Management of Technology & Entrepreneurship Institute


The Management of Technology & Entrepreneurship Institute has been created to foster research and to offer strong programs in the fields of management of technology, entrepreneurship and public policy.

The institutes participates in several teaching programs:

Fields of Competences

  • Optimization
  • Business analytics
  • Entrepreneurial strategies
  • Management of innovation
  • Technology commercialization
  • Operations & Supply chain management
  • Innovation policy
  • Intellectual property rights policy and regulation
  • Science and technology policy
  • Transportation and mobility policy and regulation
  • Energy policy and regulation
  • Telecommunications policy and regulation
  • Information society and digitalization policies and regulation
  • Urbanization policy
  • Environmental policy and regulation

New article in Nature Scientific Data

— Prof. de Rassenfosse has published a paper in Scientific Data, a journal by Nature Publishing Group that provides open access data to the scientific community.

Congratulations to Dr. Quentin Cavillier for obtaining his PhD thesis

— Quentin Cavillier obtained his PhD thesis entitled "A Digital Platform connecting Academia and Small Businesses: An Opportunity for Knowledge Management Experiments" under the supervision of Prof. Philippe Wieser in October 2019.

An anti-pollution mask to safeguard the health of million of citizen

— Meeting with Théo Denisart, co-founder of Helvitek and student in Management, Technology and Entrepreneurship (MTE).

Grant from the Sloan Foundation for Prof. de Rassenfosse

— Prof. de Rassenfosse has been awarded a grant from the Sloan Foundation as part of a collaborative effort led by MIT researchers to improve the use of patent data for economic research.

Congratulations to our Alumni & their teachers

— During the last Graduation Ceremony on October 5th 2019, the College of Management of Technology was proud to hand out several awards to the teachers of the MFE and MTE sections, which are voted upon by the students.

Public conference co-organized by EPFL in Brussels

— A large-scale Belgian-Swiss conference will be held at the Université Libre de Bruxelles on October 29, 2019 under the theme "Challenges for an Innovative Society: Crossing Perspectives between Politics, Academics and Industry".

Executive Master in Global Supply Chain Management Program

— Global Supply Chain Management has evolved to be at the forefront of business today

Marc Gruber wins Academy of Management Mentor Award

— Marc Gruber, Chair of Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization and Vice-President for Innovation at EPFL, has recently received the Mentor Award from the Academy of Management.

AMR Practice Award at the 2019 Academy of Management for Prof. Tucci

— Prof. Chris Tucci, together with his co-author Allan Afuah (University of Michigan), have won the inaugural AMR (Academy of Management Review) Practice Implication Award for their article "Crowdsourcing as a Solution to Distant Search".

New publication on innovation procurement

— Prof de Rassenfosse has recently published a study on the procurement of innovation by the U.S. government. The paper is written jointly with Emilio Raiteri, a former postdoc at EPFL who is now assistant professor at TU Eindhoven, and Adam Jaffe, a well-known economist. As part of the school’s commitment to open access, the paper has been published in PLOS ONE and the data have been made available openly to encourage replication and follow-on studies.

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