People & Partners

CREA RESEARCH TEAM MEMBERS (CREA-I and CREA-II)

Philip Shapira School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; and Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Manchester Business School, UK. Project partner and lead US coordinator, CREA-1. Principal investigator and project director, CREA-2.
   
Jan Youtie Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. Principal investigator, CREA-2.
   
Juan Rogers School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. Project partner, CREA-1. Principal investigator, CREA-2.
   
Thomas Heinze Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Germany. Project coordinator, CREA-I. Partner and lead EU coordinator, CREA-2.
   
Stefan Kuhlmann Department of Science, Technology, Health & Policy Studies, University of Twente, The Netherlands. Project coordinator, CREA-1. Project associate, CREA-2.
   
Jacqueline Senker SPRU – Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex, UK. Project partner, CREA-1.
   
Reynold Galope Joint Doctoral Program in Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University, USA. Research assistant, CREA-2.
   
Gerrit Bauer Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Mannheim, Germany. Research assistant, CREA-1.
   
Project Affiliates The CREA-1 project also involved these project affiliates: Cheryl Leggon (Georgia Tech), Diana Hicks (Georgia Tech) and Martin Meyer (SPRU – University of Sussex).

CREA PROJECT SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

CREA-2
(
2008-2010)
Measurement and Analysis of Highly Creative Research in the US and Europe
  The CREA-2 project “MOD: Measurement and Analysis of Highly Creative Research in the US and Europe” is sponsored by the US National Science Foundation (Award No. 0738126). The project is sponsored under NSF’s Science of Science and Innovation Policy program. The lead organization is Georgia Institute of Technology, in partnership with the University of Bamberg, Germany.
  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations made by the project or expressed on The CREA Project web site are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. 
   
CREA-1
(2005-2007)
Creativity capabilities and the conduct of highly innovative research in Europe and the United States
  The CREA-1 project “Creativity capabilities and the conduct of highly innovative research in Europe and the United States” received sponsorship from the New and Emerging Science and Technology (NEST) programme of the European Union (Project Reference: 511889. The lead organization was the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Karlsruhe, Germany, in partnership with Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA, and Science and Technology Policy Research (SPRU), University of Sussex, UK.