Linus Büttner started his position as a research assistant at the Chair of Innovation and Entrepreneurship with focus on Japan/East Asia, in November 2023. After completing his bachelor’s degree in Business Psychology at the West Coast University of Applied Sciences, Linus completed the International Management program at Goethe University in Frankfurt, specializing in Managerial Economics and Data Analytics. In addition to internships at automotive companies and a management consultancy, Linus spent extended periods abroad, both in the USA, China, and South Korea. There he attended courses on topics such as International Politics, Sustainable Innovations and Entrepreneurship.
Based on these diverse experiences, Linus' research interests now focus on sustainable innovation, the impact of artificial intelligence on the workplace, and the use of visual analysis and computer vision to analyze current innovation issues.