Doctoral Candidate

Alexander Stohr

Doctoral Candidate
Phone  +49 821 598 – 4883
Room  Bldg. I1 Room 2213
University of Augsburg

Alexander Stohr studied Global Business Management (Bachelor of Science) at the University of Augsburg. During his bachelor studies, he spent a semester abroad at the Victoria University Melbourne (Australia). After one year at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, he joined the elite graduate program Finance and Information Management (Master of Science with honors) of the Technical University of Munich, the University of Augsburg and the University of Bayreuth in 2016. Moreover, Alexander was accepted for the 20th class of the Bavarian EliteAcademy, which supports excellent and motivated students from all of Bavaria’s universities on their way to becoming responsible leaders in the future. Alexander gained practical experience at Ernst & Young (assurance), InvestmentDataServices GmbH/Allianz (data management & investment performance analyzes) and Oliver Wyman (management consulting). He started working at the FIM Research Center and the Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer FIT as a research assistant in January 2017 and is a Doctoral Candidate since August 2019.

In his research, Alexander Stohr deals with topics in the field of strategic IT management and explores the management of disruptive technologies. He is particularly interested in artificial intelligence, blockchain and IoT.

Affordance-Experimentation-Actualization Theory in Artificial Intelligence Research : a Predictive Maintenance Story
presented at: 40th International Conference on Information Systems, Munich, 2019
Keller, Robert
Stohr, Alexander
Fridgen, Gilbert
Lockl, Jannik
Rieger, Alexander
Business Value of the IoT : A Project Portfolio Selection Approach
presented at: 26th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Portsmouth, UK, 2018
Fähnle, Annika
Püschel, Louis
Röglinger, Maximilian
Stohr, Alexander