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Sabrina Fischenich, M.Sc.


Room: H9154
Office hours: on appointment 

Before joining Prof. Talke’s team as an academic assistant, Sabrina Fischenich received a Master’s degree from the Free University Berlin in Management & Marketing. This specialization coincides with her major in Management during her Bachelor studies at Maastricht University. During her studies, Sabrina spent two semesters abroad in Canada and France and gained working experience in market research and brand marketing. Her master’s thesis dealt with customer evaluations of service recovery efforts after they experienced service failure.

Sarah Johann, M.Sc.


Room: H9153
Office hours: on appointment 

Sarah Johann joined Prof. Talke’s team in October 2014 as an academic assistant. Sarah studied business administration (B.Sc.) and Management & Marketing (M.Sc.) at the Free University of Berlin and the HEC Paris. Her master thesis analyzed the effects of corporate downsizing on the reputation of a firm. During her studies she worked as a student research assistant at the Free and Technical University of Berlin. Sarah’s current research interests include product design and consumer product preferences.

Dipl. Wi.-Ing. Antonia Wagner


Room: H9155
Office hours: on appointment 

Antonia Wagner joined Prof. Talkes’ team in September 2016 with her expertise in business administration, consumer culture and design. She holds a diploma in economic engineering from the Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe (KIT) and studied Art Theory and Media Philosophy at the Karlsruhe University of the Arts and Design (HfG) where between 2013–2016 she also worked as a research assistant on the project „Konsumästhetik. Formen des Umgangs mit käuflichen Dingen“ (Consumer Aesthetics: Forms of Dealing with Commercial Objects) funded by the VolkswagenStiftung. Her PhD focuses on feminist perspectives in the fine arts since the 1960s. Antonia gained teaching experience in the Department of Sociology (KIT) and as a lecturer from 2011–2013 at the HfG.

Ph.D. Florian Waldner


Room: H9156

Office hours: on appointment

Florian joined Prof. Talkes’ team in 2016 as PostDoc. He is also affiliated to the Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics at the Copenhagen Business School (25%). He received his PhD in Management from the University of Vienna in 2015. He holds master’s degrees in international business administration (University of Vienna) and in digital art (University of Applied Arts Vienna). His primary research areas relate to the management of innovation focusing on business model innovation, design innovation, and open innovation processes. Between 2008 and 2010 he was part of a London-based music technology startup focusing on the development and distribution of mobile applications (Reality Jockey Ltd., RjDj).

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