Curriculum Vitae

Education

1991 - 1995Technical University of Darmstadt, Computer Science department:
Ph.D.in Software Engineering (Dr.-Ing.)
1988 - 1989 Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble (ENSIMAG), Frankreich: Specialization in Computer Networks
1984 - 1990Technical University of Darmstadt:
M.Sc. in Information Systems (Diplom-Wirtschaftsinformatiker)
1981 - 1984Westdeutsche Genossenschaftszentralbank eG (WGZ-Bank), Köln / Düsseldorf:
Professional training (Bankkaufmann)

Occupation

2012 - ongoing Guest Lecturer at Technical University of Clausthal
2007 - ongoing Guest Lecturer at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
2004 - ongoingProfessor for Software Engineering and Business Information Systems, University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Dept. of Computer Science. 
2003 - 2004Group Manager IT-Architecture and IT-Strategy at TxB – LB Transaktionsbank GmbH, Frankfurt (Main) – München.
2001 - 2003Manager Financial Services at Accenture, Office Kronberg.
1998 - 2001Technology Consultant and Project Manager at IT Development and Coordination Center of the German Savings Banks Organization  - SIZ GmbH, Bonn.
1995 - 1998Process Consultant and Project Manager at Robert Bosch GmbH Stuttgart, Center of Excellence in Software Engineering (FV / SLD – GS – Gasoline Systems).               
1991 - 1995Research Associate at Technical University of Darmstadt, Center for Interdisciplinary Technology Research - ZIT and teacher at the Chair of Software Engineering in the Computer Science Department. Specialization in Requirements Analysis.

Expertise

  • CMMI Associate
  • Certified CMMI-Instructor (CMMI-DEV, CMMI-SVC)
  • COBIT, PMBOK, ITIL
  • IT-Governance
  • Systems thinking
  • Business Process Modelling (eEPC, BPMN, BPEL)
  • Organizational Change Management
  • Methodologies: Object-oriented analysis (UML), object-oriented design,  traditional methodologies (e.g. RUP, V-Modell), agile software development (SCRUM, SaFE)
  • Languages: German (native language), English (business fluent), French (fluent)