Research Assistant (Ph.D candidate)
Building WIWI2, Room F 2140
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-665-31
Colin Wessendorf is working in the field of economic geography. He has been a member of the research staff and a PhD candidate at the University of Bremen since March 2018. From March 2018 until its dissolution in 2021, Colin Wessendorf worked for the University’s Centre for Regional and Innovation Economics (CRIE). Since July 2021, he is member of the working group of Prof. Dr. Christian Cordes.
Before joining the University of Bremen, Colin Weßendorf studied Geography (B.Sc., M.A.) and Peace, Conflict and Development Studies (minor subject) in Marburg, Frankfurt/Main, Lund and Växjö.
|since /201803||Member of the research staff, University of Bremen|
|2017/04 – 2017/07||Cologne Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IHK) (student assistant)|
2016/02 – 2016/07 & 2015/04 – 2015/08
PM & Partner Marketing Consulting GmbH, Frankfurt (Junior Consultant)
|2013/02 – 2013/04||Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, Brussels (internship)|
|Since 2018/03||PhD candidate, University of Bremen|
|2016/08 – 2017/01||Linnaeus Univiersity Växjö, Peace and Development Work (semester abroad)|
|2015/10 – 2017/09||Goethe University Frankfurt, Geographies of Globalization: Markets and Metropoles, Focus: Economic Geography (Master of Arts)|
|2013/08 – 2014/01||Lund University, Geography (semester abroad)|
2011/10 – 2015/03
University of Marburg, Geography, Focus: Human geography (Bachelor of Science)
|Grashof, N., Kopka, A., Wessendorf, C., Fornahl, D.|
(2020): Industry 4.0 and clusters: complementarities or substitutes in firm's knowledge creation?. Competitiveness Review. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/CR-12-2019-0162.
|Fornahl, D., Kopka, A., Wessendorf, C. |
(2019): Das "Internet der Dinge" im technologischen Raum Niedersachsens – Technologische Einbindung und regionale Verteilung. In: Neues Archiv für Niedersachsen 02/2019 - Digitalisierung in Niedersachsen. Wachholtz Verlag, Kiel/Hamburg.
|Knuepling, L., Wessendorf, C., Basilico, S. (2022):|
Revisiting innovation typology: A systemic approach. JENA ECONOMIC RESEARCH PAPERS, #2022-002.
|Wessendorf, C., Kopka, A., Fornahl, D.: |
The impact of the six European Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) on regional knowledge creation. Assessing the importance of KETs’ structural relevance in knowledge spaces. PAPERS IN EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY (PEEG) #21.27.
37th annual meeting of the German working group on Industrial Geography
6th Global Conference on Economic Geography (GCEG)
|11. Northern German colloquium on economic geography|
(17th-18th February 2022, online)
Seminar of the Institute for Economic Research and Policy (IERP) at the University of Bremen
Regions in Recovery, Global E-Festival
Workshop „Advancing Indicators of Regional Structural Change”
10. Northern German colloquium on economic geography
5th Geography of Innovation Conference
DRUIDphd20 Academy Conference
34th annual meeting of the German working group on Industrial Geography
Guest presentation in seminar on network analysis
9. Northern German colloquium on economic geography