Julia Stadermann
Research Associate | Dynamics of Economic Spaces

Since February 2018 Julia Stadermann has been working as a research associate for the project “Open Region: Regional problem situations as starting points for innovation processes” which is conducted by the department “Dynamics of Economic Spaces“.

After completing her B.Sc. in Business Psychology and working as a freelancer in the field of market research, Julia attended the master program in Demographics at Universität Rostock. Based on her interest in the change of the ways of life, she wrote her master thesis on how the exchange of relationship-specific resources determines relationship satisfaction. During her master studies she also worked as a research assistant at the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies in Berlin, where she learned a lot about knowledge creation and the question of how knowledge moves through space.

Research Interest and Expertise


Ongoing Third-party Funded Projects

The IRS is a participant in the “Innovation Hub13 – fast track to transfer”, a project funded as part of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research's (BMBF's) “Innovative Hochschule” initiative, and obtained by the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau and the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg. Prof. Dr. Suntje Schmidt developed the sub-project “Open Region: Regional Challenges as Starting Points for Innovation”, which resides at the intersection of innovation promotion and regional development. The aim of the project is to create the conditions for the integration of until now unconsidered innovation actors, in order to develop cooperative solutions for regionally relevant problem areas in Brandenburg. more info