Episode 3 of the new podcast series “Sustainability. Time to Change” is about cleantech and the energy transition. In this episode we speak with Susanne Kurowski, a researcher at Professorship for Innovation & Technology Management at the TUM Campus Straubing. She shares her insights into a transition to clean energy, the start-ups driving these changes and their struggles with sourcing funding and surviving the “Valley of Death”.
Susanne Kurowski is a Research Associate at the Professorship for Innovation and Technology Management at the Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability at the Technical University of Munich. She joined the team of Prof. Dr. Doblinger in December 2018. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Management & Technology and a master’s degree in Sustainable Resource Management, both from the Technical University of Munich.
The new podcast series “Sustainability. Time to Change” presented by TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning, dives into the work of our TUM community and shares their vision of how their work can help to improve the world we live in. In the first mini-series which will air over the next couple of weeks, the podcast hosts John Pye and Thomas Münch of TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning talk with their guests about the topic: “Sustainability. Time to Change.”
- Link to the podcast (website of TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning): https://www.lll.tum.de/podcast/
- Link to the podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1aYrArmOijgX1NEutVGMIB