Joanna Graichen

Office: WE5/02.052

Telephone: +49 951 863 2079

E-Mail: joanna.graichen(at)

Consultation hours by appointment


  • Since 2020: PhD student at the Information Systems and Energy Efficient Systems, University of Bamberg,
    part of the Bits-to-Energy Lab (research cooperation of ETH Zürich, University of Bamberg, University of Erlangen Nürnberg and University of St. Gallen)
  • Since 2018: Consultant at McKinsey & Company, Inc.
  • 2015 - 2018: MSc. Industrial Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Degree with Distinction
  • 2013 - 2014: Exchange Semester, Tongji University Shanghai, China
  • 2011 - 2015: BSc. Mechanical Engineering & Business, Technical University Darmstadt


Dangis, G., Terho, K., Graichen, J., Günther, S. A., Rosio, R., Salanterä, S., Staake, T., & Stingl, C. (2023): Hand hygiene of kindergarten children—Understanding the effect of live feedback on handwashing behaviour, self-efficacy, and motivation of young children: Protocol for a multi-arm cluster randomized controlled trial. PLOS ONE, 18(1) [link]

Graichen, J., Staake, T. (2023): Information Systems Research for the Next Generation: Child-Centricity in a Digital World. Proceedings of the 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences [link]

Graichen, J., Stingl, C., Günther, S.A., Staake, T., Pakarinen, A., Rosio, R., Salanterä, S., Terho, K. (2022): No Longer Without a Reward: Do Digital Rewards Crowd Out Intrinsic Motivation of Young Children? ICIS 2022 Proceedings [link]

Graichen, J. (2022): For the environment or for one's own job security? Motivation to save energy at the workplace. BECC 2022

Graichen, J. (2022): The economic impact of infectious diseases of children at kindergarten agePublic Health Forum, 30(3), 201–203 [link

Graichen, J. (2021): Estimating cost of illness for kindergarten children with contagious diseases in Germany. European Journal of Public Health, 31 (Supplement_3) [link

Graichen, J. (2021): Infectious illnesses of young children: Financial burden for rich countries - a literature review. European Journal of Public Health, 31 (Supplement_3) [link]

Graichen, J., Stingl, C., Staake, T. (2021): Alltagstaugliches System verbessert Handhygiene in Kindergärten und Krankenhäusern. uni.vers 2021: Mensch und Maschine - Bamberger Beiträge zur Digitalisierung [link]