The Brown-Bag Seminar is an ideal opportunity to present your work and to receive valuable comments and suggestions. You are invited to submit (early) work in progress or (almost) completed papers in all fields of business-related topics.
The seminar takes place biweekly on Tuesday from 12:30 to 1:30PM in Campus building B4 1, room 0.20.
There are very few rules for this seminar:
1. Presentations will typically be held in English. German language might be ok as well.
2. The seminar starts exactly at 12:30PM and ends (exactly) at 1:30PM.
3. Questions from participants are allowed at all times during the presentation.
To fix a date for presenting your work, contact Andreas Barth (andreas.barth[at]uni-saarland[dot]de).
|26.04.2022||Arne Reichel (Goethe University Frankfurt)||Spillovers of cum-ex and cum-cum trading with single stock futures|
|10.05.2022||Minqi Zhang (Saarland University Saarbrücken)||Hybrid order picking: A simulation model of a joint manual and autonomous order picking system|
|24.05.2022||Dominik Gutt (Erasmus University Rotterdam)||Do Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) Affect Prices of Physical Products? Evidence from Trading Card Collectibles|
|07.06.2022||Nijat Mehdiyev (Saarland University Saarbrücken)||Towards Human-Centered Explainable Artificial Intelligence.|
|05.07.2022||Marcel Aksoy (Saarland University Saarbrücken)||How to put the AI in sustainability - An empirical qualitative study on AI and sustainability|
|12.07.2022||Claudia Maria Franke (Saarland University Saarbrücken)||Blurring the lines between human and virtual: Consumers’ responses to virtual advertising models|
|19.07.2022||Jörn Sparfeldt (Saarland University Saarbrücken)||How to solve complex problems? Logfile analyses of strategic behaviors during complex problem solving and their relations to complex problem solving performance|