Associate Professor Giselle Rampersad

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Dr Giselle Rampersad is an Associate Professor in Innovation in the College of Science and Engineering at Flinders University and Deputy Director, Innovation of the Australian Industrial Transformation Insitute, working on a range of ARC and industry projects.

She has an interdisciplinary educational background including a PhD in Innovation and Technology Management from the University of Adelaide Business School (Australia) and an MSc in e-Business and Internet Systems from Durham University (UK). Her primary research area is in innovation and technology management, with a particular emphasis on devising strategies for firms in managing innovation and developing policies with governments in building innovation capacity. A key part of her research includes industry 4.0, digital transformation and human factors in the adoption of disruptive technologies, including autonomous technologies.

Giselle has industry experience in several sectors such as ICT, defence, renewable energy and medical/ health technologies as well as academic experience as she held various positions, namely, Program Director for the Industry Placement (Work Integrated Learning) Program for innovation and enterprise, science, IT and engineering students (2009-2014); Coordinator for several Master and Bachelor Degree Programs in Innovation (2009-2015); founding member of the Advisory Board for Venture Dorm (a program that fosters regional start-up companies in South Australia) (2012); and Lecturer in innovation management, new product development, innovation in medical devices, information systems and project management (2005-present). She currently teaches approximately 400 students each year including 250 undergraduate students and 150 Masters students.

Research Interests

  • Innovation and Technology Management & Policy
  • Technology adoption and acceptance
  • Commercialisation of technological innovation and technology transfer
  • Innovation ecosystems
  • National and regional systems of innovation
  • Inter-organisational relationships and networks
  • STEM education, innovation skills and work integrated learning
  • Future of work and industry 4.0
  • Innovation is various industries including renewable energy, medical devices, defence and advanced manufacturing

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