My academic career is strongly based on my 15 years of international business experience, among others:
These professional experiences encouraged me to pursue my PhD project on developing a cross-cultural knowledge alignment framework that automatically aligns and structures multiple culture-specific concept systems (ontologies) by employing the state-of-the-art cognitive model developed by MIT and extended as an advanced unsupervised machine learning tool by researchers from Technical University of Denmark.
I am highly motivated to initiate interdisciplinary research projects bridging between technical sciences and humanities/social sciences; academic research and businesses; as well as Western and Eastern cultures.
My current interest is applying the aforementioned machine learning tool to analyze diverse multicultural data, e.g. response patterns of survey items available from e.g. World Value Survey / European Social Survey and consumer survey data. In particular, segmentation of consumers, segment-specific behavior prediction, as well as development of segment-specific communication strategy are some of my major research interests.
I am a main initiator of a prestigious interdisciplinary innovation project UMAMI, co-headed with Prof. Alexander Josiassen, Director of Center for Tourism & Culture Management at Dept. of Marketing. In this project, we investigate tourists’ interpersonal values, motivations and mental representation of tourist destinations which influence their behavioral intensions to select and visit a specific destination.
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Last updated on August, 2016 by Fumiko Kano Glückstad