Shangqing Wang, MBA, MPA

Scientific Researcher – Sustainability

Shangqing Wang is a dedicated scientific researcher specializing in sustainability at the Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks within the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at TU Dresden. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in International Management of Resources and Environment, as well as a Master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA). With a passion for driving positive change through innovation and communication, Shangqing’s work focuses on exploring innovative solutions for sustainable development and addressing environmental challenges.

Contact Information:

  • Phone: +49 351 463-34621
  • Email: shangqing.wang(at)tu-dresden.de
  • Room: BAR I8

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management, General, Cape Breton University, Canada
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA), Dalhousie University, Canada
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

Experience Highlights: Shangqing has a diverse background in intergovernmental policy analysis and startup business development, with a focus on green technology transfer and sustainability. Her career journey reflects her deep commitment to addressing environmental challenges and fostering sustainable practices through effective communication and innovative solutions.

  • Intergovernmental Policy Analyst: Shangqing brings extensive experience from her tenure in the Canadian provincial government, where she specialized in intergovernmental policy analysis. She facilitated communication and collaboration between different levels of government, contributing to the development of policies aimed at addressing critical issues such as healthcare, international trade, and environmental protection.
  • Startup Business Development: As a key member of a startup focused on spectroscopy and green technology transfer, Shangqing played a pivotal role in driving business development initiatives. Her expertise in fostering innovation and communication channels, identifying market opportunities, and facilitating the transfer of green technologies to commercial applications contributed to advancing sustainable practices and promoting eco-friendly solutions in the market.

Research Interests:

  • Sustainable urban mobility solutions
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Sustainability communication strategies
  • Sustainable business models and governance frameworks
  • Stakeholder engagement and community empowerment for sustainable development
  • Green tech transfer and adoption

Projects and Roles:

  • Mobilities for EU: Shangqing actively participates in the EU Project “Mobilities for EU,” contributing to sustainable urban mobility initiatives at a regional and European level, incorporating innovative solutions such as bi-directional charging from the DymoBat project, among others, to enhance sustainability and efficiency in urban mobility planning.
  • Smart Grid Course Organization: She plays a role in organizing the Smart Grid course, integrating sustainability principles into the curriculum to promote environmental awareness.
  • Sustainability Ambassador: Shangqing serves as the Sustainability Ambassador at TUD Green Office, advocating for sustainable practices within the university community.
  • Sustainability Communication Initiatives: Shangqing leads efforts in sustainability communication within and outside of TU Dresden, working on awareness and education to promote environmentally friendly practices and behaviors.

Research Experience:

  • Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (Oct 2017 – Jul 2018): As a Research Assistant, Shangqing developed a comprehensive marketing plan for the EU project “AquaNES,” focusing on combined natural and engineered systems (cNES) for water treatment. Her master’s thesis involved conducting a detailed market analysis of the water sector in Asia, particularly in China, utilizing the PESTEL framework to identify key factors influencing the adoption of cNES technologies.