Fakultät Informatik

Prof. Gio Wiederhold

Gio Wiederhold is Emeritus Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, with courtesy appointments in Medicine and Electrical Engineering.

His research focuses on large-scale systems design and evolution, specifically applied to information systems, the protection of their content, often using knowledge-based techniques.

He has authored and coauthored more than 400 published papers and reports on computing and medicine. He was editor and Editor-in-Chief of ACM TODS, and subsequently served on the ACM publications Board, focusing on the move to electronic publication.

Details can be found on the web at:  www-db.stanford.edu/people/gio.html

 

Personal Experience

Lorenzo Pirritano is a student of Informatics who is in the process of doing his Master´s degree. He came from the University of Pisa in Italy to study at the TUM as an exchange student as part of the European exchange program known as Erasmus.

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Personal Experience

Eva Nießner, is studying Infor-matics at the TUM and is in her 6th semester. She is currently working on her Bachelor's thesis and is subsequently planning to do her Master's degree in Software Engineering.

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Personal Experience

Felix Kress is in his 4th semester studying Information Systems  (Bachelor).

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Personal Experience

Daniela Steidl, is in her 2nd semester studying Informatics (Master). She presented the results of her Bachelor's thesis at a conference.

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Personal Experience

From an Erasmus semester to a PhD in Computer Science, Juan Haladjian took great advantage of career opportunities offered by the TUM

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