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Christian Olenberger obtained his matriculation standard in Hamburg in 2011. Subsequently, he studied Business & Information Systems Engineering (Bachelor of Science) at the Technical University of Munich. In 2017, he completed the elite graduate program Finance & Information Management (Master of Science with honors) at the Technical University of Munich, the University of Augsburg, and the University of Bayreuth with a focus on Business & Information Systems Engineering. Christian gained practical experience at Capgemini, Check24 and SAP. Beside his social involvement, Christian is awarded winner of the Postbank Finance Award and the international privacy bot competition organized by Telekom AG. At the FIM Research Center and the project group Business & Information Systems Engineering of Fraunhofer FIT, he started as a research assistant in April 2016 and is a Doctoral Candidate since January 2018.
Christian Olenberger’s research focuses primarily on the digitization of the individual and information systems design.
The effectiveness of social norms in improving users’ reporting behavior in the fight against fake newsin: Journal of Management Information Systems, 2021
Gimpel, HennerHeger, SebastianOlenberger, ChristianUtz, Lena
The Insurance Effect of Renewable Distributed Energy Resources Against Uncertain Electricity Price Developmentsin: Energy Economics, 2020
Fridgen, GilbertHalbrügge, StephanieOlenberger, ChristianWeibelzahl, Martin
Privacy Bots : Digitale Helfer für mehr Transparenz im Internetin: Datenschutz und Datensicherheit, 2019
Nüske, NiclasOlenberger, ChristianRau, DanielSchmied, Fabian
An investigation of the effects of anthropomorphism in collective human-machine decision-makingpresented at: 26th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Workshops and Tutorials, Portsmouth, UK, 2018
André, ElisabethGimpel, HennerOlenberger, Christian