Posts Tagged ‘technology innovation’

From the Car sharing Economy to how to Approach a Research Partnership? Dr. Ioannis Bellos Discusses These Topics and More in the New ‘Researcher Spotlight’ Feature Story

Dr. Ioannis (Yannis) Bellos, assistant professor of Information Systems and Operations Management, is the newest feature story for the “Researcher Spotlight” section. Bellos talks about his research interests in the field of Operations Management, his view on research collaborations, as well as opportunities for engagement for School of Business faculty. Congratulations on your recognition by […]

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Highlights from MS in Technology Management Trip to Consumer Electronics Show

When the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) became the epicenter of future tech last week, 26 students from Mason’s MS in Technology Management program were there to check out the latest in automotive, robotics, virtual reality, 3D printing and more. Led by Professor Kumar Mehta, the group spent four days in Las Vegas at the annual […]

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Consumer Electronics Show To Be “Classroom”

Students to Learn First-Hand about Emerging Technologies and Business Models Imagine starting your graduate program with an immersion into a range of emerging technologies exhibited in 2 million square feet of space, hosted by more than 3,600 global companies, and including approximately 20,000 new product announcements. This is how the incoming MS in Technology Management […]

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Are patent trolls a serious threat to innovation?

On Wednesday, October 23 at Mason Hall, a group of expert panelists and audience participants engaged in an Oxford Union-Style Debate on a core and hotly debated issue regarding patents and technology innovation.  Organized by the George Mason MS in Technology Management Program and moderated by J.P. Auffret, program director, the panel addressed the debate proposition: […]

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