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Alexey Kostyushko

Alexey Kostyushko

  • Visiting professor
Bertrand Meyer

Bertrand Meyer

  • Head of SE lab
  • Visiting Professor
  • Bertrand Meyer had a technical and managerial career for nine years at Électricité de France, and for three years was on the faculty at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Since October 2001, he has been Professor of Software Engineering at ETH Zürich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where he pursues research on building trusted components (reusable software elements) with a guaranteed level of quality.
Hein Roelfsema

Hein Roelfsema

  • Visiting Professor
  • Dr. Hein Roelfsema is Associate Professor for International Entrepreneurship at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, where he is the program coordinator of the Master International Management at the Utrecht University School of Economics and the Director of the Utrecht Center for Entrepreneurship. In addition, he chairs the Dutch Centers for Entrepreneurship as well as the Global Entrepreneurship Network in the Netherlands and Europe. He has published extensively on international trade and business, as well as on entrepreneurship and innovation.

Leon Derczynski

Leon Derczynski

  • Visiting Professor
  • Doctor Leon Derczynski is a permanent Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield, working on machine learning and social media. Dr. Derczynski was awarded his PhD in 2013, under an Enhanced Doctoral Training Grant from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. He has published extensively since then and is a committer on two text processing frameworks, GATE and NLTK. His main interests are machine learning, information extraction and social media, and he has published extensively in these areas.
Mohamad Kassab

Mohamad Kassab

  • Visiting Professor
  • His teaching activities were rewarded by receiving the Teaching Fellowship Award twice at Concordia University. He has also helped in mentoring several undergraduate and graduate students during their research projects, a position that involved instruction in methods of establishing a scientific investigation.

    The teaching methods he usually applies depend on the learning objectives. He often employs a wide range of instructional strategies into the face-to-face sessions; including: case study analysis, debates, role play, simulational exercises, Group Collaborative Project, and Problem-Based Learning Exercises.
Paolo Ciancarini

Paolo Ciancarini

  • Visiting Professor
  • Paolo Ciancarini is Professor of Computer Science at the Univ. of Bologna. He has been Director of the School in Computer and Internet Sciences (both graduate and undergraduate). He is member of the PhD school in Informatics. His research interests include: software engineering, software architectures, formal methods, advanced Web technologies for groupware and digital documents, entertainment computing. He has been involved as a site leader in several projects funded by the European Commission. He is member of IFIP TC2 8Software) and TC16 (Entertainment Computing). He is member of ACM, IEEE, and ICGA (International Computer Games Association). He has published several books, more than 50 papers in International Journals and more than 120 papers in International Conferences and Workshops.

Sebastian Denef

Sebastian Denef

  • Visiting Professor
  • Sebastian holds a PhD in Design of Technical University Delft, the Netherlands.
    He graduated in Media System Design at the University of Applied Science Darmstadt, Germany as a scholar of the German National Academic Foundation.
    His academic work has been published in international journals and conference proceedings.
Tatjana Samsonowa

Tatjana Samsonowa

  • Visiting Professor
  • Tatjana Samsonowa is Managing Director and Founder at IPERF, the International Institute for Research Performance and Innovation Management in Berlin, Germany, Managing Partner at Samsonowa & Partners Consulting, Saint Petersburg, Russia and Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Management, Saint Petersburg State University. Tatjana also is a Scientific Board Member at International Society for Professional Innovation Management. Before, Tatjana worked as Innovation and Relationship Manager at SAP, Walldorf, Germany, responsible for the strategic collaboration of SAP Research with organizations such as Intel, IBM, Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Fraunhofer Society and also for the re-establishment of the high-profile SAP Research Curatorship.  

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