Prof. Dr. Ulrike Reisach (冉珊鹤), is full professor and Commissioner for International Affairs at Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences in Bavaria/Germany.
As a member of the Information Management Department, she is active in the fields of Business Science, Social Science and Operational Research, combined with AI and Ethics. Her current projects focus on societal, institutional, cultural and ethical comparisons of science and (technical) innovation approaches with a main focus on Europe and China.
For 20 years, she has held management positions in international relations and international strategy development, such as Director Corporate Communication and Government Affairs and Director Market Intelligence, Strategy and Trends for the Siemens HQ. Based on her experience in many projects in Asia and in the USA, she has published 12 books and numerous scientific articles on international management. As an expert on corporate foresight, (digital) innovation and internationalization strategies, she is engaged in think tanks, research projects and working groups in and on Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Singapore, and the USA.
Memberships: Münchner Kreis – The Orientation for the Digital Transformation, European Working Group on the Practice of Operational Research, China Expert Group at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the Chinese-German Innovation Dialogue and Platform, Academic Association for Intercultural Studies, German Academic Scholarship Program (Liaison Officer for Ulm/Neu-Ulm) and Bavarian Max-Weber Program (Alumna and Supporter).
Prof. Reisach speaks English, French, German, Italian and a bit of Japanese. Preferred languages for articles and presentations are English and German.