Florian Spychiger

Florian Spychiger


Florian Spychiger received his MSc. in Quantitative Finance jointly by the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich in 2019. He currently works and teaches as a research associate at the Zurich University of Applied Science in the area of Blockchains in supply chain management. As a PhD student at the URPP Social Networks group, he conducts research on incentives in blockchain systems under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Claudio J. Tessone.


Research Interests

  • Incentive schemes in blockchains
  • Game theoretic modelling of blockchain-based systems
  • Agent-based simulation
  • Application of blockchain technology in supply chain management


L. Zavolokina, F. Spychiger, C.J. Tessone and G. Schwabe: “Incentivizing data quality in blockchains for inter-organizational networks : learning from the digital car dossier”, In: ICIS 2018 Proceedings. 39th International Conference of Information Systems 2018, San Francisco, (2018).

M. Lustenberger, F. Spychiger & S. Malesevic: “Towards a Better Understanding of the Value of Blockchains in Supply Chain Management" . European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (2019)

M. Lustenberger, F. Spychiger & M. Taylor: “Optimierung des Supply Chain Informationsaustauschs mit Blockchain-Startups". In: Digitalisierung in der Praxis: so schaffen KMU den Weg in die Zukunft. Wiesbaden: Springer. S. 209-221. (2019)