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In the winter semester 2020/21 the "Diginomics Lunchtime" event series will be held exclusively in digital form via the "Zoom" platform. If you would like to access the seminars, please contact us by e-mail.

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2020/2021

28. October 12:00 pmMachine Learning in Stock Return PredictionDaniel Metko
Diginomics Research Group
04. November 11:30 amDesigning Process Guidance Systems Supporting Individual’s Process Knowledge and Process ExecutionProf. Dr. Stefan Morana
Universität des Saarlandes
11. November 12:00 pmCybersecurity and Data Privacy from an Interdisciplinary Perspective: Requirements, Demands and Measures
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Evren Eren (Hochschule Bremen); Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker (Uni Bremen), Sven Müller (DB Systel GmbH); Dr. Michael Stadermann (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt)
18. November 12:00 pmStarting New by Fitting In: FinTech Startup Endorsements by Analysts
Dr. Milan Klus
Diginomics Research Group
25. November 12:00 pmPublics as Authoritarian Input Institutions: How Digital Criticism Contributes to the Stabilization of Non-Democratic RuleDr. Florian Töpfl
University of Passau
02. December 12:00 pmModern Forms of Digital AdvertisingProf. Dr. Maik Eisenbeiß
Diginomics Research Group
09. December 12:00 pmQuantified Self and Self-Tracking Technologies: An Application in Health Care Prof. Dr. Jan Klein
Tilburg University
16. December 12:00 pm
Digitalization of Management Information Flow in the Supply Chain of Retail Companies in Cameroon
Diginomics Research Group
06. January 12:00 pmSupply Chain Management Aspects and Data Analytics Practices for Emergency Situations: a study of the UK Retail Sector
Prof. Dr. Thanos Papadopoulos
University of Kent
13. January 12:00 pmCommittee Decision-Making under the Threat of LeaksProf. Dr. Sebastian Fehrler
University of Bremen; Socium
20. January 16:00 pmDeep Learning in Asset Pricing
Prof. Dr. Markus Pelger
Stanford University
27. January 12:00 pmLet’s Talk Digital Infrastructure: The Digital Reordering of Rights, Networks, and Community
Prof. Dr. Carsten Sørensen
London School of Economics and Political Science
03. February 12:00 pmInitial Coin Offerings: A Systematic Literature Review Based on Topic Modeling
Theresa Kück
Diginomics Research Group
10. February 12:00 pmCrypto Hedge Funds
Dr. Paul Momtaz
UCLA Anderson School of Management
17. February 12:00 pmLock-In Effects in Online Labor Markets
Fabrizio Ciotti and Eliza Stenzhorn
Université catholique de Louvain /University of Bremen

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2020

22. April 12:00 p.m.Patent Management in Times of Blockchain TechnologyNils Denter
Diginomics Research Group
6. May 12:00 p.m.Digital Incubators - A Chance to Overcome Entrepreneurs' Resource GapsTatevik Narimanyan
Diginomics Research Group
13. May 12:00 p.m.Conversational AI as an companion-tool to create new Ideas and Innovations based on the Sustainable Development Goals
Frederike Bursee
Diginomics Research Group
20. May 12:00 p.m.Cryptocurrencies in Finance
Steffen Günther
Diginomics Research Group
27. May 12:00 p.m.Energy Revolution, Digitalization and Labor Markets: The Impact on Growth and DistributionPhilipp Hohn
Diginomics Research Group
3. June 12:00 p.m.Generativity and Growth in Digital PlatformsProf. Dr. Daniel Fürstenau
Freie Universität Berlin
10. June 12:00 p.m.Introduction to Brand Loyalty in Voice ShoppingNastaran Taherparvar
Diginomics Research Group
17. June 12:00 p.m.
Raising Task State Awareness in Teams by means of Augmented Reality
Prof. Dr. Annette Kluge
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
24. June 12:00 p.m.A Preference for Revision Absent Objective Improvement
Ximena Garcia-Rada
Harvard University
1. July 12:00 p.m.Digital X and Digital PracticeAbayomi Baiyere, PhD
Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School
16. July 12:00 p.m.Automation, Employment, and Wages: Is This Time Different?
Prof. Dr. Melanie Arntz
ZEW Mannheim und Universität Heidelberg

