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Professors of HHZ

Wolfgang Blochinger

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Wolfgang Blochinger

Wolfgang Blochinger is professor of Services Computing, Internetworking and IT Security at the Faculty of Computer Science of Reutlingen University. He has taken a doctoral degree at the University of Tübingen and has been habilitated with his work in the field of parallel and distributed systems. At the University of Stuttgart, he worked for several years in the coordination of major scientific projects. Prior to joining the Reutlingen University, he worked at Robert Bosch GmbH to design new IT architectures and services for big data applications.

Building 9 (Reutlingen)
Room 116
Phone +49 7121 271 4086
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Cristóbal Curio

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Cristóbal Curio

The field of cognitive systems develops applications based on Computer-Vision, Machine-Learning and Computer-Graphics in combination with methods for modeling human cognitive rocesses. Highly controllable and realistic settings, real-world sensor data and simulations, offer the opportunity for advanced experiments and at the same time a framework to design and optimize processes in Human-Machine-Interfaces. The approach ultimately opens a new window to modern industries such as entertainment computing, communication systems (information transfer, multimedia), and individual assistance systems (medical assistance, transportation, autonomous driving, safety aspects).I am affiliated with the Herman Hollerith Zentrum (Böblingen / Reutlingen). I am currently teaching courses in cognitive systems and image processing within the Computer Science Masters-Program Human-Centered Computing. Further, my research contributes to the research group CaMed (Computer Assisted Medicine).NEWS: Workshop at IEEE ITSC Conference 2015"Interaction of Automated Vehicles with other Traffic Participants"organized together with Prof. Christoph Stiller (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KIT)Detailed

Building 9 (Reutlingen)
Room 227
Phone +49 7121 271 4005
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4005
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Christian Decker

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Decker

Christian Decker is a professor for Smart Data Services at the Faculty of Informatics at the Reutlingen University of Applied Sciences. He studied computer science with a focus on telematics at the University of Karlsruhe and, in 2009, promoted in the field of "Ubiquitous Computing". He then switched to a medium-sized company for public transport systems. There, he directed the area for statistical evaluations of mass data generated by the on-board calculators of large vehicle fleets and used for quality proofing and optimization of public transport services.



Prof. Decker is responsible for the bachelor study Digital Business and the master study Digital Business Engineering

Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 127/4
Phone +49 7121 271 4105
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Oliver Götz

Prof. Dr. Oliver Götz

International Business to Business Marketing, International Sales Management

Building 5 (Reutlingen)
Room 112
Phone +49 (0)7121 271 3033
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Dieter Hertweck

Prof. Dr. Dieter Hertweck

Dieter Hertweck is professor of Service Science at the Faculty of Computer Science at the Reutlingen University. Prior to this, he was professor for business informatics and head of the electronic business institute at Heilbronn University, before he headed the Department of BPEM at the Research Center for Computer Science at KIT (FZI). Dieter Hertweck has taken a doctoral degree in business economics in the research group of Prof. Helmut Krcmar. His research focuses on service science, IT management, process and knowledge management.

Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 127/3
Phone +49 7121 271 4106
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Natividad Martínez Madrid

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Natividad Martínez Madrid

Research areas: Internet technologies, mobile computing

Building 9 (Reutlingen)
Room 124
Phone +49 (0)7121 271 4014
Fax +49 (0)7121 271 90 4014
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Martin Mocker

Prof. Dr. Martin Mocker

General business economics and business informatics

Building 5 (Reutlingen)
Room 115
Phone +49 7121 271 3123
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Jürgen Münch

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Münch

Jürgen Münch ist Professor für Software Engineering an der Hochschule Reutlingen und Forschungsleiter (Research Director) an der Universität Helsinki. Zuvor war er Professor für Software Systems Engineering an der Universität Helsinki, Hauptabteilungsleiter am Fraunhofer IESE und Vorstandsmitglied des Sonderforschungsbereichs 501 der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte liegen in den Bereichen Software Innovation, Lean Product Management, Analytics und Agile Engineering.

Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 127/2
Phone +49 7121 271 4107
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Ilia Petrov

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ilia Petrov

Research interests: data management and analysis, high-performance data processing, data management on new hardware technologies, big data, database systems.

Building 9 (Reutlingen)
Room 027
Phone +49 7121 271 4034
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4034
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Alexander Rossmann

Prof. Dr. Alexander Rossmann

Alexander Rossmann is Head of the Herman Hollerith Center and Professor of Marketing and Sales at the Reutlingen University of Applied Sciences. Prior to this, he was a research associate at the Institute of Marketing at the University of St. Gallen and a 10-year member of the management team of a renowned consulting company. His research focuses on relationship marketing, digital business and social media.


Prof. Rossmann ist responsible for the master study of  Digital Business Management in cooperation with Knowledge Foundation @ Reutlingen University


Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 105
Phone +49 7121 271 4100
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4100
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Armin Roth

Prof. Dipl.-Kfm. Armin Roth

Armin Roth is Head of the Research Area "Enterprise Performance Management & Business Intelligence" and professor of management, controlling & business intelligence at the Reutlingen University. Prior to this, he had held senior positions in management and IT consulting as well as commercial director in industry for many years.

Building 9 (Reutlingen)
Room 025
Phone +49 7121 271 4027
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4027
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Marco Schmäh

Prof. Dr. Marco Schmäh

Marco Schmäh is professor of Marketing and Sales at the ESB Business School. Prior to that, he worked in service marketing and later on account management in the industrial goods business of a world market leader. His research focuses on value-based selling, digital value selling and digital business.

Building 5 (Reutlingen)
Room 213A
Phone +49 (0)7121 271 3018
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Martin Schmollinger

Prof. Dr. Martin Schmollinger

Martin Schmollinger is professor of Intelligent and Distributed Systems at the Faculty of Computer Science at the Reutlingen University. His areas of work are applications, methods and technologies of Business Process Management.

Building 9 (Reutlingen)
Room 036
Phone +49 7121 271 4048
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Clemens van Dinther

Prof. Dr. Clemens van Dinther

Wirtschaftsinformatik, Business Analytics

Building 5 (Reutlingen)
Room 210
Phone +49 (49) 7121 271 3118
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Alfred Zimmermann

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Alfred Zimmermann

Alfred Zimmermann is Professor of Digital Enterprise Architecture in the Faculty of Informatics at Reutlingen University. He is the research director of the Herman Hollerith Center Böblingen and speaker of the Cooperative Doctoral Program Services Computing at the Herman Hollerith Center Böblingen. His research focuses on digital transformation and intelligent digital architectures with multi-perspective decision support, in close connection with digital strategy & governance, software architecture, artificial intelligence and cognitive architecture, data analytics, Internet of Things, service computing, and cloud computing. Professor Zimmermann supervises PhD students in joint research programs with universities such as Stuttgart, Rostock, and Leipzig. He also supports international research programs and research partnerships with universities in Europe, Japan, USA, Canada, and Australia. Professor Zimmermann graduated in Medical Informatics from the University of Heidelberg and received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Stuttgart. In addition to his academic experience, he has a strong practical background as a technology manager and leading consultant at Daimler AG, Germany. Alfred Zimmermann is active in international networks and as co-organizer of several workshops and conferences, as well as conference chair of the international HCIS - Human-Centered Intelligent Systems, and as editor and author of books, journal and conference papers.

Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 107
Phone +49 7121 271 4033
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4033
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