Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schwotzer
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Prof. Dr. Thomas Schwotzer studied computer science at the Technical University Chemnitz and worked as a research assistant at the Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus. He received his Dr. Ing. degree from the Technical University of Berlin with a thesis on decentralised semantic systems. Prof. Thomas Schwotzer has worked as a developer, project manager, product manager and head of research and development for IT companies in Berlin and Munich. His first appointment as a professor led him to the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences in 2005. Since 2008 he has been working as a professor at HTW Berlin with a focus on mobile applications. His research interests are in the field of decentralised, mobile, semantic systems, the Semantic Web of Things and in historical geoinformation systems.
Prof. Dr. Helena Mihaljević
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Prof. Dr. Helena Mihaljević studied mathematics at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. She received her doctorate in mathematics from the University of Liverpool in 2009 on topological dynamics of entire transcendental functions. She worked as a research assistant at the Mathematical Seminar of the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, as editor and deputy head of department at FIZ Karlsruhe - Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure and as Senior Data Scientist at The unbelievable Machine Company in Berlin. Since 2018 she has been Professor of Data Science at the HTW Berlin. Her professorship is associated with the Einstein Center Digital Future. Her teaching and research activities focus on statistical data analysis, applied machine learning and information retrieval.
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Nico Schönnagel studied business informatics at the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. He is the founder and head of the Berlin office of OEV Online Dienste GmbH (a company of the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe). Here he coordinates the development of innovative digital solutions across all areas of the software landscape, with a focus on cloud solutions. Since April 2018, Nico Schönnagel has also been teaching the IT Infrastructure module at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, where he shares his knowledge of agile methods and cloud infrastructures with students. He is also a speaker at various software conferences.