Events

11th MODPROD Workshop on Model-Based Product Development,

Linköping 2017-02-07--08

 

Chapter board

Chairman:
Professor Kristian Sandahl, Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University,
email: kristian.sandahl (at) liu.se
Phone no. +46-13-28 19 57
Short bio: Dr. Kristian Sandahl is professor in Software Engineering at Linköping University since 2001, where he is the manager of the Programming Environment Laboratory (PELAB). He is a true enthusiast for the exchange of knowledge between practice and academia, and during his career he worked both for a small spin-off company as well as for Ericsson AB. Currently he is the Linköping representative in the board of SWEDSOFT.

Vice Chairwoman:
Professor Simone Fischer-Hübner, Department of Computer Science, University of Karlstad
email: Simone.Fischer-Huebner (at) kau.se
Phone no. +46-54-700 17 23

Secretary:
Dr Sigrid Eldh, Ericsson, Stockholm
email: sigrid.eldh (at) ericsson.com
Phone no. +46-(0)107-15 23 74
Short bio: Dr. Sigrid Eldh is responsible for coordinating research in software test and debug at Ericsson. She has 30 years of experience from  the software industry. Her research interest focuses on technologies improving quality of software on large complex system.

Treasurer:
Professor Tony Gorsheck. BTH, Karlskrona
email: tgo (at) bth.se
Phone no. +46-455-38 58 17
Short bio: Dr. Tony Gorschek is a Professor of Software Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology and part time at Chalmers University. He is also associated with University of Auckland, and University of Ulm where he works with Daimler AG. His research commitments are both national and international ranging from conference organization (General Chair for IEEE RE'14), PC work in premiere conferences (ICSE,ESEC/FSE), to serving on the editorial board for the premiere journal Empirical Software Engineering.

Membership development:
Associate Professor Jonas Mellin. Högskolan i Skövde
email: jonas.mellin (at) his.se
Phone no. +46-500-44 83 21
Short bio: Jonas Mellin received his Ph.D. in computer science at University of Linköping in 2004. In particular, he has worked in pattern detection and analysis in distributed (active) real-time databases and has now moved on into information fusion as well as simulation of large-scale complex environments.

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