• Forschungsschwerpunkte

    • Innovations- und Technologiemanagement für Energiespeicher
  • Promotion

    Diffusion Erneuerbarer Energietechnologien

    Betreuer
  • Vita

    Akademische Ausbildung

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    Promotion im Innovationsmanagement am Institut für betriebswirtschaftliches Management im Fachbereich Chemie und Pharmazie
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    Berufsbegleitendes Studium Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen an der Hamburger Fernhochschule
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    Studium der Betriebswirtschaftslehre an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster mit den Schwerpunkten Wirtschaftsinformatik, Produktionsmanagement und Logistik

    Beruflicher Werdegang

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    Leiterin der Nachwuchsgruppe Innovations- und Technologiemanagement für Energiespeicher am Helmholtz-Institut Münster Ionics in Energy Storage
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    PostDoc am MEET Batterieforschungszentrum in Kooperation mit dem Institut für betriebswirtschaftliches Management im Fachbereich Chemie und Pharmazie
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    Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für betriebswirtschaftliches Management im Fachbereich Chemie und Pharmazie, WWU Münster
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    Projektleiterin im Prozessmanagement der Kassenärztlichen Vereinigung Bayerns in München

    Preise

    Stipendium für einen Aufenthalt in Australien zur Internationalisierung von Lehre und Forschung - International Office der WWU
    DAAD-Stipendium für Kongressreisen zum ISPIM Innovation Summit 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD)
    DAAD-Forschungsstipendium für promovierte Nachwuchswissenschaftler für einen viermonatigen Forschungsaufenthalt an der Coventry University - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD)
    Förderung des Gleichstellungsbüros der WWU für Kongressreisen zur PICMET'16 nach Honolulu, Hawaii, USA - Gleichstellungsbüro der WWU
    Stipendiatin des WWU Mentoring-Programms Erstklassig! für Wissenschaftlerinnen - Gleichstellungsbüro der WWU
    Förderung des Gleichstellungsbüros der WWU für Kongressreisen zum ISPIM Innovation Summit in Brisbane, Australien - Gleichstellungsbüro der WWU
    DAAD-Stipendium für Kongressreisen zur PICMET'15 Conference. "Management of the Technology Age" in Portland, Oregon, USA - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD)
    Förderung des Gleichstellungsbüros der WWU für Kongressreisen zur R&D Management Conference in Stuttgart - Gleichstellungsbüro der WWU
    DAAD-Stipendium für Kongressreisen zur PICMET'13 Conference. "Technology Management in the IT-Driven Services" in San Jose, Kalifornien, USA - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD)

    Mitgliedschaften und Aktivitäten in Gremien

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    Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET)
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    EnergieAgentur.NRW
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    International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM)

    Rufe

    Ruf auf eine Professur als Juniorprofessur für Innovations- und Technologiemanagement (für Energiespeichertechnologien)
  • Projekte

    • MEET HiEnd II - Weiterentwicklung und Untersuchung von Materialien auf metallischen Anodenwerkstoffen ( - )
      Drittmittel: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung | Förderkennzeichen: 03XP0084A
    • BenchBatt - Hochenergie- und Hochvolt-Lithium-Ionen Batterien im Vergleich zu Post-Lithium-Ionen Thechnologien ( - )
      Drittmittel: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung | Förderkennzeichen: 03XP0047A
  • Publikationen

