Doctoral Candidates

The Effects of Digital Technology on Opportunity Recognition
in: Business & Information Systems Engineering, 2022
Kreuzer, Thomas
Lindenthal, Anna
Oberländer, Anna Maria
Röglinger, Maximilian

Anna-Katharina Lindenthal

Curriculum Vitae
Anna-Katharina Lindenthal graduated from the Erasmus-Grasser-Gymnasium in Munich in 2013. After two semesters of law studies at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University in Munich, she started her studies of Business Information Systems Engineering at the University of Augsburg in October 2014, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in 2017 and her Master’s degree in 2020. In addition, Anna-Katharina completed a semester abroad with a thematic focus on creativity at Aalborg University in Denmark, where she was certified as a ‘Creative Genius’. During her studies Anna-Katharina gained practical experience at Allianz Beratungs und Vertriebs AG in the field of bancassurance and project management and at Senacor Technologies AG in technical consulting. At the Research Center FIM and the Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer FIT she started working as a student assistant in August 2015 and has been working as a research assistant in Augsburg since October 2020.
Main Research
As part of her research activities, Ms. Lindenthal focuses on the emergence of digital opportunities and the initiation of digital innovations.
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