Prof. Dr. Julia Arlinghaus (geb. Bendul)

Adjunct Professor
School of Business, Social & Decision Sciences
Phone number
+49 421 200-31 94
Fax number
+49 421 200-30 78
Email Address
South Hall, Room 214
Selected Publications

Business models for sustainable innovation – an empirical analysis of frugal products and services

Integration of global manufacturing networks and supply chains: A cross case comparison of six global automotive manufacturers


An analytical approach to improving due-date and lead-time dynamics in production systems


Exploring impact factors of shippers’ risk prevention activities: A European survey in transportation


Sustainable supply chain models for base of the pyramid


Challenges of Quality Assurance in Early Planning and Ramp Up of Production Facilities - Potentials of Planning Automation via Virtual Engineering


Interactions between planners’ and PPC systems: Derivation of simulation scenarios with consideration of cognitive bias and disruptions


Characterizing Circular and Open Business Models in a profit-driven environment through Business Model Patterns


Risk management behaviour in digital factories: the influence of technology and task uncertainty on managerial risk responses


Frugal innovation and sustainability: bringing together polarized views from the state of the art


Autonomous vehicles as self-driving assembly items: Functional requirements and ramifications for assembly sequences, automotive design and performance


Designing distributed decision-making authorities for smart factories – understanding the role of manufacturing network architecture


Hybrid intelligence in procurement: Disillusionment with AI’s superiority?


Offering Subscriptions of Industrial Goods: Uncertain Experiment or Necessary Step?


Risikomanagement 4.0 in der digitalisierten Fabrik


Maximum Likelihood and Neural Network Estimators for Distributed Production Control


Open source as an enabler for circularity: A systematic literature review


Exploiting the technological capabilities of autonomous vehicles as assembly items to improve assembly performance


On the development of a blockchain-implementable intermediation model for digital supply chains


Manual Collection of Data on Disruptions: Determinants to Increase the Intention to Use

University Education

University of St. Gallen

2008 - 2011

University of Bremen

2002 - 2007

The University of Tokyo


Work Experience

Director at Fraunhofer IFF

Professor of Production Systems and Automation at Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

Full Professor of the Management of Digitalization and Automation at RWTH Aachen University

Associate Professor of Network Optimization in Production and Logistics at Jacobs University Bremen

Business Consultant at Porsche Consulting

Research Associate at University of St. Gallen

Project Manager at BVL International - Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL) e.V.