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Stefan Feuerriegel

Prof. Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel

Head of Institute

Responsibilities

▪ Research focus on AI for businesses, public organizations and health management
▪ Dual affiliation to the LMU Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics
▪ Incoming principal investigator at the Munich Center for Machine Learning (MCML)
▪ Member of the LMU Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center (IEC)
▪ Fellow at the Konrad Zuse Schools of Excellence in AI

Contact

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
LMU Munich School of Management
Institute of AI in Management
Ludwigstr. 28 (rear building, 5th floor)
80539 München


Website: www.ai.bwl.lmu.de

Prof. Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel

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Re­search Areas

Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence for Busi­nesses, Pub­lic Or­gan­iz­a­tions and Health Man­age­ment.

Cur­riculum Vitae

Stefan Feuerriegel comes from ETH Zurich and brings an important future topic to the LMU Munich School of Management, as of August 2021. He will head the new Institute of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Management.

Stefan joined ETH Zurich in 2017 as a tenure-track as­sist­ant pro­fessor in man­age­ment in­form­a­tion sys­tems. A key re­search area of his group was AI for man­age­ment.

Pre­vi­ously, he served as a re­search group leader and PhD stu­dent at the Chair for In­form­a­tion Sys­tems Re­search (Prof. Dr. Dirk Neu­mann), Uni­ver­sity of Freiburg. Dur­ing his re­search stays, he partnered with re­search­ers from the Uni­ver­sity of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, the Na­tional In­sti­tute of In­form­at­ics (NII), Tokyo, Mc­Combs School of Busi­ness at the Uni­ver­sity of Texas at Aus­tin, and Carne­gie Mel­lon Uni­ver­sity (CMU), Pitt­s­burgh. He has also been in­vited as a lec­turer to teach in the Re­search Sprint at Berkman Klein Cen­ter for In­ter­net and So­ci­ety, Har­vard Uni­ver­sity.

Achievements and Results

Stefan has co-au­thored 45+ journal art­icles and 55+ peer-re­viewed con­fer­ence pa­pers. These works have ap­peared in top out­lets from gen­eral sci­ence (e.g. PNAS), man­age­ment (e.g Man­age­ment Sci­ence, Mar­ket­ing Sci­ence) and data sci­ence (e.g. WWW, KDD, AAAI). Ac­cord­ing to Google Scholar, his works count 2000+ cita­tions. His group is sup­por­ted by vari­ous com­pan­ies (e.g. Google, Mi­crosoft, Or­acle, Nvidia, Amazon) and mul­tiple grants, for which the fund­ing volume totals to more than EUR 5.5 mil­lion.

Motivation and Impulses

Stefan's re­search is driven by the de­sire to make a dis­tinct­ive im­pact in prac­tice. For this, Stefan was ad­vising SDG Fin­an­cing Lab of the Or­gan­isa­tion for Eco­nomic Co-op­er­a­tion and De­vel­op­ment (OECD). He was a mem­ber of a COVID-19 Work­ing Group of the World Health Or­gan­iz­a­tion (WHO) and an agenda con­trib­utor of the World Eco­nomic Forum (WEF).

 

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