| Prof. Dr. Ingo Kunold|
Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany
Ingo Kunold currently works at the Faculty of Information Technology, University of Applied Science and Arts Dortmund. He is head of the Institute of Communications and Applied Signal Processing. Also does research in Algorithms, Computer Communications (Networks) and Distributed Computing. His current projects are ‘e-energy@home’, ´INES´, E-DeMa, Guided AB, Guided AL, SENSE.
|Prof. Andreas Pester |
Technical program committee co-chair
Carintia University of Applied Sciences, Austria
More than 20 years experience in eLearning in higher education, in strategic planning for using eLearning in higher education and in platform evaluation.
More than 20 years experience in teaching math and mathematical modelling, simulation technologies, remote engineering, online labs, machine learning.
More than 16 years experience in project based learning with undergraduate and graduate students
More than 15 years experience in strategic planning, developing, implementation and evaluation of curricula in higher education on undergraduate and graduate level (including international master programs)
Guest Professor in the UPC Barcelona, Technical University of Kharkiv and Kiev, University Maribor, UNESP Bauru (Brazil), University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Armenian-American University Yerevan, PUC Rio de Janeiro. Was involved in more than 12 EU- and national projects in eLearning (as project leader or as co-worker).
|Dr. Carsten Wolff|
Provost at Astana IT University
Prof. at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany
He studied electrical engineering and economics at Paderborn University and did a PhD in electrical engineering at the Heinz Nixdorf Institute. In his industrial career, Dr. Wolff was in the semiconductor industry (Infineon AG). He is a founding member and director of the research institute IDiAL and the spokesman of the industry-university-cluster ruhrvalley. Furthermore, he is the co-founder of two technology companies. One of his research interests is the development of processes, methodology and tools for the management of digital transformation.
|Frédéric Mallet |
Université Côte d’Azur
Frederic Mallet (M’99) received the Ph.D. degree from Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France, in 2000, and the Habilitation degree in 2010.,He was a Research Associate with Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, U.K., from 2001 to 2003, and a Professor with East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, from 2014 to 2015. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science with Université Nice Sophia Antipolis. He researches on the definition of sound models and tools for the design and analysis of embedded systems and cyber-physical systems. He is a Permanent Member of the Aoste Team, a joint team between Inria Sophia Antipolis Research Center, Valbonne, France, and I3S Laboratory (Cnrs UMR), Sophia Antipolis.,Dr. Mallet has been a Voting Member of the OMG Revision Task Forces for MARTE and SysML, where he was leading the definition of the allocation subprofile and had a key role in the definition of MARTE Time Model and MARTE/CCSL. He has also contributed to the working group between MARTE RTF and AADL Committee.