Kateryna Bondar holds a PhD in Technology and Innovation Management (2013) at the University Bw Munich. She previously studied an MSc in Business Studies (2009) at the University of Amsterdam, and an MSc in Computer Science (2010) at the National Aviation University of Ukraine, specializing in Internet Technologies. Before that, she studied a BSc in International Economics (2009) at Kyiv National Economics University, specializing in International Economic Relations; and a BSc in Computer Science (2008) at the National Aviation University of Ukraine, specializing in computer programming.
Now working at UNIR as Professor of Technology and Innovation Management and trainer at Entrepreneurship at Foment Formación, Spain, she has worked in other educative institutions as a researcher and professor as for example at the Center for Technology and Innovation Management (CETIM) at the University Bw Munich, at the Innova Institute at La Salle BES, Spain and as a visiting researcher at the Royal Philips Electronics, the Netherlands. Dr. Bondar also works as a consultant for writing grant proposals for the Horizon 2020 Program of the European Commission. She has also worked as commercial officer at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ukraine, and as assistant of Project Manager at the British Council in Ukraine.
Lines of Research
New Ways of Work, Industry 4.0, cultural aspects of knowledge management, philosophy and ethics of technology management.