Area of Expertise: Automotive & Mobility

Automotive & Mobility deals with the main economical questions concerning the management of companies within the automotive industry. New concepts for the organization of the production processes are part of this field as well as approaches for the optimization of networks for logistics processes. A further focus of this competence field is the development of innovative and sustainable mobility concepts with regard of the important role of the automotive segment. The link of technological alternatives, innovative management concepts on the basis of information and communication technology and the systematical transfer into real life are the main objectives. The protection of the environment and social aspects of the new mobility concepts by developing them reasonable also from an economical point of view are of main concern.

Professors

Programme Director International Retail Management; Programme Director Retail and Consumer Management; Coordinator Internationalization University Partnerships
Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Marc Knoppe
Phone : +49 841 9348-4490
Room : F205
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Programme director Automotive and Mobility Management
Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Michael Mayr
Phone : +49 841 9348-3940
Room : F219
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Research Assistants

Ph. D. Student
Markus Derer, M. A.
Phone : +49 841 9348-3233
Room : A235
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Ph. D. Student
Barbara Koch, M. A.
Phone : +49 841 9348-3233
Room : A235
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  • Knoppe, M., E-Mobility Will Change Automotive Retailing – A Strategic Approach, 2012, in Sustainable Automotive Technologies 2012, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference Melbourne, Springer Verlag, ISBN 978-3-642-24144-4
  • Knoppe, M., E-Mobility Generates New Services and Business Models, Increasing Sustainability, 2012, in: Sustainable Automotive Technologies 2012, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference Melbourne, Springer Verlag, ISBN 978-3-642-24144-4

  • Günthner, W., Schröder, J., Meissner, S., Grinniger, J., Potentiale des Konzepts der stabilen Auftragsfolge in der automobilen Wertschöpfungskette, Lehrstuhl für Fördertechnik Materialfluß Logistik (fml) TU München (Mai 2009)