Awards

The Faculty of Business and Economics is devoted to excellent research and teaching. One approach to meet this goal is to promote and support scientists, doctoral students and scholarship holders within the faculty. Since 2008, teaching and research awards have been presented annually for outstanding achievements in research and teaching.

Research and Teaching Awards 2020

Research Awards 2020

Prof. Dr. Lin Xie: Best Paper Award for the publication
„Introducing Split Orders and Optimizing Operational Policies in Robotic Mobile Fulfillment Systems"

Sören Keller: Best Paper Award for the publication
„Application of stress intensity factor superposition in residual stress fields considering crack closure"

David Günther: Best Paper Award for the publication
„Special Purpose Acquisition Companies und die Ineffizienz des Kapitalsystems"

Jana Bucher: Best Paper Award for the publication
„The influence of empowering leadership on repatriate knowledge transfer: Understanding mechanisms and boundary conditions"

Dr. Sarah Stanske: Best Paper Award for the publication
„Anti-identity strategizing: The dynamic interplay of "who we are not"

Yassin Denis Bouzzine: Best Paper Award for the publication
„The contagion effect of environmental violations: The case of Dieselgate in Germany“

Teaching Awards 2020

Dr. Brit Maren Block: Teaching award for the module
„Vorlesung - Elektrotechnik 1"

Dr. Ossama Elshiewy: Teaching award for the module
„Lehrforschungsprojekt: Innovative Marktforschung in der digitalen Welt“

Dr. Marie-Lena Frech: Teaching award for the module
„Big Data in Organisation“

Tim Philipp Hamann: Teaching award for the module
"Zivilrecht II: Vertragsrecht (Übung)"

Prof. Dr. Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich: Teaching award for the module
"Business-Society-Intercations in the digital age"

Research and teaching awards 2019

Teaching awards 2019

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gegenhuber: Teaching award for the module
„Lehrforschungsprojekt: How do crowd-based platforms operate? Leveraging organization theory to inquire into platforms’ organizing processes“

Prof. Dr. Paul Drews: Teaching award for the module
„Digital Innovation Lab: Exploring Transdisciplinary Design“

Eve Sarah Müller: Teaching award for the module
„Inferenzstatistik I – Übung“

Research and teaching awards 2018

Teaching awards 2018

Prof. Dr. Verena Batt: Teaching award for the module
„Kommunikationsmanagement im Zeitalter von Social Media“

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gegenhuber: Teaching award for the module
„Digital Transformation“

Marie-Lena Frech and Stephan Koch: Teaching award for the module
„Winter School for Strategic Management (WSSM)“