Chair of Information Management
First fellowship in Digital Transformation awarded to Peng Huang
The Digital Transformation Research Center (DTRC), led by Dr. Andre Hanelt, at the chair of information management of Prof. Dr. Lutz M. Kolbe, is pleased to announce that they successfully awarded the first "Fellowship in Digital Transformation" for guest researchers. The fellowship was initiated to enable the cooperation with international top-level researchers in the field of digital transformation.
From a number of excellent applications, Peng Huang, assistant professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, was selected. Peng Huang is doing research on the topics of "platform technology and innovation ecoystems", "knowledge-sharing virtual communities", as well as "consumer search and decision making in e-commerce". His work was featured in renowned journals, such as Journal of Marketing, Management Science, and MIS Quarterly. From the 5th of July, he will be starting his two-month research visit at the DTRC in Göttingen.
Further personal details: http://www.penghuang.com/
NDR TV report about the SMRG Project "eRadschnellwege"
In its TV programme “Hallo Niedersachsen”, the NDR reported about the project "e-Radschnellwege – Umstiege erleichtern", which was scientifically researched and guided by the SMRG. Professor Kolbe participated in an interview, in which he highlighted the positive impact and the exemplary character of the project on future urban mobility. The TV report is currently available in the NDR media library and can be found here.
Future Mobility - Digital, shared and electric?
The chair of information management is happy to inform you that the Sustainable Mobility Research Group is prominently featured in the current issue of the science magazine from the Georg-August-University. Besides outlining sustainable mobility in the era of digitalization, the article highlights the accomplishments of the Sustainable Mobility Research Group in its research projects "e-Mobilität vorleben" und "eRadschnellwege - Umstiege erleichtern". One of those achievements was to develop and prototypically implement electrified mobility concepts and underlying business models based on insights and evaluations of potential users. Consequently, the participatory approach helped to ensure a sustainable impact in the region on the acceptance and use of alternative mobility concepts. You can find the whole article in the attached extract of the science magazine (PDF).