Dr. Irina Alic
2011–2016: Research Fellow, Chair of Electronic Finance and Digital Markets,
University of Göttingen
2007–2011: Student Assistant, Center for Financial Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt
2010: Studies in Computer Science, Goethe University Frankfurt
Diploma Thesis: “Supporting Investment Management with Machine Learning Techniques”
2009–2010: Analyst, T-Systems, Frankfurt
2007–2008: Freelance Work as a Trainer, tribe Technologies
03/2007–09/2007: Internship, tribe Technologies, IT-Project Management
2005–2008: Distribution of Robomowers
2000–2006: Assistant of the Theater Director (last Position), CinemaxX Offenbach
Alic, I. 2015. “Supporting Financial Market Surveillance: An IT Artifact Evaluation,” in Proceedings of the 28th Bled eConference, Bled, Slovenia.
Alic, I., Siering, M., and Bohanec M. 2013. “Hot Stock or Not? A Qualitative Multi-Attribute Model to Detect Financial Market Manipulation,” in Proceedings of the 26th Bled eConference eInnovation: Impacts of Individuals, Organizations and Society, Bled, Slovenia. (winner of the best paper award)
Alic, I., Muntermann, J., and Gregory R. W. 2012. “State of the Art of Financial Decision Support Systems based on Problem, Requirement, Component and Evaluation Categories,” in Proceedings of the 25th Bled eConference, Bled, Slovenia.
Zülch, M. J., Alic, I., and Muntermann, J. 2011. “How "good" is bad News? Exploring Sentiments of Corporate Disclosures,” in Proceedings of the 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, USA.