em. o. Univ.-Prof. Dipl-Ing. Dr. Gerhard CHROUST, M.S(USA)

 

Institute for Telecooperation,  Johannes Kepler Univ.Linz

IFSR (Int. Federation for Systems Research)

 

Maria Enzersdorf, Austria

gerhard.chroust@jku.at

http://www.gerhard-chroust.at

 



 

Current Research Interests

Representation and Enactment of Software Process Models

Disaster Management

Cultural Differences and Human Aspects of System Development

Systems Engineering

Software Engineering

PL/I Migration

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Available Lectures/Seminars -> listing , -> listing-pdf

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Authored Books: 

·          G. Chroust: Mikroprogrammierung und Rechnerentwurf, Oldenbourg 1989. 

·          G. Chroust: Modelle der Software-Entwicklung – Vorgehensmodellen, Oldenbourg 1992.

·          G. Chroust et. al.: The SPIRE Handbook - Better, Faster, Cheaper - Software Development, CSE 1998

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Scientific Functions:

International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR), Secretary General

Book Series Informatik, Trauner Publishers, Editor-in-Chief

IFSR Newsletter, Editor-in-Chief

International Academy of Cybernetic and Systems Studies (IASCYS), Member

Austrian Computer Society (OCG), Member of the Board

Austrian Society for Informatics (ÖGI): Honorary Member, President (2002-2009)

The Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Sciences (BCSSS): Honorary Member

Member: ACM, ACM Sigsoft, ADV, CMG-AE, GI, GI-FB WI-VM,  IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, ISSS, OCG, OeSGK, GI-AK-SEU, Pro-IT, WCSA

Participant: Linkedin, ResearchGate

Monographs:

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Short Curriculum Vitae:      -> short cv      -> long

1959-1964   Techn. Univ. Vienna , Austria: Diplom-Ingenieur (Electrical Engineering)

1964 -1965 Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA:  Master of Science (Computer Science)

1966-1991   IBM Laboratory Vienna: Research/Development :  (Programming Languages, PL/I, Formal Definition of Programming Languages, Vienna Definition Language, Software Engineering Environments – ADPS, Compiler Construction)

1975   Technical University Vienna, Austria:  PhD (Computer Science)

1980   Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU), Austria:  Habilitation (Computer Science)

1992 -2007  Professor for Systems Engineering und Automation, JKU: Software Engineering, Process Models and Environments, Computer Assisted Cooperative Work, Systems Theory, Human and Cultural Aspects of Systems Engineering

since 1993 (annually) General Co-Chair of the IDIMT Conferences

since 1994 (biennally) General Co-Chair of the Fuschl/IFSR Conversation

since 2007    Professor emeritus:  Process Models and their Enactment, Systems Science, Human and Cultural Aspects of Systems Engineering, Disaster Management

Recognitions:

·         Silbernes Ehrenzeichen des Landes Oberösterreich (2009)

·         Austrian Standards Institute: Bronce Medal (1980)

·         Honorary Member: ÖGI (Österreichische Gesellschaft für Informatik, 2009)

·         Honorary Member: BCSSS (Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Sciences, 2015)

 

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