From New Zealand to Hagenberg
Since the 1st of February Dr. Klaus-Dieter Schewe (51) is the new scientific director of the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH). Before changing to the competence center in Hagenberg, he has been working for about 10 years in New Zealand. At the Massey University he was professor for information systems and held the position of the director of the Information Research Center, too.
Klaus-Dieter Schewe promoted to professor in mathematics and informatics and focuses on the research topics formal specification and semantic, software development, databases and representation of knowledge, mathematical-logical fundamentals, web-based information systems and service-oriented software.
“I’m looking for my new challenge. My aim is that the SCCH will receive attention in the scientific surroundings and will be noticed as professional partner for applied research”, mentions Schewe.
In his free time he’s fond of cooking and listening to classical music. He likes watching ballet and figure skating and does a lot of hiking, called “tramping” in New Zealand.
The Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) is one of the largest independent software research centers in Austria and a harbinger in software-related, technological research & development trends. The SCCH guarantees internationally recognized research & development services. The combination of scientific disciplines around computer science and mathematics makes SCCH unique. The focus is on the following areas:
Process and Quality Engineering
Integrated Software Engineering Tools
Industrial Data Warehousing
Industrial Data Mining
Biomedical Data Mining
Knowledge-Based Vision Systems for Industrial Applications
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