Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Gronau (born 1964) studied mechanical engineering and business administration at the Technical University of Berlin. He received his doctorate in 1994 with a thesis on the conception of a strategy-oriented management information system for decision support in production management at the Department of Computer Science at the TU Berlin. Until March 2000, he headed the teaching and research group Production-Oriented Business Informatics at the Institute for Business Informatics at the TU Berlin. There he habilitated in October 2000 with the topic "Sustainable architectures of industrial information systems in the context of organizational change" for the subject area Business Informatics. In the summer semester of 2000 he managed the chair of Business Information Systems at the University of Oldenburg. In the winter semester 2000/2001 he was appointed to this professorship, which he held until March 2004. Since April 2004 he has held a chair at the University of Potsdam. His research interests lie in the areas of operational knowledge management and adaptable ERP systems.
Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova has been a Professor at the Chair of Information Systems, in particular Social Media and Data Science, at the University of Potsdam since 2015. She was previously Assistant Professor at the University of Bern in Switzerland. Her research focuses on the social, individual and entrepreneurial value of social media. Hanna Krasnova is the author of over 60 research articles that have been published in numerous high-ranking journals and at various conferences. Her research on envy on Facebook won the Best Paper Award at the Business Informatics Conference in February 2013 and was picked up by all major news agencies worldwide. Furthermore, Hanna Krasnova was awarded by the Dalle Molle Foundation for her research ideas on the connection between social media use and depression among young people.
Professor Dr. habil. Key Pousttchi holds the SAP Endowed Chair for Information Systems and Digitization, in particular IT Strategy and IT Business Value, at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Potsdam. From 2001 to 2014 he taught business informatics and mobile business at the University of Augsburg and was head of the wi-mobile research group, which he established in 2001 as one of the first scientific research institutions in the field of m-commerce and mobile business. From 1989 to 2001, he was an officer of the German Armed Forces in various positions with a focus on leadership and strategy.
Prof. Dr. Moreen Heine completed her studies in Political Science and Computer Science at the University of Potsdam in 2001. From December 2004 to March 2005 she worked at the Institute for eGovernement (IfG.CC) in Potsdam. Since February 2005 she has been working at the Chair of Information Systems and E-Government at the University of Potsdam. She successfully completed her doctorate in 2010 and has been a junior professor of business informatics since April 2015. In 2018 she achieved habilitation equivalence with a successful evaluation of the junior professorship.
Dr. Christof Thim is a postdoctoral fellow at the Chair of Processes and Systems at the University of Potsdam. He received his doctorate in 2017 on "Technology acceptance in companies". He led workshops and mini-tracks at ECIS and HICSS on a wide range of topics. His research focuses on adaptive processes and systems. He is currently investigating conscious forgetting as a way of adapting to digital transformation (DFG SPP 1921). He is co-editor of the journal "Transactions on Enterprise Systems" (aes-journal.com).
Sander Lass is head of the research group Factory Software and Technical Business Informatics at the Chair of Business Informatics, especially Processes and Systems, at the University of Potsdam. He is also responsible for the Research and Application Center Industry 4.0, a cyber-physical model factory that aims to transfer research results into real applications. Within the scope of his research, he deals with the software design of modern factories with regard to the adaptive integration of different technology components and software systems as well as the efficient implementation of current concepts (e.g. Industrial Internet of Things) and organizational principles (e.g. autonomous or decentralized production control).
Gergana Vladova is a postdoctoral fellow at the Chair of Information Systems with a focus on processes and systems at the University of Potsdam and head of the research group "Education and Training in the Digital Society" at the Weizenbaum Institute in Berlin. She holds a Master's degree in International Economic Relations from the University of Sofia (Bulgaria) and in Communication and Economics from the FU Berlin as well as a PhD from the University of Potsdam. She researches, publishes and teaches in various application-oriented and DFG-funded research projects on competence development in the context of digitization, knowledge and innovation management and product piracy.
Workshops und Prototypes
- May 2018 Doctorate (Dr. rer. pol.) at the University of Potsdam, Topic: Properties of versatile systems - Development of an inductive system - Nov - Dec 2016 Research stay at the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong - Sept. - Dec. 2015 Research stay at the School of Information Systems, Queensland University of Technology, Australia - Sept. - Dec. 2014 Research stay at the Department for Information Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa - since July 2011 Research Assistant at the Chair of Business Informatics, especially Processes and Systems - 2004 - 2011 Study of Business Administration at the University of Potsdam - 2010/2011 Diploma student Daimler AG, Stuttgart, topic: Transformation strategies in companies - the identification, operationalisation and evaluation of transformation patterns - 2009/2010 Study of Business Administration with a focus on Finance at the Moscow Finance Academy, Russia
- Studied business informatics at the Westfälische Wilhelmsuniversität Münster - Studied computer science at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg - Student assistant at the Chair of Business Informatics at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg - Student assistant at the Chair of Information Systems and Electronic Government at the University of Potsdam - Scientific Assistant at the Chair of Information Systems and Electronic Government at the University of Potsdam - doctorate - Head of the junior research group Decision Management (since June 2017)