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Eduard Calvo’s areas of interest lie at the intersection of operations management and telecommunications, with a particular emphasis on the optimization and operation of wireless networks. An expert in optimization theory, he also consults for several industrial firms.
Prior to his post at IESE, Prof. Calvo held several research posts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In 2005, he was honored with the Salvà i Campillo Award for the Best Young Engineer by the College of Electrical Engineers of Catalonia.
His research focuses on understanding how rapid digitalization reshapes business models and organizations. Prof. Káganer has published on these topics in premier academic and business journals, and his work on the effects of digitalization in business and education has been widely cited in major media outlets. Prior to joining academia, he spent several years working for a major financial services firm in Russia.
Sandra Sieber's main areas of interest include ICT-enhanced innovation and the changes in the workplace brought about by the adoption of new technologies, with a particular interest in industries that have been transformed by technological advances, such as telecommunications, banking, and media and entertainment.
Her research also underscores the need for improved user knowledge about IS, especially when it plays a strategic role in the organization. Prof. Sieber has published scholarly and general articles in national and international journals, magazines and newspapers, and has contributed to several books.
Stefan Stremersch holds the Desiderius Erasmus Distinguished Chair of Economics and the Chair of Marketing at the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam. His research centers on innovation diffusion, marketing of technology and science, marketing strategy, and international marketing, and primarily addresses high technology markets (ICT, telecom, consumer electronics, video games) and pharmaceuticals.
Prior to IESE, Prof. Stremersch held positions at Duke University, Emory University, and LBS. He has taught in numerous in-company programs for companies such as 3M, Alcatel-Lucent, and Philips, and has consulted for pharmaceutical companies such as Merck and a variety of high-tech companies including Philips, Alcatel-Lucent, and Dell.