    • Krätzig, O. ; Hamadi, T. ; Sick, N. ; Meerholz, K. ; Leker, J.Innovation promoters in technology transfer and insights from “Technology transfer between science and industry”.“ präsentiert auf: Advance Battery Power 2017, Aachen, Germany, .
    • Krätzig Oliver, Sick Nathalie. . ‘Overcoming impediments of technology commercialization in battery research - Which symphony is the passion orchestra playing? Contributed to the The XXVIII ISPIM conference “Orchestrating the innovation symphony”, Wien, Österreich.
    • Krätzig Oliver, Sick Nathalie. . ‘Technology strategies in a setting of multi cross industry innovation – A patent-based approach. Contributed to the PICMET’17 "Technology Management for the Interconnected World ", Portland, Oregon, USA.
    • Sick Nathalie, Bröring Stefanie, Figgemeier Egbert. . ‘Life cycle patterns and industry clockspeed in energy storage.’ Contributed to the The XXVIII ISPIM conference “Orchestrating the innovation symphony”, Vienna, Austria.
    • Simon Hauke, Sick Nathalie. . ‘Technological distance measures – new perspectives on nearby and far away.’ Scientometrics 107, Nr. 3: 1299-1320.
    • Sick Nathalie, Nienaber Ann-Marie, Liesenkötter Bernd, vom Stein Nicole, Schewe Gerhard, Leker Jens. . ‘The legend about sailing ship effects – is it true or false? The example of cleaner propulsion technologies diffusion in the automotive industry.’ Journal of Cleaner Production 88: 405-413.
    • Strudthoff Maike, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘Knowledge networks based on technological distances.’ Contributed to the The XXVII ISPIM Conference “Blending Tomorrow's Innovation Vintage", Porto, Portugal.
    • Golembiewski Birte, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens.Cross-industry collaboration along the electric mobility value chain.“ contributed to the Kraftwerk Batterie, Münster, .
    • Strudthoff Maike, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens.Knowledge networks in battery research projects.“ contributed to the Kraftwerk Batterie, Münster, .
    • Sick Nathalie, Preschitschek Nina, Bröring Stefanie. . ‘Hot spots of convergence research.’ Contributed to the The XXVII ISPIM Conference “Blending Tomorrow's Innovation Vintage“, Porto, Portugal.
    • Sick Nathalie, Preschitschek Nina, Gürtler Matthias, Bröring Stefanie. . ‘Convergence research in technology and innovation management literature − A review on its current status, overall relevance and future challenges.’ Contributed to the R&D Management Conference ‘From Science to Society: Innovation and Value Creation’, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
    • vom Stein Nicole, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘Interaction of calculated and perceived distance dimensions – Evidence from a battery research project.’ Contributed to the PICMET’16 "Technology Management for Social Innovation", Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
    • Zhu Hangzi, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘How to use crowdsourcing for innovation? A comparative case study of internal and external idea sourcing in the chemical industry.’ Contributed to the PICMET’16 "Technology Management for Social Innovation, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
    • Sick Nathalie, Suseno Yuliani, Hofmann Eva, Nienaber Ann-Marie. . ‘Distance dimensions and knowledge hiding in academic collaborations.’ Contributed to the ISPIM Summit 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
    • Kehrel Uwe, Klischan Kai, Sick Nathalie. . ‘Why research partnerships fail in the biotechnology sector - an empirical analysis of strategic partnerships.’ International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 13: 1650003-1-1650003-23.
    • Golembiewski B., vom Stein N., Sick N. and Wiemhöfer H.-D. . ‘Identifying trends in battery technologies with regard to electric mobility: Evidence from patenting activities along and across the battery value chain.’ Journal of Cleaner Production 87: 800-810.
    • Sick Nathalie, Preschitschek Nina, Bröring Stefanie, Leker Jens. . ‘Market convergence in the field of stationary energy storage systems.’ Contributed to the PICMET '15 Conference "Management of the Technology Age", Portland, Oregon, USA.
    • Sick Nathalie, Preschitschek Nina, Leker Jens.Cross industry collaboration the field of stationary battery systems.“ contributed to the Kraftwerk Batterie, Aachen, Deutschland, .
    • Golembiewski B., Sick N. and Bröring S. . ‘The emerging research landscape on bioeconomy: What has been done so far and what is essential from a technology and innovation management perspective?Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies 29: 308-317.
    • Leker Jens, Liesenkötter Bernd, Nienaber Ann-Marie, Schewe Gerhard, Sick Nathalie, vom Stein Nicole. . ‘Still waiting for electric cars to break through – Blame it on the sailing ship effect! Contributed to the The XXVI ISPIM Conference – Shaping the Frontiers of Innovation Management, Budapest, Ungarn.
    • Golembiewski B., Sick N. and Bröring S. . ‘Patterns of convergence within the emerging bioeconomy – the case of the agricultural and energy sector.’ International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 12, Nr. 3: 1550012-1-1550012-22.
