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Mag. Dr. Schahram DUSTDAR Professor, Institut für Informationssysteme, Technische Universität Wien

CV

1987 Software developer at CVS Software GmbH Linz
1986-1990 Part-time lecturer for Software at the Austrian Chamber of Commerce in Linz
1987-1988 Research Assistant (Studienassistent), Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik, University of Linz
1987-1989 Dustdar & Fuchs OEG Software Entwicklung
1989-1991 Management Consultant at Management Consulting Group Dr. Kribitz (MCG) in the area of Information Systems and Organization Redesign, Vienna
1993-1994 Visiting post-doctoral research fellow, Information Systems Department, London School of Economics, UK
1998 Visiting senior research scientist, NTT Multimedia Research Labs, Palo Alto, USA
1991-1999 University of Art and Industrial Design, Head of the Center for Informatics Services (ZID)
1999-2001 Caramba Labs Software AG, co-founder and Vorstand (CEO and CTO)
2001-2007 Chief scientist Caramba Labs Software AG
2001-2003 Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Technology, Distributed Systems Group
2003-2005 Associate Professor, Vienna University of Technology, Distributed Systems Group
since 2005 Full Professor, Vienna University of Technology, Distributed Systems Group
since 2004 Honorary Professor, University of Groningen, NL

Memberships

ACM
IEEE
OCG

Publications

Dustdar S. et.al.: Service-Oriented Computing: A Research Roadmap, International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems, 17(2), 2008
Zdun U., Dustdar, S.: Modeling Process-Driven and Service-Oriented Architectures Using Patterns and Pattern Primitives. ACM Transactions on the Web, ACM Press, September 2007
Dustdar S., Hoffmann T.: Interaction pattern detection in process oriented Information systems, Data and Knowledge Engineering, Elsevier 62, 2007
Dustdar, S.: Caramba - A Process-Aware Collaboration System Supporting Ad Hoc and Collaborative Processes in Virtual Teams, Distributed and Parallel Databases, 15:1, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Special Issue on Teamware Technologies, January 2004

Awards

Offer of a Full Professorship (chair) in Information Systems, University of Groningen, Netherlands (2004)
Invited Expert for European Research Project in IST-FP 7 preparatory roadmap: Emerging Knowledge Infrastructures, Technologies and Applications (since 2004)
Invited Expert for European Research Project in IST-FP 7 preparatory roadmap: Expert group on Knowledge Anywhere, Anytime (since 2004)
Invited Expert for European Research Project in IST-FP 7 preparatory roadmap: Expert group on Collaboration@Work (since 2004)
Invited Expert for European Research Project in Framework 7 roadmap: Expert group Grid-enabled knowledge organisations and collaborative working environments (since 2004)
Invited Reviewer for MIT Press book proposals (since 2003)
Invited Expert Evaluator for research projects submitted to the European Commission under IST-Framework 6 (2003)
MERCUR Innovationspreis der Wirtschaftskammer, Vienna (2002)
Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Top-Austrian Start-up nomination, Vienna (2002)
World Technology Award nomination for best IT-Software of the year, London (2001)
Listed in Who is Who, Austria (2001)
Erwin Schrödinger post-doctoral research fellowship at London School of Economics, Information Systems Department (1993-1994)