Julien Bucher

Julien Bucher is a research fellow and lecturer at the Chair of Innovation Research and Management of Technology at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the Chemnitz University of Technology. His research focuses on social and technological innovation, especially in regard to visuality, imagination, creativity, sustainability, and frugality.


Imagination, Creativity, and Responsible Management in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Ziska Fields, Julien Bucher, Anja Weller. © 2019. 333 pages.
As we move through the Fourth Industrial Revolution, people are becoming more concerned about the potential benefits and risks of digital technology and its impact. People are...
The Overlooked Roots of Innovations: Exploring the Relevance of Imagination on Innovation Using Science Fiction
Julien Bucher. © 2019. 21 pages.
Imagination is an often-overlooked integral element of human progress, in general, and innovations, in particular. In this chapter, it is argued that the examination of the...
From the Visual Turn to Turned Up Visuality: Modes of Interaction in the Digitalized Era and Ways to Utilize Them
Julien Bucher, Anja Weller. © 2019. 21 pages.
The humanities and social sciences discovered the field of visual research in the 1990s and proclaimed several “turns” to emphasize the importance of visuality (or the visual...
Is an Artist a Better Scientist?: An Empirical Analysis on the Impact That Artistic Activity Has on a Scientist's Achievement
Rebecca Frenz, Julien Bucher, Anja Hermann-Fankhänel. © 2019. 24 pages.
This chapter regards itself with the verification of theses by American scientist Robert Root-Bernstein who through scientific work spanning decades was able to find support for...