Home | francais  | deutsch  | Legals | KIT

M. Sc. Hanns-Maximilian Schmidt

group: Risikomanagement / CEDIM
room: 207, Building 06.36
phone: +49 721 608-44406
fax: +49 721 608-44682
hanns-maximilian schmidtTsp2∂kit edu


Beschreibung

Forschungsinteressen

  • Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung
  • Öffentliche Güter, Public Risk
  • Risikowahrnehmung
  • Endlagerforschung

Aktivitäten

Projekte:

03/15 - 08/17 - EXPANDER:

  • Eine experimentelle Analyse der Verhandlungen um ein Endlager für radioaktive Abfälle
  • Link: EXPANDER

11/13 - 12/15:

  • Forensic Disaster Analysis - Modellierung und Bewertung indirekter ökonomischer Schäden nach Naturkatastrophen

11/13 - 07/14 - KLIMOPASS (Teil 2)

  • Analyse der industriellen Vulnerabilität gegenüber klimawandelinduzierten Risiken in  Ballungsräumen in Baden-Württemberg

 

Lehre:

  • 2015: Seminar "Gesellschaftliche und planerische Herausforderungen des Atomausstiegs"
  • 2014: Seminar zu Experimenteller Wirtschaftsforschung und Risikomanagement
  • 2013 - heute: Betreuung von Abschlussarbeiten
  • 2013 - heute: Vorlesungsbetreuung "Production and Operations Management for Engineering Students" / "Betriebliche Produktionswirtschaft" (Organisation, Übungen)

 

Publikationen:

Konferenzen

  • Schmidt, H.-M., Wiens, M., Schultmann, F. (2015): Industrial Vulnerability against Climate Change Impacts – An Indicator-Based Analysis for Germany and the Stuttgart Metropolitan Area. The 5th World Sustainability Forum, Basel, 2015.
  • Schmidt, H.-M., Wiens, M., Schultmann, F. (2015): Models for Regionalizing Economic Data and their Applications within the Scope of Forensic Disaster Analyses. Poster session at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, Vienna.
  • Schmidt, H.-M., Fath, K., Wiens, M., Stengel, J., Schultmann, F. (2014):Indicator-based methodology for the climate change vulnerability analysis. REKLIM International Conference, 6–9 Octo­ber 2014, Berlin.

Ausbildung

  • Nov 2013 - heute: Akademischer Angesteller am Lehrstuhl für Betriebswirtschaftslehre, insb. Produktionswirtschaft und Logistik (Prof. Schultmann)
  • 2013: M. Sc. (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen), KIT, Karlsruhe - Thesis: “Emotionen in Verhandlungsspielen”
  • 2011: Auslandssemester an der University of Amsterdam (UvA), Niederlande
  • 2011: B. Sc. (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen), KIT, Karlsruhe - Thesis: “Risikoanalyse des Klimawandels am Beispiel des kalifornischen Hydroenergiesektors"
Projekte
title contact

Dr. rer. pol. Marcus Wiens, M.Sc. Hanns-Maximilian Schmidt



Abgeschlossene Projekte
Titel Ansprechpartner Starttermin Endtermin

10/2013

07/2014



Research Interests

  • Experimental Economics
  • Public Goods and Public Bad Prevention
  • Risk Perception
  • Final Disposal of Radioactive (Durable) Waste

Activities

Projects:

03/15 - 08/17 - Expander:

  • Eine experimentelle Analyse der Verhandlungen um ein Endlager für radioaktive Abfälle:
  • Analyzing the negotiations on a permanent disposal of radioactive waste using experimental economics

11/13 - today - CEDIM:

  • Forensic Disaster Analysis - Assessment of Indirect Losses and Economic Impacts

11/13 - 07/14 - KLIMOPASS (Teil 2)

  • Indicator-based analysis of industry's vulnerability against climate change impacts in the Stuttgart metropolitan area

Teaching Experience:

  • 2015: Seminars on Industrial Risk Management and the German "Atomausstieg"
  • 2014: Seminar on Experimental Economics and Risk Management
  • 2013 - today: Several theses on Vulnerability Analyses or Experimental Economics
  • 2013 - today: Production and Operations Management for Engineering Students (Organisation, Exercises)

Publications:

Conferences

  • Schmidt, H.-M., Wiens, M., Schultmann, F. (2015): Industrial Vulnerability against Climate Change Impacts – An Indicator-Based Analysis for Germany and the Stuttgart Metropolitan Area. The 5th World Sustainability Forum, Basel, 2015.
  • Schmidt, H.-M., Wiens, M., Schultmann, F. (2015): Models for Regionalizing Economic Data and their Applications within the Scope of Forensic Disaster Analyses. Poster session at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, Vienna.
  • Schmidt, H.-M., Fath, K., Wiens, M., Stengel, J., Schultmann, F. (2014):Indicator-based methodology for the climate change vulnerability analysis. REKLIM International Conference, 6–9 Octo­ber 2014, Berlin.

Education

  • Nov 2013 - today: Research Associate at the Chair of Business Administration, Production and Operations Management (Prof. Schultmann)
  • 2013: M. Sc. (Industrial Engineering), KIT, Karlsruhe - Thesis: “Emotions in Bargaining Games”
  • 2011: Semester abroad at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Netherlands
  • 2011: B. Sc. (Industrial Engineering), KIT, Karlsruhe - Thesis: “Risk Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on the Californian Water Supply"