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Martin Böhringer

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  • Hojoki
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Research interests

Business IntelligenceWebDynamic InformationMicrobloggingActivity StreamsSocial Software

About

Researcher and lecturer in the field of web 2.0/enterprise 2.0/startups for three years. Now changed sides and founded a startup on my own. See http://twitter.com/boehr

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Publications

Modeling Use Continuance Behavior in Microblogging Services: The Case of Twitter

  • Barnes S
  • Böhringer M
Journal of Computer Information Systems, 51, 4 (2011)
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TOWARDS A DESIGN THEORY FOR APPLYING WEB 2.0 PATTERNS TO ORGANISATIONS

  • Böhringer M
Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Information Systems – ICT and Sustainable Service Development (ECIS), Research in Progress Paper, Helsinki, Finland (2011)
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'What are you doing' im Elfenbeinturm? - Microblogging im universitären Einsatz

  • Böhringer M
  • Gerlach L
  • Hauptmann S
Tagungsband der Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI), 23.-25.02.2010, Göttingen. (2010)
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Towards an understanding of social software: the case of Arinia

  • Barnes S
  • Böhringer M
  • Kurze C
Proceedings of HICSS-43, Kauai, HI, January 5-8, 2010 (2010)
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Ubiquitous Microblogging als dezentrales Entwurfsparadigma für leichtgewichtige Informationssysteme: Nutzenpotenziale und Forschungsperspektiven

  • Böhringer M
  • Gluchowski P
Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2010 (2010)
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Professional experience

CEO & Co-Founder

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November 2011 - Present

Ph.D. Student / Research Assistant / Lecturer

Chemnitz University of Technology

February 2009 - October 2011(3 years)