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Hermann Kopetz

Hermann Kopetz received his PhD in physics "sub auspiciis praesidentis" from the University of Vienna, Austria in 1968. He was a manager of a computer process control department at Voest Alpine in Linz, Austria, before joining the Technical University of Berlin as a professor for Computer Process Control in 1978. Since 1982 he is professor for Real-Time Systems at the Technical University of Vienna. Dr. Kopetz's research interests focus at the intersection of real-time systems, fault-tolerant systems, and distributed embedded systems. He is the chief architect of the Time-Triggered Architecture which evolved over the past twenty years of research.
As an engineer and businessman, he is the Founding Chairman of TTTech, with one of his best students as the CEO. TTTech is the right example to show how original ideas can lead to successful enterprises.
As to professional activities, from 1990 to 1992 he was chairman of the IEEE Technical Committee on Fault-Tolerant Computing and was elected to the grade of a "Fellow of the IEEE" in 1993. Dr. Kopetz was the Chairman of the IFIP WG 10.4 on Dependable Computing and Fault-Tolerance from 1996 to 1998. In 1998 he was elected to become a full member of the Austrian Academy of Science. In July 2000 Dr. Kopetz was nominated by the Austrian Government to become one of the eight scientists that advise the Government on Science Policy.


Majzik István

Majzik István villamosmérnöki oklevelét 1992-ben, Ph.D fokozatát pedig 1997-ben kapta a Budapest Műszaki Egyetemen. 1992 óta a BME Méréstechnika és Infomációs Rendszerek Tanszék munkatársa, 1998-tól mint egyetemi adjunktus. Kutatási területe a hibatürő rendszerek konstrukciója, verifikációja és validációja. Több hónapot töltött az Erlangeni Egyetem Számítógépstruktúrák Tanszékén, a Pisai Egyetem Informatika Tanszékén valamint a pisai CNUCE-CNR kutatóintézetben. 1998-ban ugyanitt a "CNR-NATO Guest Fellowship" program segítségével volt 6 hónapig vendégkutató. Résztvevoje volt több hazai illetve német és olasz kutatóintézetek részvételével megvalósult nemzetközi kutatási programnak. 1998-tól a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Bolyai János Kutatási Ösztöndíjában részesült. Alkalmi bírálója nemzetközi konferenciáknak és folyóiratoknak, valamint programbizottsági tagja az European Dependable Computing (EDCC-3, EDCC-4) és az IEEE Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS-2000) konferenciáknak.

Paul Clements

Dr. Paul Clements is a senior member of the technical staff at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, where he has worked for 8 years leading or co-leading projects in software product line engineering and software architcture documentation and analysis.
Clements is the co-author of three practitioner-oriented books about software architecture: "Software Architecture in Practice" (1998, second edition due in late 2002), "Evaluating Software Architectures: Methods and Case Studies" (2001), and "Documenting Software Architectures: View and Beyond" (2002). He also co-wrote "Software Product Lines: Practices and Patterns" (2001), and was co-author and editor of "Constructing Superior Software" (1999).
In addition to these five books, Clements has also authored dozens of papers in software engineering reflecting his long-standing interest in the design and specification of challenging software systems. He received a B.S. in mathematical sciences in 1977, and a M.S. in computer science in 1980, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received a Ph.D. in computer sciences from the University of Texas at Austin in 1994.

Boros Péter

Boros Péter vezeto szoftverfejlesztoként szakértoje a következo területeknek: Oracle szerver oldali komponensek tervezése és fejlesztése, kliens oldali fejlesztés SQLWindows / Centura alapján, Oracle Application 2000 alkalmazások tervezése és megvalósítása és Rational eszközök magas szintu ismerete. Az IQSOFT számos projektjében vett részt szakértoként:
  • 2001: Vivendi Sales System tervezésének és kivitelezésének támogatása, valamint a késobbiekben a rendszerhez fejlesztett modulok, illetve a három réteguvé alakítás megtervezése és fejlesztése.
  • 2001: Komplett biztosítási rendszer tervezésében és fejlesztésében való részvétel.
  • 2002: A Fovárosi Bíróság Letétkezelo Rendszerének megtervezése és a tervezésben való részvétel.
  • 2001-2002: A Belügyminisztérium számára a Menekültügyi Nyilvántartó Rendszer tervezése és fejlesztése.

