Conditions for start-ups in the field of biotechnology are the focus of a study by scholars from Digital Entrepreneurship Hub at Freie Universität Berlin. The aim of the study is to develop an optimized transfer system between science, administration and business that is tailored to the specifics of Berlin's biotechnology sector. Results are expected by the end of September 2021 and are to be incorporated into the so-called "Master Plan Industrial City Berlin," i.e., measures to promote Berlin's industry. The study is being led by Prof. Dr. Hannes Rothe.
Four start-ups are currently looking for co-founders or 1st employees: 1x business administration, 2x programmers, 1x data scientist.
The Enterprise Fair, organized by the European Postdocs-to-Innovators network (p2i), took place digitally at the beginning of November. The program, which was co-designed by the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub, Inncubator from University of Innsbruck and Institut Curie at Paris PSL, offered scientists the opportunity to develop career perspectives - within and beyond an academia.
Professor Hannes Rothe will be on a sabbatical term for research between April and October 2021.
Dr. Katharina Lauer and Professor Hannes Rothe started the podcast series "Data for Life" that is presented by ELIXIR . In the introductory episode, the hosts describe why this is the perfect time for an entrepreneurship scholar and a virologist to join forces. From this point forward, the podcast includes conversations with founders, managers, investors, and scientists who engage in #entrepreneurship and #innovation with #biodata .
"Optimal Distinctiveness in Platform Markets" Professor Hannes Rothe publishes in Strategic Management Journal
The manuscript "Optimal Distinctiveness in Platform Markets: Leveraging Complementors as Legitimacy Buffers" by Karl Täuscher (University of Manchester) and professor Hannes Rothe was accepted for publication in the Strategic Management Journal.
Together with Katharina Lauer from ELIXIR, professor Hannes Rothe hosts session on 'Open data infrastructures - a driver for innovation ecosystems' at this years Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF).
Just recently, the article " Researching Digital Entrepreneurship: Current Issues and Suggestions for Future Directions " has been accepted for publication in the Communications of the Association for Information Systems (C-ranked Journal, SJR Impact Factor 0.617). The article summarizes the Paper development workshop of the newly founded SIG DITE held at the International Conference on Information Systems in 2019. The article can be found here .
"Accumulating Design Knowledge" published in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS)
Design science research is a fundamental paradigm for the information systems discipline. While numerous studies developed design knowledge in the last decades, it is oftentimes questioned whether and how design knowledge relates to theory, whether design knowledge is revisited, and how it accumulates. Published in the flagship Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS), the publication Accumulating Design Knowledge: A Mechanisms-Based Approach provides first empirically-grounded replies. The study by Hannes Rothe (Freie Universität Berlin), Lauri Wessel (University of Bremen), and Ana Paula Barquet (Technical University Berlin) is the first to theorize the process of knowledge accumulation in design science research. It introduces three mechanisms, namely injection, folding, and enhancement, that help explaining different patterns of knowledge creation over time. The study followed three entrepreneurial ventures to derive mechanisms of knowledge accumulation before revisiting two streams of published design science research studies using text mining and information networks.
Former master students in information systems successfully applied for EXIST Business Startup Grant for their AI venture. Pricebase enables mobile app developers to customize pricing based on the needs of their users.
Young researchers and postdocs are the epitome of what we generally described as "high potentials". However, we need to do a better job in supporting them on their journeys within and beyond academia. Professor Rothe talks with WirtschaftsWoche to raise attention towards these issues, but also illuminates opportunities that lay within our current research culture.
"Leaving the Shadow: A Configurational Approach to Explain Post-identification Outcomes of Shadow IT Systems" was published in Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE). Together with professor Daniel Fürstenau and Matthias Sandner, professor Rothe presents this study on Shadow IT Systems to the most important journal of the German "Wirtschaftsinformatik" community.
As co-chair of this HICSS minitrack, professor Rothe invites you to submit your research until June 15th 2020. We are interested in research that focuses on the “dynamic” aspects of platforms and ecosystems. How do platforms and ecosystems change? What is the nature of their evolution? What are the mechanisms driving evolution? How do platforms and ecosystems adapt to technological, social, economic, or even political changes? How can specific platform and ecosystem actors succeed within these dynamics?
Together with colleagues of life science infrastructures from across Europe, Professor Rothe and Anna Penninger visited Lisbon to talk about "Best practices in Biomedical Public-Private Research Collaborations".
On January 29, professor Rothe was invited to talk about digital innovation in "artificial intelligence" ventures at Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München. He presented his perspective on how machine learning technologies shape the innovation process of entrepreneurs.
March 27-28th, will be this years "Towards Health Futures" conference in Austin, Texas. Registration is open now! http://www.austinhealthfutures.com/
In recent weeks, professor Rothe has held multiple invited speeches and participated in academic discussions on scaling digital innovations.
Together with three postdocs from Freie Universität Berlin, members of the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub visited University of Cambridge to partake in the Enterprise Fair on sustainable growth and growing for sustainability.
MindR is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) analytics solution from Freie Universität Berlin that aims at revolutionizing the Industry of human resource management by helping corporates better recruit qualified employees rapidly and economically. To this end, MindR empowers with the ability to assess job applicants’ personality traits and future job performance from data.
Together with his co-authors Prof. Sirkka Jarpvenpaa (University of Texas at Austin) and Anna Penninger (PhD student at FU Berlin), Prof. Hannes Rothe has won the Claudio Ciborra Award for the most innovative paper at the European Conference on Information Systems 2019 in Stockholm.