Prof. Karl Kleine professional life  

professional career / curriculum vitae

    1976   Berlin Technical University: graduation as Diplom-Informatiker

    1977–1984   Catholic University Nijmegen, The Netherlands (today: Radboud University):

      research in programming languages, compilers, program construction and software engineering, in particular issues of software portability und reuse;

      member of a team to create a computer science curriculum for KUN, concept and teaching of the module systems programming / operating systems

    1984–1992   Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI), Karlsruhe:

      head of research group program structures — work on generic component systems and software reuse, in particular in the context of the then new Ada programming language

      initiator and head of department for computing and data communication

    1992–1993   Mercedes-Benz Finanz, Stuttgart (today: Mercedes-Benz Bank):

      systems planner open systems — reorganization of IT systems from a proprietary centralistic mainframe structure to a networked client server architecture

    1994–2016   Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena (EAH), a university of applied sciences:

      professor for computer science — mainly teaching software construction to students of various engineering disciplines

      additionally 1994–2000 initiator and head of a computing and networking department as well as planning and implementation of the overall IT infrastructure of the university

    2016   retirement

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