At the moment since March 2012 Alexander Zeier joint as Visiting Professor the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, Cambridge to lecture and conduct research in the area of In-Memory Technologies & Applications and Supply Chain Innovation. If you are interested in breakthrough cutting edge Technologies feel free to contact me (zeier @ mit.edu) e.g. for new real-time logistics planning systems. You can visit me in this beautiful historic building, which is on the picture, in my office, room I 180.
MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation
Alexander Zeier is since 2006 Executive Director of the European Section of the global MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation. The MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation is at the center of one of the most pivotal areas of business. Formed in 2002, the Forum provides a unique collaborative environment. It is the center of an expert community, harnessing the world-leading capabilities of MIT. The European Section was formed in 2006 and has a considerable number of supporters. You are invited to join this selected group of innovators.
Alexander Zeier give guest lectures and do research since 2009 as Visiting Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the area of In-Memory Technologies & Applications and Supply Chain Innovation.
Besides 10 Years of MIT Collaboration he has experience in Design Thinking Activities with Stanford for more than 5 years:
- Starting in 2007 jointed lecture-based Projects with Stanford University
“Global Project-based Engineering Design, Innovation and Development” (ME310)
Joined projects with leading industry partners, as Audi (2007, 2010), EADS (2010), Hilti (2011), Panasonic (2008, 2011), SAP (2008, 2009, 2010) and Siemens (2007).
- Since 2007 Joint Projects and Visiting Scholar at Stanford University.
- A Complete Overview about the Research Projects and Activities can be found here.