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Teaching

In this section you can find an overview of the teaching activities of the MCEI, the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship, as well as courses offered by other chairs that complement our topics and can help you advance your startup.

Please note:

  • Light green courses are more traditional. You can expect a lecture and a final exam.
  • Dark green courses are accelerator style courses. You can expect projects, team work, and advance your startup.
  • Grey courses are offered by other chairs but complement our entrepreneurship courses and can help you advance your startup. Please check for the specifics on the respective pages.
  • Blue courses are offered by the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship and focus more on reserach and topics about SMEs.
  • * MAN 635 and MAN 636 do not qualify as prerequisits for your Master's Thesis.

 

 

 

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Bachelor | Undergraduate

Master | Graduate

Master | Graduate
In last week’s MAN 632 ‚Advanced Entrepreneurship’ lecture, the young entrepreneur Dr. Michael Hoeck held an impressing lecture about his newly founded venture. Together with his friend and photo-enthusiast Christian, he founded a company called BallPod in March 2012. The start-up is specialized on the development of innovative pods for photo cameras, video cameras and smartphones. The advantages of the…
Tomorrow (Thursday, May 16) Michael Hoeck, co-founder of BallPod, will speak in our MAN632 Lecture Series. Everybody interested in Entrepreneruship is kindly invited to join. The talk will be about how to come up with a great and fresh idea and leveraging a prototype into production when being overwhelmed by demand. "BallPod® is an innovative pod for photo cameras, video…
In a creative Science Fiction Prototyping (CSFP) project, MAN 632 students explore the issue of technology transfer from research into products and business models of the future within the field of Organic Electronics. Thereby, students will try to tackle the challenge of how to discover opportunities for entrepreneurial ventures or corporates, which have not been addressed before. Furthermore, they will…
On Thursday April 18th, Dr. Martin Gutfleisch (InnovationLab Heidelberg) will hold a guest lecture on the Cluster Forum Organic Electronics and recent technological and scientific advancements in Organic Electronics and their potential. The talk is in the context of MAN 632. The venue is the PwC Lecture Hall M003 and everybody is kindly encouraged to join (participation is not restricted to…
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