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Christian Krupitzer

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Name: Christian Krupitzer

Bio: Christian Krupitzer is currently a post-doctoral researcher and leads the Internet-of-things and Cyber-physical Systems group at the Chair of Software Engineering of the University of Würzburg. He got his PhD from the University of Mannheim in 2018. In his Ph.D. thesis, he developed the FESAS Framework to simplify and support the development of self-adaptive systems. He received his M.Sc. in Business Informatics from the University of Mannheim in Germany in October 2012 and his B. Sc. Business Informatics from the University of Mannheim in Germany in June 2010.

His research interests include Self-aware Computing Systems and Self-adaptive Systems, Machine Learning, and Augmented/Virtual Reality applied in the domains of platooning and (self-driving) smart cars, intelligent transportation systems, Industry 4.0, and sports analytics and training support. He was awarded scholarships and grants from DAAD, Julius-Paul-Stiegler-Memorial-Foundation, IEEE CS TCPP & TCCC. Further, his publication “Hips Do Lie! A Position-Aware Mobile Fall Detection System” was nominated as Best Paper Candidate for the PerCom 2018. He has more than 30 publications including journal/conference papers, book chapters, and scientific magazine articles. Further, he served as reviewer and technical program committee member in several workshop, conferences and journals, such as CCNC, ITSC, PerCom, and ICAC.

Country: Germany

Affiliation: University of Würzburg, Germany

Personal website: https://se.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de/software-engineering-group/staff/christian-krupitzer/

Research interests: Software Engineering for Self-aware Computing Systems and Self-adaptive Systems; Machine Learning; Internet of Things; Cyber-physical Systems; Industry 4.0; Intelligent Transportation Systems

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ACSOS 2020Web Chair in Organizing Committee
PC Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
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