In der Vortragsreihe Colloquia Informatica et de Vita berichten Informatikerinnen über ihre Forschung und ihren beruflichen Werdegang.
Im Wintersemester 2016/17 finden die folgenden Vorträge im Informatikgebäude (M2) statt:
17 - 18 Uhr
|Prof. Dr. Franziska Klügl|
(Örebro University, Schweden)
New Trends in Agent-Based Simulation
17 - 18 Uhr
|Prof. Dr. Sabine Timpf|
17 - 18 Uhr
|Dr. Mirja Kühlewind|
Measurement and Architecture in a Middleboxed Internet
17 - 18 Uhr
|Prof. Dr. Barbara Staehle|
Cognitive radio for reliable industrial communication
Barbara Staehle received her master, and PhD degree in Computer Science with a focus on Mathematics and Networking from University of Würzburg in 2005 and 2011, respectively. From 2005-2006 Barbara has been with Telecommunications Research Center Vienna, Austria, where she has been working on the performance analysis of P2P based applications. From 2006-2011, she has been a research fellow at the Chair of Communication Networks at the University of Würzburg tackling the simulative and analytical performance evaluation and optimization of sensor and mesh networks. From 2011-2015 she has been affiliated with the Fraunhofer society where she has been working on energy efficient and robust communication and localization solutions and leading different research groups solving problems in the field of embedded communications. Since October 2015, she is a professor of mathematics and theoretical computer science at Konstanz University of Applied Sciences (HTWG).
Mirja Kühlewind is senior researcher at the Networked Systems Group of the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory at ETH Zurich. She received her PhD in 2015 from the University of Stuttgart where she worked on protocol design and TCP congestion control at the Institute of Communication Networks and Computer Engineering (IKR). Her research interests additionally include Internet measurements with a focus on middlebox impairments and cooperation. Further, Mirja is the project coordinator of a new EU research project in this area: Measurement and Architecture for a Middleboxed Internet (MAMI). Mirja was selected as IETF Transport Area Director in 2016; prior to that, she was co-chair of the IETF's RTP Media Congestion Avoidance Techniques (rmcat) and TCP increased security (tcpinc) working groups. She also co-chairs the Measurement and Analysis for Protocols research group (maprg) in the IRTF.
|Tochter einer Schneiderin und eines Kraftfahrzeugtesters, älteste von 3 Kindern|
|aufgewachsen in der Vordereifel bei Koblenz|
|1987||Abitur am Hilda-Gymnasium Koblenz|
|1987-1993||Studium Vermessungswesen in Hannover|
|1991-1992||Integriertes Auslandsstudium in Orono, Maine, USA mit Abschluss Master of Science|
|1993||Abschluss Diplom-Ingenieurin Vermessungswesen|
|1994-1998||Doktorandin an der TU Wien im Bereich Geoinformatik|
|1998||Promotion Doktorin der technischen Wissenschaften|
|1999||1. Kind Florian|
|2000-2006||Oberassistentin Universität Zürich in der Geographie, Geoinformationsanalyse|
|2004||2. Kind Cornelia|
|2006-2007||Postdok-Stipendium an der Universität Würzburg, Informatik Lst. VI|
|2007-2008||Vertretungsprofessorin Universität Augsburg|
|seit 10/2008||Professorin für Geoinformatik an der Universität Augsburg|
Franziska Klügl works in the area of multiagent systems for simulation since 1995. As part of her PhD thesis she developed a tool for visually developing multi-agent simulations based on declarative behaviour representation, called SeSAm. 2001-2008 she has been working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the University Würzburg. In 2008 she moved to Örebro University in Sweden, first as Universitetslektor, then 2009 as Associate Professor at the Modeling and Simulation Research Center. In 2010 she finished the Habilitation with a thesis on "Agent-based Simulation Engineering" and received the Venia Legendi at the University of Würzburg. In October 2011 she was promoted to Full Professor in Information Technology at Örebro University. Currently, Franziska Klügl is member of the Machine Perception and Interaction Lab at the Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems – one of the strong research environments at Örebro University. She teaches courses related to her research topics in various undergraduate and graduate programs and is the program responsible for the basic Computer Science education.
Her research interests include methodologies and tools for multi-agent simulation and their application in different domains. A current focus is on the integration of advanced visualization and information from diverse sensors into a running Multiagent Simulation, as well as in using agents in geospatial simulation and analysis.
In 2010, she visited IRIT at Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France. 2011/2012 she worked as a Guest Professor at the University of Augsburg, Germany. She was involved in organizing a number of events, for example as Publication Chair of AAMAS 2008, PC (Co-)Chair of EUMAS 2008, ATT (Agents in Traffic and Transportation) Workshop Series since 2004, MATES 2011. Currently, she serves as Local Arrangements Chair of AAMAS2018 in Stockholm.