About the person
Alexander Tittel is a postdoctoral researcher at the KIT Chair of Entrepreneurship (EnTechnon) and Technology Management.
At the chair, he is the contact person for projects and research on entrepreneurship education.
His main activities at EnTechnon include the conception and implementation of entrepreneurship seminars and summer schools to develop innovative approaches in the context of new technologies and needs. These include the seminars Business Planning for Founders, Technology Application Selection (TAS), Design Thinking and Opportunity Recognition. In his doctoral thesis, Alexander Tittel focused on the scientific and competence-oriented conception, implementation and evaluation of the IKIGAI concept in Entrepreneurship Education.
After graduating in business administration, Alexander Tittel completed the master's program "Futurology" at the Free University of Berlin. He devoted himself to interdisciplinary issues in the field of business and society. During his studies, Alexander Tittel worked as a project manager in the automotive sector and later as a research assistant in a Berlin-based futurology institute, focusing on social and technological trends of the 21st century.
His research focuses on developing competence-oriented entrepreneurship formats for university courses, accelerator programs, and workshops in Opportunity Recognition and the IKIGAI framework.