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Andreas Wittmer

Titel Dr.oec.HSG
Name Andreas Wittmer
Institut Institut für Systemisches Management und Public Governance (IMP)
Adresse Dufourstrasse 40a, 9000 St. Gallen, Schweiz
Telefon +41 71 224 25 25
Mobil +41 78 753 01 49
Fax +41 71 224 25 36
E-Mail
Webseite www.cfac.ch
School SoM - School of Management
Universitätsstatus Habilitand/in
Position Managing Director of the Center for Aviation Competence
Deputy Director at the Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance
Forschungsgebiet Consumer behavior, Service Management and Marketing with a special focus on Transport and Tourism
Frühere Positionen Research Associate at Institute for Public Services and Tourism
Project Leader at the Institute for Public Services and Tourism (New: Institute für Systemic Management and Public Governance)
Auszeichnungen FAI Honorary Group Diploma for extraordinary works in public aviation education and research (handed out on 5th October 2008 for CFAC-HSG)
Pro Aero Honorary Diploma for excellent works in the field of civila aviation
Mitgliedschaften Air Transport Research Society
German Aviation Research Society
Swiss Transport Academic Society
World Conference of Transport Research Society
AIEST - International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism
SKAL Club
Swiss Aerospace Cluster
Swiss Aviation Journalists (SAJ)
Aeroclub of Switzerland (AeCS)
Aeroclub of Eastern Switzerland (AeCO)
Editorial Board Journal of Air Transport Management
International Journal of Aviation Management
Tourism Analysis
Editor of the CFAC-The Aviation Series
Scientific Advisory Board of European Aviation Conference
Weitere Informati... Dr. Andreas Wittmer (1973) is Managing Director of the Center for Aviation Competence at the University of St. Gallen. Furthermore he holds a position as Deputy Director at the Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance at the University of St. Gallen. His research interests cover consumer behaviour, marketing and service management in transport and tourism and especially air transport where he lectures internationally and published various research papers and book chapters. Furthermore, he published his own book called Aviation Systems, which is internationally used for teaching aviation management. He is member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Aviation Management and Editor of the CFAC-The Aviation Series.

He leads different ongoing projects within the fields of tourism, transport. He is a lecturer at the University of St. Gallen, the Modul University in Vienna, the Management Center Innsbruck, the Zurich University of Applied Science, and the University of Applied Science in Chur, where he holds the position "head of major transportation" and other international Universities, where he holds guest lectures irregularly. He teaches Marketing, Aviation Systems, Air Transport Economics, Air Transport Management, Transport Revolutions, Network Management, New Business Models and International Business.

He has studied a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree at the Aarhus School of Business in Denmark and the University of Newcastle in the UK. Furthermore, he finished a Master of Science in Finance and International Business degree at the Aarhus School of Business in Denmark and the Université Libre de Bruxelles. His doctoral degree was about the influence of cultures on internal services and was conducted at the Institute for Public Services and Tourism at the University of St. Gallen, the Australian Graduate School of Management at the University of New South Wales in Sydney and the National University of Singapore. After finishing his doctoral degree he decided to set up the Center for Aviation Competence at the University of St. Gallen together with Prof. Dr. Roland Müller, who was the initiator and together with several partner Institutes at the University of St. Gallen. Before and during his studies he collected several years of practical research experiences from private consulting companies in Denmark, Belgium and Switzerland. Furthermore, he spend several years working at accounting consultancies and the bank Credit Suisse.

Furthermore, he holds the position of President of the Swiss Aerospace Cluster and is member of the airspace commission of the national Aeroclub Switzerland. He is a freelance part time aircraft accident investigator at the aircraft accident investigation office of Switzerland and was team captain of the Swiss national gliding team for four years and managed the team successfully at two European and two World Gliding Championships. Furthermore he was president of the Eastern Swiss Aeroclub organisation in Switzerland for 5 years.