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2019/2020

16. October 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Robots and FirmsProf. Dr. Michael Koch
Aarhus University
23. October 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Can Television Reduce Xenophobia? The Case of East GermanyProf. Dr. Lars Hornuf
Diginomics Research Group
30. October 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090"Aber das Programm hat gesagt..." - Management-Entscheidungen, Künstliche Intelligenz und Big Data AnalyticsDr. Veronica Hoch
Ruhr-University of Bochum
06. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Lock-in Effects in Online Labor MarketsEliza Stenzhorn
DFG Group Crowdsourcing as a New Form of Organizing Labor Relations
13. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Investor vs. Investment Return: The Curious Case of Systematic Investment StrategiesDr. Moritz Heiden
20. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Social Dilemma of Big DataKirsten Hillebrand
University of Bremen
27. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Algorithm Aversion in Financial InvestingProf. Dr. Christoph Merkle
Kühne Logistics University
12. December 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090AI as Information Infrastructure and the Future of FirmsProf. Youngjin Yoo
Case Western Reserve University
18. December 12 p.m.
Room WiWi2 F4090Digitalisierung in Business InkubatorenTate Narimanyan
Diginomics Research Group
08. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Location Based TargetingProf. Dr. Martin Spann
LMU Munich
15. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Development of Personality Traits in Work Context: What Role Does Gainful Employment, in Particular Digitization, Management Behavior and Social Employment Relations, Play in The Development of Personality Traits?Martina Schaper
University of Bremen
23. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Automation, Employment, and Wages: Is This Time Different?Prof. Dr. Melanie Arntz
ZEW Mannheim and University of Heidelberg
29. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Race for Technological Leadership in Artificial IntelligenceMatheus Eduardo Leusin
Diginomics Research Group

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2019

03. April 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Risk Simulations in Online Financial AdviceProf. Dr. Stefan Zeisberger
University of Zurich
Radbound University
10. April 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Which Preferences Have Crowdworkers?
A Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis
Lisa Nagel
DFG Group Crowdsourcing as a New Form of Organizing Labor Relations
17. April 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Democratizing Algorithmic Fairness, or Why Automated Decison-Making is PoliticalDr. Pak-Hang Wong
University of Hamburg
24. April 12 p.m.RoomWiWi2 F4090Smart Grids meet Average Consumers
An Experimental Study on the Behavioral Consequences of Flexible Energy Provision
Dr. Thomas Lauer
University of Cologne
08. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Identifying Fraud in Initial Coin OfferingsTheresa Kück
Diginomics Research Group
15. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Data Science and StatisticsPD Dr. Theo Berger
University of Bremen
22. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Race for Technological Leadership in Atificial IntelligenceMatheus Eduardo Leusin
Diginomics Research Group
Robotversity Management: The Potential of Human-Robotics-Teams in Tomorrow's Wolrd of WorkDenis Pijetlovic
Diginomics Research Group
29. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Demystifying "Blockchain": Clearing up Common Misconceptions and MythsMichel Rauchs
Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance
University of Cambridge
05. June 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Digitale Geldanlage: Money and ModelsProf. Dr. Stefan Mittnik
LMU Munich
12. June 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Does Monetary Policy Matter for the German 'Hausmarkt'? Evidence based on ImmobilienScout24Prof. Dr. Torben Klarl
Diginomics Research Group
19. June 6 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Learning from Social StreamsProf. Dr. Eirini Ntoutsi
Leibnitz University Hannover and L3S Research Center
26. June 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Artificial Intelligence and Firm Growth - Catch-up processes of SMEs through integrating AI into the knowledge baseAlexander Kopka
Diginomics Research Group
How to Get Them to TalkHendrik Hinrichs
Diginomics Research Group
03. July 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Design and Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems
Challenges and Recent Developments
Prof. Dr. Rolf Drechsler
University of Bremen and German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence
10. July 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090New Competence Requirements in Organizations due to DigitizationMichèle Rieth
Diginomics Research Group