Alexandre Sukhov awarded the IMIT scholarship2020-05-25
Alexandre Sukhov is awarded the IMIT scholarship 2020, for his doctoral thesis "The human side of idea screening" and receives SEK 25,000.
"I am deeply honoured for the recognition and the acknowledgement of my research by the IMIT foundation. To me, this signals that my doctoral work is relevant and holds good quality, which is really nice to know after doing several years of research. The scholarship motivates me to continue my research, and to contribute to organizations who want to improve their innovation processes," says Phd Alexandre Sukhov at CTF and Karlstad Business School.
The IMIT foundation awards an annual scholarship to promising researchers in the field of Management of Innovation and Technology who has recently defended their doctoral thesis or are in the final phase of their PhD studies.
Alexandre Sukhov defended his doctoral thesis on January 22, 2020 at Karlstad Business School at Karlstad University. His research interest revolves around service innovation and scientific methods. In addition to research, he teaches operations management, idea management, industrial marketing and is a supervisor to theses projects for master students in industrial engineering and management.
Link to the thesis "The human side of idea screening".
Here you can listen to the "Research Pod" from Karlstad University Library who interview Alexandre Sukhov about his dissertation.
This is the second time a researcher at CTF and Karlstad Business School has been awarded the IMIT scholarship. In 2018, Johan Netz received the scholarship.
About the IMIT foundation
The IMIT foundation is a collaboration between Chalmers, IFL, Stockholm School of Economics, KTH, Royal Institute of Technology and Lund University, Faculty of Engineering, which through research promotes development within technology, industrial and administrative renewal.