From 2006 to 2009, Dr. Sebastian Ludorf studied business administration at the University of Göttingen. He accomplished his bachelor`s degree with his thesis dealing with "Value-based controlling of risk positions in German private banks? Opportunities and limitations of support by information systems". Thereupon, Dr. Ludorf studied business administration with focus on management in the master`s programme at the University of Göttingen and at the Aalto University School of Science and Technology in Helsinki. He accomplished his master degree "Master of Science in Management" in March 2012 successfully through his master thesis dealing with "Decision criteria for investments in peer-to-peer-based instruments for corporate financing".
During his studies he was employed as a student assistant at the Chair of Application Systems and E-Business at the University of Göttingen. In the year 2011, Dr. Sebastian Ludorf was awarded with the scholarship of federal state Lower-Saxony.
From April 2012 to March 2016, Dr. Ludorf worked as a research associate at the DFG Research Training Group 1703 "Resource Efficiency in Interorganizational Networks" and at the Chair of Retailing. His research focuses on B2B-Marketing, the distribution of products from renewable resources as well as the design of distribution channels in the context of transaction cost economics.
In December 2015, Dr. Sebastian Ludorf successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Specific Features of Products from Renewable Resources and Their Impact on the Choice of Efficient Coordination Mechanisms in Business-to-Business Relationships".
Since April 2016, Dr. Ludorf works for the consulting firm diligent technology & business consulting (www.dtbc.eu) based in Frankfurt-on-Main, which specializes on CRM, process optimization and IT-management.