Six new PhD students enrolled at the department

Christian Truelsen Elbæk, Raian Razal, Saeedeh Shafiee Kristensen, Sahar Sattari, Sebastian Florander Smidt and Shahab Kazemi are now PhD students at MGMT

2020.02.03 | Merete Elmann

Christian Truelsen Elbæk

Raian Razal

Saeedeh Shafiee Kristensen

Sahar Sattari

Sebastian Florander Smidt

Shahab Kazemi

The following PhD students begin their studies at the Department of Management in February: 

Christian Truelsen Elbæk with the project title 'Doing More for the Poor: How Do Ressource Constrained Individuals Take Decisions and How Can We Make Them Take Better Decisions?' Christian will be working with supervisors Panagiotis Mitkidis and Tobias Otterbring and affiliated with the OSA section.


Raian Razal with the project title 'Pride-based Branding: Motivations and Effectiveness to the LGBTQ+ Community (a European perspective)'. Raian will be working with supervisors Polymeros Chrysochou and Tobias Otterbring and affiliated with the MAR section.


Saeedeh Shafiee Kristensen with the project title 'Designing to Connect Temporary Organization to Permanent Organization'. Saeedeh will be working with supervisors Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson and Erik Reimer Larsen and affiliated with the OSA section.


Sahar Sattari with the project title 'Knowledge Sharing and Learning Processes in Megaprojects: Institutional and Organizational Enablers and Disablers'. Sahar will be working with supervisors Per Svejvig and Mona Toft Madsen and affiliated with the ITIM section.  


Sebastian Florander Smidt with the project title 'Followership Behavior and Performance - A Time Sensitive Study'. Sebastian will be working with supervisors Anne Bøllingtoft and Ann-Kristina Løkke Møller and affiliated with the OSA section.


Shahab Kazemi with the project title 'The Evolution of Human-Object Relationships, Interdependencies of User Experiences and Their Impact on IoT-Adoption and Use Pattern'. Shahab will be working with supervisors Marco Hubert and Lars Frederiksen and affiliated with the MAR section.


A warm welcome to all our new PhD students!    


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