Prof. Dr. Katharina Hölzle

Nina Bachmann, M.Sc.

Research Associate, Doctoral Candidate

E-Mail: nina.bachmann(at)hpi.de

Phone: +49 (0)331 5509 4955

Room: G-1.E.11

Short Profile

Nina Bachmann is a research assistant and PhD candidate at the Research Group IT-Entrepreneurship of the Hasso Plattner Institute, Digital Engineering Faculty, University of Potsdam. Her research interests concern the role of digital technologies to work towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Previously, she studied Finance and Information Management at the Technical University of Munich and the University of Augsburg with a focus on Business Information Systems Engineering. In the course of her studies, her research focused on blockchain technology and on the digital transformation of healthcare. In this context, she also spent four months as a guest researcher at the Department of Digitalization at the Copenhagen Business School. During her studies, she worked as a working student for German Entrepreneurship GmbH. Prior to this, she studied the German-French Bachelor in International Management Double Degree at the ESB Reutlingen and the NEOMA Centre d'Études Supérieures in Reims.


  • Bachmann N., Hölzle, K. (2022). Science-Industry Technology Transfer: The Challenge of Public Research Institutes.  Accepted paper at the VHB Conference 2022, Düsseldorf, Germany.         
  • Gebhardt Leonhard, Hölzle Katharina, Bachmann Nina (2021). ‘A Change Is Gonna Come’—Enactment and Representation of Entrepreneurial Contributions to Sustainability Transitions in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. Accepted paper at DRUID21, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Bachmann, N. M., Drasch, B., Fridgen, G., Miksch, M., Regner, F., Schweizer, A., & Urbach, N. (2021). Tarzan and chain: Exploring the ICO jungle and evaluating design archetypes. Electronic Markets.
    https://doi.org/10.1007/s12525-021-00463-6 (Open Access)

  • Bachmann, N. M., Drasch, B., Miksch, M., & Schweizer, A (2019). Dividing the ICO Jungle: Extracting and Evaluating Design Archetypes. Accepted paper at the International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI), Siegen, Germany