Doctoral Candidate

Dr. Timm Tränkler

Doctoral Candidate
Mail  timm.traenkler@fim-rc.de
Phone  +49 821 598 – 3921
Room  Bldg. I1 Room 1211
University of Augsburg

Dr. Timm Tränkler completed his Abitur at the Rudolf-Diesel-Gymnasium, Augsburg in 2008. From 2008 to 2012 he studied Information-oriented Business Administration (B. Sc.) at Augsburg University, majoring in Finance & Information. From 2012 to 2015, he studied in the Elite Graduate Program “Finance and Information Management” (M.Sc. with honors) at the Technische Universität München and Augsburg University, majoring in Financial Management. Furthermore, in 2012, Timm Tränkler has been accepted for the 14th class of the Bavarian Elite Academy. Besides his university education, he has gained practical experience through several (international) internships and project works. He also gained international experience in several semesters abroad in Asia (China, Indonesia). At the FIM Research Center, he started in November 2011 as a research assistant and since November 2015, he is working as a Doctoral Candidate at the Fraunhofer Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering in Augsburg.

Mr. Tränkler’s research mainly focuses on investments and financing of energy efficiency measures.

Managing the Risks of Energy Efficiency Insurances in a Portfolio Context : An Actuarial Diversification Approach
in: International Review of Financial Analysis, 2020
Baltuttis, Dennik
Töppel, Jannick
Tränkler, Timm
Wiethe, Christian
Modeling energy efficiency insurances and energy performance contracts for a quantitative comparison of risk mitigation potential
in: Energy Economics, 2019
Töppel, Jannick
Tränkler, Timm
A D-Vine Copula Quantile Regression Approach for the Prediction of Residential Heating Energy Consumption Based on Historical Data
in: Applied Energy, 2019
Niemierko, Rochus
Töppel, Jannick
Tränkler, Timm
The Impact of Energy-Economical Behavior on Long-Term Energetic Retrofitting Roadmaps : A Vine Copula Quantile Regression Approach
in: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Applied Energy. Part 1, s.l., 2019
Töppel, Jannick
Tränkler, Timm
Wiethe, Christian
Explaining the Energy Efficiency Gap : Expected Utility Theory versus Cumulative Prospect Theory
in: Energy Policy, 2017
Häckel, Björn
Pfosser, Stefan
Tränkler, Timm
Toward an Optimal Hedging Strategy Considering Earnings Volatility Through Fair Value Accounted Financial Derivatives
in: The Journal of Risk Finance, 2016
Ebach, Eva
Hertel, Michael
Lindermeir, Andreas
Tränkler, Timm