Dr. Wolfgang Lohmann

Wolfgang Lohmann

Wolfgang Lohmann

Deadline Extension: Feb 20th, 2014
Special Issue on "Software Engineering Aspects of Green Computing"
Journal "Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems", Elsevier

Soon: Software Engineering Aspects of Green Computing (Part of the 29th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing March 24 - 28, 2014, Gyeongju, South Korea)

Wolfgang Lohmann is research fellow in the Technology and Society Lab at Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology in St. Gallen, Switzerland. His task is to serve as a bridge between Empa and the Institute of Informatics at University of Zurich and is concerned with aspects arising in the relation of ICT and Sustainability. He is engaged in several projects related to informatics and sustainability. His main interest are activities in the area of Green IT with special interests in Green Software.

Short Bio

Wolfgang Lohmann participated the first teacher training course for mathematics and computer science in the GDR between 1989-1991.

From 1991 - 1999 he studied Computer Science with focus to programming languages and compiler techniques with secondary subject English and American Studies.

Among his projects have been a Corewar implementation, a specification of translators for algebraic specifications, and a framework for higher-functional meta-programming (diploma thesis).

From February - November 2000, he worked as a research assistant at University of Rostock at the chair of programming languages and compiler techniques. From December 2000 - November 2006 he worked as researcher (C1) at the same chair. Besides research, he gave several lectures, seminars, practical works and advised several study research projects and diploma theses.

He participated in the evaluation committee of teaching computer science in the northern university network and was member of the university council.

Between December 2006 - June 2009 he was Ph.D. student and got his degree with a thesis on the consequences of evolution of software languages.

He worked as a scientific assistant at the chair of software languages (Prof. Ralf Lämmel) at University of Koblenz-Landau and developed a tool for (semi-)automated empirical research on the impact of research to university curriculum from September - December 2010.

He is Microsoft Professional Developer (MCPD 2010), though his preferences are Linux.

Publications (from 2011)

Publications (before 2010)