Lars Andraschko is currently a doctoral candidate at the Chair of Information Systems and Management of the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Augsburg. His research focuses on the question of how humans can(not) combat climate change with the help of intelligent technologies. In particular, he examines situations in which individual interests and sustainability concerns do (not) collide.
Besides a research stay at the triple-crowned Lund School of Economics and Management at Lund University in Sweden, Lars has taken numerous courses with outstanding scholars in the Information Systems field. Having learned from leading scholars, he now uses both qualitative and quantitative techniques as well as purely conceptual approaches to answer his carefully crafted research questions. In particular, he raises questions designed to make a theoretical and societal contribution. Lars is also involved in the "SIG Green", a special interest group of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), which is primarily concerned with addressing issues of environmental sustainability. There he was a speaker in their webinar series. His work has been presented and published at the leading conferences in the field, including the Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
Prior to joining the Chair of Information Systems and Management, he completed a Master's degree in Controlling, Finance, and Accounting at the Business School of Pforzheim University. During this time, he spent a semester abroad at the triple-crowned Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). Lars Andraschko studied Business Administration in the Bachelor's program at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University. Throughout this period, he worked in various functional areas of the automotive and consumer goods industry at HARMAN (a Samsung Company). He also gained practical experience in Detroit (USA). At the moment, he is involved in teaching at the Pforzheim Business School. Based on his background in managerial accounting and business administration, he is mainly focused on teaching management simulations. In addition, he supervises bachelor's and master's theses at several universities on digitalization and sustainability phenomena.
Since December 2019, he has been an external doctoral student of Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit.
|Andraschko, Lars, Wunderlich, Philipp, Sarker, Saonee, & Veit, Daniel J. (2023). On the role of smartness in helping consumers create sustainable outcomes. Margunn Aanestad, Stefan Klein, Monideepa Tarafdar, Shengnan Han, Sven Laumer, Isabel Ramos (Eds.), Proceedings of ECIS 2023 - European Conference on Information Systems, Research Papers, Kristiansand, Norway, June 11-16, 2023(p. 38). New York, NY: AISeL.|
|Andraschko, Lars, Wunderlich, Philipp, Sarker, Saonee, & Veit, Daniel (2023). Sustainable IS use: what IS needed to REDUSE. Rahul Dé, Souren Paul, Suprateek Sarker, Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen (Eds.), Rising like a Phoenix: Emerging from the Pandemic and Reshaping Human Endeavors with Digital Technologies - ICIS 2023 Proceedings: International Conference on Information Systems, December 10-13, 2023, Hyderabad, India(p. 10). New York, NY: AISeL.|
|Andraschko, Lars (2022). Promoting sustainable behavior in the smart home. SIG Green Webinar, March 30, 2022 (virtual event).|
|Andraschko, Lars, Wunderlich, Philipp, Sarker, Saonee, & Veit, Daniel (2022). Exploring the behavioral sprouts of smart home farming. Roman Beck, Dana Petcu, Marin Fotache (Eds.), Proceedings: European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2022, 18-24 June 2022, Timisoara, Romania(p. RIP 26). New York, NY: AISeL.|
|Andraschko, Lars, Wunderlich, Philipp, & Veit, Daniel (2021). The warm glow of vertical farms: on moral satisfaction and the adoption of sustainable smart home technology. International Conference on Challenges in Managing Smart Products and Services (CHIMSPAS), August 26 & 27, 2021, Bielefeld, Germany (virtual).|
|Andraschko, Lars, Wunderlich, Philipp, Veit, Daniel, & Sarker, Saonee (2021). Towards a taxonomy of smart home technology: a preliminary understanding. Joe Valacich, Anitesh Barua, Ryan Wright (Eds.), ICIS 2021 Proceedings: International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2021, Austin, TX, USA, December 12-15, 2021(p. 7). New York, NY: AISeL.|
- Information Systems Journal (ISJ)
- International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
- European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)
- American Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS)
- Int. Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)
Phenomenon Driven Theory Development (3 days), Augsburg
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Robert Gregory, University of Miami, USA
Emerging Topics in IS (4 days), Lund
Lecturer: Professor Saonee Sarker, Ph.D., Virginia Tech, USA
Designing Online Experiments (6 days), Augsburg
Lecturer: Professor Jason Thatcher, Ph.D., Temple University, USA
- Theory and Theorizing (5 days), Augsburg
Lecturer: Dorothy E. Leidner, Ph.D. Dr.h.c., Baylor University, USA
- Quantitative Measurement and Analysis (6 days), online
Lecturer: Professor Chee-Wee Tan, Ph.D., Copenhagen Business School, DK
Effective Reviewing (1 day), online
Lecturer: Associate Professor Edgar Whitley, Ph.D, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
- Association for Information Systems (AIS)
- Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), International Business Honor Society
German Informatics Society (GI)
Institute for Digitization Research e.V. (IDR)