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Prof. Dr. Jan Jürjens - CV (Text Version)

Jan Jürjens is a Professor, leading the Research Group for Software Engineering at the Institute for Software Technology IST within the Faculty for Computer Science of the University Koblenz-Landau (Koblenz, Germany). He is also Director Research Projects at the Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering ISST (Dortmund, Germany). He has been PI of several projects financed by various institutions including the EU, DFG, IKT.NRW, Microsoft Research (Cambridge), British Telecom, and EPSRC, and Scientific Director of an Integrated Project financed by the EU within FP7, Future and Emerging Technologies Programme. The projects led by him as PI amount to a total budget of more than 5 million EUR for his contribution. Previously, he was a Professor for Software Engineering at TU Dortmund, a Senior Lecturer at The Open University (the British distance university), as well as Royal Society Industrial Fellow at Microsoft Research Cambridge and non-stipendiary Research Fellow at Robinson College (Univ. Cambridge), where in 2009 he was appointed as Senior Member. Before that, he coordinated the Competence Center for IT-Security at the chair for Software & Systems Engineering, TU Munich (Germany). Doctor of Philosophy in Computing from the University of Oxford and author of "Secure Systems Development with UML" (Springer, 2005; Chinese translation: Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, 2009) and various publications mostly on computer security and software engineering, totalling more than 4000 citations (Google Scholar, 2015; h-index 33). Founding chair of the working group on "Formal Methods and Software Engineering for Safety and Security (FoMSESS)" within the German Society for Informatics (GI) and member of the executive board of the Division of Safety and Security within the GI, the executive board of the committee on Modeling of the GI, the advisory board of the Bavarian Competence Center for Safety and Security, the working group on e-Security of the Bavarian regional government, and the IFIP Working Group 1.7 "Theoretical Foundations of Security Analysis and Design". Much of his work is done in cooperation with industrial partners including Microsoft Research (Cambridge), O2 (Germany), BMW, HypoVereinsbank, Infineon, Deutsche Telekom, Munich Re, IBM-Rational, Deutsche Bank, Allianz. More information can be found at http://jan.jurjens.de .

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Jan Jürjens is a Professor, leading the Research Group for Software Engineering at the Institute for Software Technology IST within the Faculty for Computer Science of the University Koblenz-Landau (Koblenz, Germany). He is also Director Research Projects at the Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering ISST (Dortmund, Germany). Previous positions include a Professorship for Software Engineering at TU Dortmund, a Royal Society Industrial Fellowship at Microsoft Research Cambridge, a non-stipendiary Research Fellowship at Robinson College (Univ. Cambridge), where in 2009 he was appointed as Senior Member, and a Postdoc position at TU München. Jan holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Computing from University of Oxford and is author of "Secure Systems Development with UML" (Springer, 2005; Chinese translation 2009) and other publications mostly on software engineering and IT security. More information: http://jan.jurjens.de .

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