Alberto Di Minin is an Associate Professor of Management at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa, where he teaches innovation management and innovation policy.
He’s also Research Fellow with the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE), University of California – Berkeley and Social Innovation Fellow with the Meridian International Center of Washington, DC.
He’s currently the Italian Representative on the SMEs & Access to Finance Programme Committee, for Horizon 2020, with the European Commission.
He’s the Co-Director of the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration Program at the Sant’Anna, the Director of the Confucius Institute of Pisa, and the Director of the Galilei Institute in Chongqing University.
Alberto Di Minin has been Counsellor of the Minister for Education, University and Research, Maria Chiara Carrozza. His research deals with Open Innovation, appropriation of innovation and science and technology policy. He also works on technology transfer, intellectual property and R&D management.
His blog is: #Fuoriclasse - Nòva Sole24Ore