Doctoral Candidate

Benjamin Schellinger

Doctoral Candidate
Wittelsbacherring 10,
95444 Bayreuth

Benjamin Schellinger, born in 1991, graduated from high school in 2009, following vocational training at an insurance company. From 2012 to 2018, he studied International Management and International Business and Finance at Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, including one academic semester in France and Mexico. In his studies, Benjamin gained practical experience in auditing and consulting at KPMG and wealth management at MEAG. After completing his studies, he initially researched and taught at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences on blockchain technology in the financial sector and has been a doctoral candidate at the Research Center Finance & Information Management and the Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer FIT in Bayreuth since June 2020.

Within the scope of his research, Benjamin Schellinger is mainly concerned with the topic of blockchain technology in the financial sector.

Welche Zukunft hat die Blockchain-Technologie in der Energiewirtschaft?
Bogensperger, Alexander
Zeiselmair, Andreas
Hinterstocker, Michael
Dossow, Patrick
Hilpert, Johannes
Wimmer, Maximilian
von Gneisenau, Carsten
Klausmann, Nikolaus
Strüker, Jens
Urbach, Nils
Schellinger, Benjamin
Sedlmeir, Johannes
Völter, Fabiane
Optimization of Special Cryptocurrency Portfolios
in: The Journal of Risk Finance, 2020
Schellinger, Benjamin