Newly appointed assistant professors at Department of Management

We are very happy to announce that Kathrine Stampe, Susan Hilbolling, Arthur Hjorth, Sarah Bruhs and Martin Jørgensen have been appointed assistant professors at MGMT

2021.05.19 | Merete Elmann

Kathrine Stampe

Susan Hilbolling

Arthur Hjorth

Sarah Bruhs

Martin Jørgensen

Kathrine Stampe will start as assistant professor in the ITIM section.
Kathrine works with the impact of technology on people’s lives and will be mainly associated with the Information Systems Research Group.

Susan Hilbolling will start as tenure track assistant professor in the ITIM section.
Susan works at the interface of digitalisation and innovation and will be mainly associated with the Information Systems Research Group.

Arthur Hjorth will continue his employment at Center for Hybrid Intelligence (CHI) by moving into a tenure track assistant professorship in CHI starting August 2021. Arthur received his PhD in Learning Sciences from Northwestern University. His research focuses on the design and use of digital tools that widen participation in computational methods and bring Machine Learning and Agent-Based Modeling to users in a wide range of research, educational, and industrial contexts.  

Sarah Bruhs will be joining the Marketing section as tenure track assistant professor. Sarah has obtained her PhD from Freie Universität Berlin. Her research interests focus on cooperative strategy with a specific emphasis on buyer-supplier relationships and strategic alliances. Sarah is currently working on an AU BSS based research project on entrepreneurial boards. She will be associated with the B2B Marketing and Purchasing group.

Martin Jørgensen will start as assistant professor in the Marketing section. His research revolves around the microfoundations of supplier relationship management. Martin will be associated with the B2B Marketing and Purchasing group. Martin will take up his new position once he has successfully defended his PhD thesis.

Congratulations to all of our new assistant professors!  

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