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Simon F. Dietlmeier

PhD Candidate, CSTI

Simon is a PhD Candidate in the Ecosystems, Platforms & Strategy Research Group at the University of Cambridge, where his research is funded by an EPSRC Doctoral Studentship of the School of Technology and with a Doctoral Scholarship of Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS). There he is a member of the Doctoral College “Social Market Economy”.

He received multiple other awards and scholarships. Simon has professional work and internship experience in industry with Siemens, Airbus, and BMW; as well as in policy with the Munich Security Conference (MSC), the Federal Foreign Office, the Federal Ministry of Finance, and the Bavarian Parliament.

He relaunched and scaled-up the TUM Speakers Series as Chairman and established the Advisory Board as its Co-Chair. Having been selected in DLD Media’s “50 for Future” class of 2020, his work was shortlisted for The Charlemagne Prize Fellowship 2022.

Simon co-founded the G7-75 Years Marshall Plan Young Transatlantic Leaders Initiative, and he is a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum’s Community.

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