Linda Shafer

Linda Shafer has been working with the software industry since 1965, beginning with NASA in the early days of the space program. Her experience includes roles of programmer, designer, analyst, project leader, manager, and SQA/SQE. She has worked for large and small companies, including IBM, Control Data Corporation, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Computer Task Group, Sterling Information Group, and Motorola. She has also taught for and/or been in IT shops at The University of Houston, The University of Texas at Austin, The College of William and Mary, The Office of the Attorney General (Texas) and Motorola University. Ms. Shafer's publications include 25 refereed articles, and three books.
She currently works for the Software Quality Institute and co-authored a SQI Software Engineering Series book published by PrenHall in 2002: Quality Software Project Management. Her MBA is from the University of New Mexico.

Don Shafer

Don Shafer is a co-founder, corporate director and Chief Technology Officer of Athens Group, Inc. Incorporated in June 1998, Athens Group is an employee-owned consulting firm, integrating technology strategy and software solutions. Prior to Athens Group, Shafer led groups developing and marketing hardware and software products for Motorola, AMD and Crystal Semiconductor. He was responsible for managing a $129 million-a-year PC product group that produced the award-winning audio components for the Apple iMAC. From the development of low-level software drivers in yet-to-be-released Microsoft operating systems to the selection and monitoring of Taiwan semiconductor fabrication facilities, Shafer has led key product and process efforts. In the past three years he has led Athens engineers in developing industry standard semiconductor fab equipment software interfaces, definition of 300mm equipment integration tools, advanced process control state machine data collectors and embedded system control software agents. His latest patents are on joint work done with Agilent Technologies in state-based machine control. He earned a BS degree from the USAF Academy and an MBA from the University of Denver. In addition, Shafer’s work experience includes positions held at Boeing and Los Alamos National Laboratories. He is currently an adjunct professor in graduate software engineering at Southwest Texas and his faculty web site is: http://www.cs.swt.edu/~donshafer/ With two other colleagues in 2002, he wrote Quality Software Project Management for Prentice-Hall now used in both industry and academia.

Bertalan Gábor

Bertalan Gábor 1995- ben villamosmérnökként, majd 1999-ben biológus mérnökként végzetett a Budapesti Műszaki Egyetemen. 1998 óta a Triad kft. szoftver technológiai konzultánsa, majd 2000-től szoftver technológiai igazgatója lett. Több szoftver tervezési tanfolyamot tartott, és számos szakmai konferencián adott elő. A magyar szakmai sajtóban többször publikált.
Nagy tapasztalattal rendelkezik az OO szoftverfejlesztés, és tervezés területén. Szakértelme kiterjed a szoftverfejlesztésre vonatkozó magyar és nemzetközi szabványokra, és különböző módszertanok ismeretére. Szoftver technológiai tanácsadóként állami, banki, telekommunikációs projektekben is részt vett. Az EBPP magyarországi elterjesztésével kapcsolatos számos pilot projekt elkészítését vezette.

Frank Leymann

Frank Leymann is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, a member of the IBM Academy of Technology, and a professor of computer science at University of Stuttgart, Germany. He is the chief architect of IBM's flow technology, and a member of the WebSphere Platform Architecture Board that sets the overall technical direction of IBM's middleware. In addition, he is very active in Web Service standardization, architecture, technology and productization. In the past, Frank worked on database systems, database tools, and transaction processing. He published many papers in various journals and conference proceedings, filed a multitude of patents, and is the co-author of textbooks on repositories and on workflow systems. He served as a member of program committees and organization committees for many international conferences, and is co-editor of the journal of the DBMS SIG of the German computer society (GI).

Molnár István és Simon Géza

Molnár István és Simon Géza a Budapesti Műszaki Egyetemen szerezték diplomájukat. 1995 óta foglalkoznak a Java nyelvvel. Számos Java Technológián alapuló projektben vettek részt tervezőként és szoftver-technológusként. 1998-ban megalapították saját fejlesztő és konzultáns vállalatukat, a J2EE-t aktívan alkalmazó Drótposta Kft-t. 2002 novembere óta a Sun Microsystems Magyarországi Oktatóközpontjában a különféle Java és SunONE tanfolyamok oktatói.

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