AOM TIM Consortium


Academy of Management Technology and Innovation Management Division Doctoral Consortium, Vancouver, 7-8 Aug 2015; Deadline 30 Apr


TIM Doctoral Student Consortium – Call for applications (Due April 30, 2015)

The Technology and Innovation Management Division is now accepting applications from Ph.D. students for its 2015 Doctoral Student Consortium to be held at the Academy of Management meeting in Vancouver. The consortium will be held on Friday, August 7 and Saturday, August 8. (A reception will be held for doctoral students and faculty on the Friday night.)

The TIM doctoral consortium is most valuable to Ph.D. candidates interested in conducting leading-edge research and teaching in technology and innovation management, strategy and organization.

The consortium will be led by a panel of faculty members with proven research and teaching records who will address key issues in academic life such as publishing in top journals, managing your time for research, meeting teaching and institutional demands, managing research collaborations, and funding your research.

The coordinators of the 2015 consortium are Jennifer Woolley (Santa Clara University) and Lars Frederiksen (Aarhus University). Faculty facilitators come from a range of stages in career and research institutions. Confirmed to date are the following: Stefano Brusoni (ETH Zürich), Cristian Catalini (MIT), Marco Giaratana (Bocconi University), Keld Laursen (Copenhagen Business School), Tammy Madsen (Santa Clara University), Andrew Nelson (U of Oregon), Corey Phelps (McGill), Renee Rottner (New York University), Ammon Salter (University of Bath), Giovanni Valentini (Bocconi University), and Arvids Ziedonis, (Stanford).

The application deadline is Wednesday, April 30, 2015. Only electronic applications will be considered. To apply, please send to the following email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it:

a) An updated CV

b) A one-page statement containing the following information: (1) Your full contact information, (2) your stage in the doctoral program, (3) the name of your thesis advisor and one additional reference, and, (4) A 100-word abstract or summary proposal of your dissertation.

Preference will be given to doctoral candidates at later stages of their PhD program – those beyond or close to the thesis proposal stage. For any questions please contact Jennifer Woolley or Lars Frederiksen at