Luisa Cadonau, M.Sc.

Universität Bremen

Research Associate


Max-von-Laue-Straße 1
28359 Bremen, Germany
WIWI 2 Building, Room F 2360

phone: +49 (0)421 218-66661
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Current Position

from 04/2023     University of Bremen, Germany

                                 Research Associate (PhD student)

                                 in the Diginomics Research Group


Previous Positions 

10/2020-02/2023       Generali Deutschland AG, Germany

                                          Working Student HR Development & Talent Management        

04/2019-09/2019       Robert Bosch Automotive Steering Bremen GmbH, Germany

                                          Intern in Human Resource Management  


2020-2023           University of Bremen, Germany

                               Master of Science in Business Psychology


2022                    Universitetet i Oslo, Norway

                               Semester abroad


2016-2020           Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany

                               Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Business Psychology

Graduate Group

Luisa Cadonau is part of the Graduate Group Digitization of the Faculty of Economics at the University of Bremen.

The Graduate Group investigates current economic issues concerning the Digitization of labor, financial, and product markets. Twelve projects deal with ethical, socio-political, industrial-psychological, economic and policy-relevant issues relating to new digital markets. The content of the projects includes questions related to Work 4.0, Blockchain, Digital Finance, Artificial Intelligence and Platform Economics. 

Luisa Cadonau is working on a project relating to Human Machine Interaction and Workforce-Analytics as part of the graduate group.


Teamwork in a Mars habitat

Luisa Cadonau is a member of the project team "Team performance of human-human and human-agent teams in a Mars habitat under various scenarios".

As part of the 3-part seed project on "The living Habitat" within the MAPEX cluster initiative "Researching pathways toward a long-term sustainable, ethically acceptable human settlement of Mars" and in cooperation with ZARM and Sustainable Communication Networks, the project "Team performance in extreme environments" investigates how human users integrate into the technological environment of the habitat on Mars and how their team processes and performance can be improved by adaptations of the technological environment and in cooperation with an artificial intelligence.



The German Psychological Society (DGPs)