Stefan Wagner

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Name:Stefan Wagner

Stefan Wagner is a full professor of software engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), where he earned his PhD in computer science. With a background in computer science and psychology, he has published over 130 peer-reviewed scientific articles and authored the book “Software Product Quality Control.” His research interests span several areas of software engineering, including software quality, human factors, AI-based software engineering, automotive software, AI-based systems, and empirical studies. Dr. Wagner serves as a Section Editor of PeerJ Computer Science and on the editorial boards of IEEE Software, Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development, and Research Ideas and Outcomes. He has received numerous best paper awards and was recently recognized as a 2022 Class of IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Contributor. Dr. Wagner is a proud member of the German GI and a senior member of ACM and IEEE.

Affiliation:Technical University of Munich
Research interests:Software Quality, AI-Supported Software Engineering, Empirical Studies, Human Factors, Automotive Software, AI-Based Software


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