Kenneth Younge

ODY 2 01.2 (Odyssea)
Station 5
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Administrative data

Fields of expertise

- Technology and Innovation Strategy 
- Data Science 
- Computational Law 
- Intellectual Property 
- Patenting 
- Knowledge Spillovers 
- Employee Mobility


Other publications

Teaching & PhD


Management of Technology

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Technology Management

PhD Students

Hofer Maximilian Wieland,


Technology & innovation strategy

This course focuses on the economic and organizational conditions that shape technological innovation by firms. The intent is for students to learn core concepts that can make innovation initiatives within a firm more successful, and to then apply those concepts to real business problems and cases.

Data science for business

Students will learn the basic concepts of Data Science so that they can make better business decisions. Students will also learn how to apply these concepts to real programming problems.

Computational research methods for social sciences

The objective of this course is to introduce doctoral students to computational methods for data-driven research in the social sciences.