    • Sick Nathalie, Kehrel Uwe. . ‘Oil prices as a driving force in the diffusion of renewables?International Journal of Energy Sector Management 9, Nr. 2: 227-250.
    • vom Stein Nicole, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘How to measure technological distance in collaborations - The case of electric mobility.’ Technological Forecasting and Social Change 97, Nr. August 2015: 154–167.
    • Sick N., Golembiewski B., Preschitschek N. and Leker J. . ‘Market convergence in electric mobility - An empirical analysis of cross-industry collaborations.’ Contributed to the ISPIM Innovation Summit 2015 “Changing the Innovation Landscape”, Brisbane, Australien.
    • Sick Nathalie. . Diffusion Erneuerbarer Energietechnologien – Eine empirische Analyse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Rohstoffpreisen.
    • Sick Nathalie, Frischkorn Jonas, Moerhle Martin, Kehrel Uwe. . ‘Future trends in R&D on battery technologies for electric mobility – Evidence from evolutionary patterns.’ Contributed to the R&D Management Conference 2014, Stuttgart, Germany.
    • vom Stein Nicole, Sick Nathalie. . ‘Technological distance in academic collaborations – Evidence from battery research.’ International Journal of Innovation Management 18, Nr. 6: 1440011-1-1440011-22.
    • Golembiewski B. and Sick N. . ‘Linking environmental management strategies, environmental innovation and performance: Evidence from the chemical sector.’ Contributed to the R&D Management Conference 2014, Stuttgart, Germany.
    • Kehrel Uwe, Sick Nathalie. . ‘Economic and technological forecasting competencies of German energy companies: Empirical insights from annual reports.’ International Journal of Energy Sector Management 9, Nr. 4: 588-610.
    • Sick Nathalie, Blug Matthias, Leker Jens. . ‘The Influence of Raw Material Prices on the Development of Hydrogen Storage Materials: The Case of Metal Hydrides.’ Journal of the Knowledge Economy 5, Nr. 4: 735-760. doi: 10.1007/s13132-012-0132-5.
    • Lecou C., Sick N., Leker J. . ‘Selection Patterns in Front End Decision Making – Determining the Probability of Idea Progress within the Internal Innovation Process.’ International Journal of Technology Marketing 9, Nr. 2: 101-124.
    • Golembiewski B., Koppe A., Sick N. and Bröring S. . ‘The emerging research landscape on bioeconomy: What has been done so far and what is essential from a technology and innovation management perspective? Contributed to the System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks, Innsbruck-Igls, Austria.
    • vom Stein N., Golembiewski B. and Sick N. . ‘Technological distance in academic collaborations - Evidence from battery research.’ Contributed to the The XXV ISPIM Conference – Innovation for Sustainable Economy & Society, Dublin, Ireland.
    • Song C. h., Sick N.Using patent information to design future technology strategies: The case of lithium-air and lithium-sulfur batteries.“ contributed to the Kraftwerk Batterie, Münster, Germany, .
    • Golembiewski B., vom Stein N., Sick N. and Leker J. . ‘Enhancing patent analysis as measure for innovation - Evidence from electric mobility and the battery value chain.’ Contributed to the The XXIV ISPIM Conference – Innovating in Global Markets: Challenges for Sustainable Growth, Helsinki, Finland.
    • Golembiewski B., Sick N. and Leker J. . ‘Agriculture and energy industry in the setting of an emerging bioeconomy – Are there any signs of convergence on the horizon? Contributed to the PICMET '13 Conference "Technology Management in the IT-Driven Services", San Jose, California, USA.
    • Sick N., Golembiewski B. and Leker J. . ‘The influence of raw material prices on renewables diffusion.’ Foresight 15, Nr. 6: 477-491.
    • vom Stein Nicole, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘How to measure technological distance in collaborations? The case of electric mobility.’ Contributed to the PICMET '13 Conference "Technology Management in the IT-Driven Services", San Jose, California, USA.
    • Tiemann Irina, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘Supplier involvement in customer new product development: new insights from the supplier’s perspective.’ In Perspectives on Supplier Innovation, edited by Tidd Joe, Brem Alexander, 343-368. London: Imperial College Press.
    • Lecou Christos, Sick Nathalie, Leker Jens. . ‘Selection Patterns in Front End Decision Making - Determining the Probability of Idea Progress within the Internal Innovation Process.’ Contributed to the XXIII ISPIM Conference – Action for Innovation: Innovating from Experience, Barcelona, Spanien.
    • Sick N., Golembiewski B. and Leker J. . ‘The Influence of Raw Material Prices on the Diffusion of Renewable Energy Technologies.’ Contributed to the PICMET'12 Conference: "Technology Management for Emerging Technologies", Vancouver, Kanada.
    • Sick Nathalie, Blug Matthias, Leker Jens. . ‘The influence of raw material prices on the development of hydrogen storage materials: The case of metal hydrides.’ Contributed to the PICMET (Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology) '11 Conference: "Technology Management in the Energy-Smart World", Portland (OR), USA.
    • Sick Nathalie, Lecou Christos, Wosnitza Jan, Leker Jens. . ‘Assessing Technology Diffusion in Energy Markets. Moderating Effects of Raw Material Prices.’ Contributed to the The XXI ISPIM Conference – The Dynamics of Innovation.