Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sandro Leuchter (Dipl.-Inform.)

Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Kamp-Lintfort, Germany
Faculty of Communication and Environment

Professorship for Distributed Systems
Head of degree program Information Engineering and Computer Science, M.Sc
Head of the CISCO Lab

office e-mail: sandro.leuchter@hsrw.eu
private e-mail: sandro.leuchter@ieee.org
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Tel: +49.2842.90825-377

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Teaching at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

Industrial Engineering, Specialization Communication and Information Engineering, B.Sc.
Information Engineering and Computer Science, M. Sc.
E-Government, B. Sc., Medien- und Kommunikationsinformatik, B. Sc.
Information and Communication Design, B.A.

Current Activities

Recent Presentations and Publications

Research & Development Experience

2012-2013: ATLAS ELEKTRONIK a joint company of ThyssenKrupp and Airbus DS, Bremen, Germany
Head of Software Engineering and Infrastructure Software
2005-2012: Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation, Karlsruhe, Germany
Research Group Manager Network Enabled Capabilities / Dialogue Systems
2000-2005: Center for Human-Machine Systems Studies, TU Berlin
Research Associate, MoDyS Research Group
2004: Cognitive Systems Engineering Lab, The University of Tokyo (Prof. Furuta)
JSPS Summer Program Fellowship (Jun-Aug)
2000: Bosch-Siemens Haushaltsgeräte / TU Berlin
Freelancer, usability engineering for domestic appliances
2000: GMD - German National Research Center for Information Technology, Institute for Applied IT, St. Augustin
Research Associate, Information in Context

Awards

Academic Degrees

2009
School of Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems, TU Berlin - Dr.-Ing.
Thesis title: «Software Engineering Methods for Human Performance Modeling in Dynamic Human-Machine Systems»
1999
Computer Science Department, TU Berlin - Dipl.-Inform. (diploma in informatics)
Thesis title: «Integration of a cognitive model into a simulation system for training of air traffic control»

Membership in Scientific Societies