The City of Innsbruck honors outstanding research projects at the Entrepreneurial School®
V.l.n.r.: Martin Pillei (MCI Head of Industrial Engineering & Management), Anita Onay, City Councillor Christine Oppitz-Plörer, MCI Rector Andreas Altmann. ©IKM/A. Steinacker
V.l.n.r.: Ralf Geymayer (MCI Head of Management & Law), Daniel Degischer, City Councillor Christine Oppitz-Plörer, MCI Rector Andreas Altmann. ©IKM/A. Steinacker
For the seventh time, the City of Innsbruck has awarded the "Prize for Research and Innovation at MCI". This year, the winners are Anita Onay from the Department of Industrial Engineering & Management and Daniel Degischer from the Department of Management & Law. City Councillor Christine Oppitz-Plörer and MCI Rector Andreas Altmann presented the award, endowed with 5,000 euros, at the award ceremony in the historic "Bürgersaal" In Innsbruck.
Anita Onay PhD received the prize for her outstanding research on "Hierarchical Production Planning and Control from a Behavioral Operations Perspective Focusing on Lead Time Management". Dr. Daniel Degischer's excellent research focused on "Organizing for M&A Success: Acquisition Experience and its Contextual Dependencies". Both research projects have been well received by the international research community.
Since 2017, the City of Innsbruck awards the "Prize for Research and Innovation at MCI" which is based on the assessment of a high-ranking jury. The award is decided by the City Senate of Innsbruck.