Katja Alexandrakis

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Katja Alexandrakis
Innovation, Strategy and Transfer

Katja Alexandrakis studied Archaeology and Cultural History in Berlin (Humboldt University) and Bologna (Università di Bologna). Her work subsequently focussed on product management, cultural education and science communication.

Since 2016, she has been working as a research assistant at the FZI Research Centre for Information Technology in the field of innovation, strategy and transfer at the Berlin branch. She is particularly enthusiastic about co-creative innovation processes and transfer management, for example in the context of interactive events. She also supports the strategic development of the FZI House of Living Labs, an application-orientated research landscape, and is expanding the FZI-wide knowledge and technology transfer.

Branch Office Berlin

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