Alumni profile

Giorgio Triulzi

Thesis: Looking for the right path. Technology Dynamics, Inventive Strategies and Catching-up in the Semiconductor Industry, 2015

Promotor(s): Bart Verspagen & Önder Nomaler

Giorgio Triulzi is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Institute for Data, System, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an affiliated researcher at UNU-MERIT. His research interests focus on understanding drivers and direction of technological change and its wider effects on the economy. He applies theories and methods from complex system analysis, evolutionary economics and strategy.

Giorgio previously held positions as a postdoctoral research assistant at the International Design Centre of Singapore University of Technology and Design and MIT, part-time lecturer at the Maastricht School of Business and Economics (SBE), PhD fellow at UNU-MERIT and at SBE. Giorgio has a PhD in Economics and Policy Studies of Technical Change from UNU-MERIT and Maastricht University, a Master of Science (cum laude) degree in Economics of International Markets and New Technologies from Bocconi University and a Bachelor of Science degree in the same field from the same institution. He has spent visiting stays as a junior research assistant (predoctoral level) at the Institute of Institutional and Innovation Economics at the University of Bremen, as a master student at the Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands) and as an undergraduate student at the Universite’ Louis Pasteur (France, now University of Strasbourg).

For up-to-date information on Giorgio's research visit giorgio-triulzi.com