K. Valerie Carl studied Business Administration/Industrial Engineering specialising in Mechanical Engineering at TU Darmstadt. She completed her bachelor's degree in 2018 and her master's degree in 2020 with the title Master of Science.
She wrote her master's theses on "The Reasonableness of Participating in a Digital Ecosystem from the Perspective of Entrepreneurs" and "Development of an Incentive System for the Evaluation of Usage-Dependent Payment Models in Mechanical Engineering". Parallel to her studies she worked for the chair of Prof. Dr. Oliver Hinz and supported the ENTOURAGE project (http://www.entourage-projekt.de).
Since October 2020, K. Valerie Carl has been working as a research assistant at the Chair of Information Systems and Information Management of Prof. Dr. Oliver Hinz and is part of the research project CDR-CAT.
User Preferences for Innovative Technologies
AI-based Digital Assistants
Internet of Things
Corporate Digital Responsibility
Mihale-Wilson, Cristina / Zibuschka, Jan / Carl, Valerie / Hinz, Oliver (2021): "Corporate Digital Responsibility – Extended Conceptualization and a Guide to Implementation", European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2021, conditionally accepted.
Carl, K. Valerie / Mihale-Wilson, Cristina (2020): " Consumer Privacy Concerns and Preferences for Certification and Accreditation of Intelligent Assistants in the Internet of Things", Open Identity Summit 2020 (OID2020), Copenhagen, Denmark, forthcoming.
Keller, Katharina / Carl, Kim Valerie / Jöntgen, Hendrik / Abdel-Karim, Benjamin M. / Mühlhäuser, Max / Hinz, Oliver (2019): "K.I.T.T., where are you?" - Why Smart Assistance Systems in Cars enrich People's Lives", International Workshop on Ubiquitous Personal Assistance (UPA 2019 at UbiComp 2019) (Best Paper Award).