Henrik Beermann

Henrik Beermann

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Henrik Beermann

Deputy Head of Innovation Acceptance Unit

Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW
Neumarkt 9-19
04109 Leipzig, Germany

Phone +49-341-231039-145

Fax +49-341-231039-9145

Professional development

As part of the “Innovation Acceptance“ Unit, Henrik Beermann initiates and manages international knowledge transfer projects, mostly related to natural resource management and sustainable urbanism. He is passionate about the dynamic interplay between knowledge and local contexts. Henrik is driven by the question of how social systems make sense of and act upon new knowledge that can potentially address local challenges. He integrates bottom-up and top-down perspectives to design people-centric, scalable solutions. Henrik has actively worked on research projects, the design of policy strategies, curricula, toolkits, training programs, and coaching processes on a global scale.

Before joining the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Henrik worked for an international business school where he contributed to research on the intersection of sustainable development and entrepreneurship promotion. Prior to that, he started his career by working for an international NGO in Southeast Asia.

With a goal to blend theoretical expertise with hands-on experience, Henrik joined Fraunhofer IMW in 2015. He is a pragmatic, creative global citizen who proactively works to transcend the boundaries of normalized knowledge systems, seeking progressive and inclusive solutions for today’s greatest challenges.  

He holds an International Joint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development, with an M.Sc. from Leipzig and Venice University, and he has studied in both Leipzig and Stellenbosch (South Africa). 

 

Current projects

 

Publications

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2020 Value Networks as the Foundation for Digital Business Models - Use Cases from Germany and China
Falk, Svenja; An, Lin; Anderl, Reiner; Beermann, Henrik; Gao, Zihe; Li, Junhai; Preissler, Steffen; Shi-Kupfer, Kristin
Bericht
Report
2020 Heritage Management Thailand. Report
Richter, Christine; Busse von Colbe, Jakob; Beermann, Henrik; Kaiser, Urban
Bericht
Report
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Further Presentations and Conference Contributions

2018

  • Beermann, H. (2018). Sustainable Regional Development: The case of Chiang Mai. Singapore University of Technology and Design (Singapor), Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (Indonesia), Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (Philippines); February 2018.
  • Beermann, H. (2018). Sustainable Value Modelling for Circular Business Thinking. Project conference: care4waste. Universidad Federico Henríquez y Carvajal. 5.6.2018.

2017

  • Beermann, H. (2017). Introduction to the FAOs Bioenergy and Food Security Rapid Appraisal (BEFS RA). Training of Trainers: Technical Cooperation. University of Technology Kingston, Jamaika. 17.10.2017.
  • Beermann, H. (2017). Sustainable Entrepreneurship. Training of Trainers: Technical Cooperation. University of Technology Kingston, Jamaika. 19.10.2017.

News

News

Report: Heritage Management Thailand - Fraunhofer IMW Researchers Publish Report as Part of the URGENT 2.0 Project

News

Fraunhofer IMW Expands Cooperation with Key Players in Cultural Heritage Management in South East Asia

Research Day Poster

The Fraunhofer IMW holds an annual Research Day, where the research fellows present their latest research projects. Here you can find the poster presentations of Henrik Beermann.

Poster Research Day 2020

Partizipation

Schwarmintelligenz inwertsetzen

Poster Research Day 2019

IntTransNet

Explorative Bedarfserfassung in deutsch-indischen »2+2«-Vorhaben 

Poster Research Day 2017

Analysis of Research and Innovation Systems for Cooperation Development

Case Study Iran

Poster Research Day 2017

Studie: Frauen in der Forschung – Wissenschaft und Gender in Entwicklungsländern