Christine Bauer

Christine Bauer
 
Christine Bauer is Assistant Professor at the Department of Information Systems and Operations at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), Austria. Simultaneously she is Lecturer at the University of Vienna, Austria, the University of Popular Music and Music Business, Mannheim, Germany, and the Danube University Krems, Austria, spanning the fields of Information Systems, Computer Science, and Business Administration. 2013 and 2015 Visiting Scholar at the School of Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction Institute, at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. Before joining the department in 2009, Christine engaged in applied research as a Researcher at the E-Commerce Competence Center (EC3), Austria, (2007-2009) and Junior Key Researcher at the Fachhochschulstudiengänge Burgenland Ges.m.b.H. (University of Applied Sciences), Austria, (2006-2007). Furthermore, she did freelance research, for instance, for the Research Studios Austria and the University of Vienna. Before starting her academic career, Christine worked as Manager Licensing New Media at Austria's biggest collecting society AKM, Austria. Christine holds a Doctoral degree in Social and Economic Sciences (2009, with honours) and a Master's degree in International Business Administration (2002) both from University of Vienna, Austria. Furthermore, she holds a Master's degree in Business Informatics (2011) from Vienna University of Technology (Austria). Further studies at the University of Wales Swansea (now: Swansea University), United Kingdom, the Konservatorium der Stadt Wien (now: Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität), Austria, and Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria. Her research focuses on the intersection between information systems, ubiquitous computing, and human-computer interaction. Her main fields of interest span manifold fields such as context-adaptive information systems, methods for designing context-adaptive systems, and the creative industries, in particular the music sector. Christine has authored about 40 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings, two of them awarded as best research paper and one nominated for a best paper award. For her dissertation as well as for her Master's thesis, she received the Dr. Maria Schaumayer prize. Furthermore she received a scholarship for the Summer School of European Science Days 2009: "The Economics of Art and Culture", in Steyr, Austria, and for the Mentoring Program at the University of Vienna, Austria, (2008-2010). Scholarship for the Career Program at Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria, (2010-2011).