Ines Lindner

Being founder means Ines is busy setting the vision for SBE Innovation Center. She invents strategies for stimulating progress in teaching, expanding our library of experiences and establishing partnerships with other faculties and universities. She also serves as a test bunny by experimenting with new developments. If you want to see her getting all enthusiastic, talk to her about innovation. You can reach her with 

Ines is an associate professor at the department of econometrics and operations research. Her main research field is social and economic networks.


Dieter Wang

Dieter - the "data guy" - is the person in charge when it comes to data analytics and communication. Together with Ines he deals with any type of techincal challenges and hunts for interesting insights in the data about students' learning behaviour. His background in web development makes it easy to manage different internet platforms, such as this website here. If there is anything that doesn't work, shoot him an email at

Dieter is a PhD candidate in Financial Econometrics. His main research fields are financial networks and time series models.						 				


Have you seen something that you would like to try while teaching? Or do you have some questions about on of the methods/tools on this website? The innovation team of SBE with currently active members above, can support you in different ways. For example, we can give a quick demonstration to you or a group of people about one of the innovative tools. You can also contact us by e-mail if you have a specific question about something. 

BUT!.. You could also find a collegue who already has experience with the tool. After all, that is the main purpose of this 'wall of fame'.



You can join the 'wall of fame' when you're an employee of the faculty of economics and bussiness administration and want to share an innovative tool or method you used while teaching. Other lecturers can read your experiences about the tool or method used, and therefore can decide if they also want to try it or not. We can help eachother with the movement to more innovative teaching! Send an e-mail to with the following information:

	- Full name and title
	- Department e.g. 'Finance' 'Econometrics' 'Economics'
	- A photo with at least 150px width and 240px height
	- One or more filled in templates about your experiences with the tool/method
Click here for the template.