Why the wrong people choose to study software architecture and the right people do not - lessons on the importance of diversity within software architecture community
Bara Buhnova is an Associate Professor and vice-dean for industrial partners at Masaryk University (MU), Faculty of Informatics in Brno. She received her Ph.D. degree in computer science in 2008 in the Czech Republic, continued as a postdoc researcher in Germany and Australia, and now she leads multiple research teams at Faculty of Informatics MU (teams on software architecture, smart cities), the Institute of Computer Science MU (team on big data analytics), and Czech CyberCrime Centre of Excellence C4e (team on critical infrastructures). She is the Steering Committee chair of the ICSA conference and has been involved in organization of numerous leading conferences (e.g. ICSE, ICSA, ESEC-FSE, QoSA, CBSE, MOBILESoft). She acts as a reviewer and (guest) editor in multiple journals (e.g. IEEE TSE, Springer EMSE, Elsevier SCP, Elsevier JSS, Springer SoSyM, Wiley SME), and is member of the IEEE TSE Review Board. Next to her academic activities, she is the chair of the Association of Industrial Partners of Faculty of Informatics MU (with 30+ companies), and is a Co-Founding and Governing Board member of Czechitas, a non-profit organisation aiming at making IT skills more accessible to youth and women of any age (reaching to 20,000+ graduates).
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|Why the wrong people choose to study software architecture and the right people do not - lessons on the importance of diversity within software architecture community|
Barbora Buhnova Masaryk University