Doctoral Candidates

Diversifikation des marktlichen Risikos bei der Vermarktung industrieller Energieflexibilität im Kontext von Demand Response
in: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, 2022
Mijatovic, Laura
Rockstuhl, Sebastian
Wagon, Felix
Energieflexibel in die Zukunft : Wie Fabriken zum Gelingen der Energiewende beitragen können
VDI Verlag, 2021
Bachmann, Andreas
Bank, Lukas
Bark, Carlo
Bauer, Dennis
Blöchl, Bruno
Brugger, Martin
Buhl, Hans Ulrich
Dietz, Benjamin
Donelly, Julia
Friedl, Thomas
Halbrügge, Stephanie
Hauck, Heribert
Heil, Joachim
Hieronymus, Aljoscha
Hinck, Torben
Ilieva-König, Svetlina
Johnzén, Carl
Koch, Carsten
Köberlein, Jana
Köse, Ekrem
Lindner, Martin
Lochner, Stefan
Mayer, Tim
Mitsos, Alexander
Roth, Stefan
Sauer, Alexander
Scheil, Claudia
Schilp, Johannes
Schimmelpfennig, Jens
Schulz, Julia
Schulze, Jan
Sossenheimer, Johannes
Strobel, Nina
Tristan, Alejandro
Vernim, Susanne
Wagner, Jonathan
Wagon, Felix
Weibelzahl, Martin
Weigold, Matthias
Weissflog, Jan
Wenninger, Simon
Wöhl, Moritz
Zacharias, Jan
Zäh, Michael F.
Industrial Flexibility Options and their Applications in a Future Energy System
2021
Buhl, Hans Ulrich
Gabrek, Nadine
Gerdes, Jan-Niklas
Kaymakci, Can
Rauland, Katrin
Richter, Fabian
Sauer, Alexander
Schneider, Christian
Schott, Paul
Seifermann, Stefan
Tristán, Alejandro
Wagner, Jonathan
Wagon, Felix
Weibelzahl, Martin
Weissflog, Jan
Zachmann, Bastian
Renewable Electricity Business Models in a Post Feed-in Tariff Era
in: Energy, 2021
Rövekamp, Patrick
Schöpf, Michael
Wagon, Felix
Weibelzahl, Martin
Fridgen, Gilbert
Risk Mitigation Capability of Flexibility Performance Contracts for Demand Response in Electricity Systems
in: Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Uppsala, Sweden, 2019
Jäckle, Florian
Schöpf, Michael
Töppel, Jannick
Wagon, Felix

Felix Wagon

Curriculum Vitae
Felix Wagon completed his Abitur in Nuremberg in 2014 and then studied Industrial Engineering and Management (B.Sc.) at the University of Bayreuth. He enrolled in the elite graduate program Finance & Information Management (M.Sc. with honors) at the Technical University of Munich, the University of Augsburg, and the University of Bayreuth, which he completed with a major in Analytics and Digital Business. During his studies, he gained practical experience in the automotive industry as well as in management consulting and corporate venture building. Additionally, he worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Engineering at the University of Bayreuth and the Chair of Finance and Banking at the University of Augsburg. At the FIM Research Center and the project group Business & Information Systems Engineering of Fraunhofer FIT, Felix Wagon started as a research assistant in 2020 and as a doctoral candidate in 2021.
Main Research
In his research, Felix Wagon focuses on renewable energy systems with a special focus on the evaluation and design of digital business models.
Publications
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