Gloria Puliga is a PhD student in “Management, Finance and Accounting” at LIUC – Università Cattaneo. Her research focuses on R&D and Innovation Management. Her specific interest is on the impact that Big Science projects have in terms of technology transfer and third mission. In this context, her PhD scholarship is co-financed by ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development), with the aim to measure the impact that the ITER project has on the Italian industry and society. Moreover, her areas of research focus on technology intelligence and technology management, where she is involved in projects financed by private companies as well as public funding agencies.
At LIUC, she is currently teaching in the courses of “Innovation Management and New Product Development” and "Business Administration and Organization”.
She holds a MSc in Industrial Engineering (LIUC) with honors and a MA in Management, Communication & IT (MCI – Innsbruck).