generation of Key Enabling Technologies: Empirical evidence from a regional perspective
    Author(s): Wanzenböck, I., Neuländtner, M., Scherngell, T.
    Journal: submitted (2019)
  • Modelling collaborative knowledge creation processes. An empirical application to the semiconductor industry;
    Social Simulation for a Digital Society - Apllications and Innovations in Computational Social Science

    Author(s): Neuländtner, M., Paier, M., Unger, A.
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing; 2018
    Series: Payne, D., Lucas, P., Grund, T.
  • Regional Specialization and Knowledge Output: An Agent-Based Simulation of the Vienna Life Sciences ;
    Innovation Networks for Regional Development - Concepts, Case Studies, and Agent-Based Models

    Author(s): Dünser, M., Korber, M.
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing; 2017
    Series: Vermeulen, B., Paier, M.
  • Knowledge Creation and Research Policy in Science-Based Industries: An Emprical Agent-Based Model;
    Innovation Networks for Regional Development - Concepts, Case Studies, and Agent-Based Models

    Author(s): Paier, M., Dünser, M., Scherngell, T., Martin, S.
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing; 2017
    Series: Vermeulen, B., Paier, M.
  • Business Geographics: Innovation, Unternehmensnetzwerke und räumliche Innovationsanalyse (I und II) (2017)
    Vienna University of Business and Economics (WU)
  • Business Geographics: Innovation, Unternehmensnetzwerke und räumliche Innovationsanalyse (I und II) (2018)
    Vienna University of Business and Economics (WU)
  • Business Geographics: Innovation, Unternehmensnetzwerke und räumliche Innovationsanalyse (I und II) (2019)
    Vienna University of Business and Economics (WU)
  • RISIS Training: Introduction to methods and applications to the JoREP/EUPRO database with network analysis approaches (2017)
    IRCrES-CNR
  • RISIS Summer School on Data Science for STI - Network Data Science (2019)
    University of Strathclyde

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