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Günter Schäfer 
  1. Student Travel Grant Chair for IEEE's Globecom 2009 conference;
  2. TPC Member of the 2nd IEEE/IFIP Workshop on Monitoring, Attack Detection and Mitigation (MonAM 2007);
  3. Technical Program Co-Chair of the General Symposium of IEEE's ICC 2006 conference;
  4. Technical Program Vice-Chair of IEEE's CCNC 2006 conference;
  5. TPC Member of WWIC 2006 - 4th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications;
  6. TPC member of IEEE's ICC 2005 - Symposium on Next Generation Networks for Universal Services;
  7. Technical Program Vice Chair of IEEE's CCNC 2004 conference;
  8. TPC member of IEEE's Globecom 2004 - Symposium on Security and Network Management;
  9. TPC member of IEEE's ISCC conference series;
  10. Member of the Editorial Board of the Computer Netwok Journal (2003 - 2007);
  11. Occasional reviewer for various conferences and publications, e.g. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, IEEE Personal Communications, European Transactions on Telecommunications.
  12. Student Travel Grant Chair for IEEE's Globecom 2009 conference;
  13. TPC Member of the 2nd IEEE/IFIP Workshop on Monitoring, Attack Detection and Mitigation (MonAM 2007);
  14. Technical Program Co-Chair of the General Symposium of IEEE's ICC 2006 conference;
  15. Technical Program Vice-Chair of IEEE's CCNC 2006 conference;
  16. TPC Member of WWIC 2006 - 4th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications;
  17. TPC member of IEEE's ICC 2005 - Symposium on Next Generation Networks for Universal Services;
  18. Technical Program Vice Chair of IEEE's CCNC 2004 conference;
  19. TPC member of IEEE's Globecom 2004 - Symposium on Security and Network Management;
  20. TPC member of IEEE's ISCC conference series;
  21. Member of the Editorial Board of the Computer Netwok Journal (2003 - 2007);
  22. Occasional reviewer for various conferences and publications, e.g. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, IEEE Personal Communications, European Transactions on Telecommunications.

Armin Zimmermann

Armin Zimmermann was born in Berlin in 1969. He studied computer science from 1988 to 1990 at Technische Universität Dresden. At the computer science department (now EE&CS) of Technische Universität Berlin he finished his Diploma in 1993. As a part of his thesis he implemented an analysis module of the Petri net tool TimeNET. In 1993 he received a grant from the graduate research training group on communication based systems of the Berlin universities. He has been a fellow of this program until 1997.

Since 1994 he was with the perfomance evaluation group of Prof. Hommel at TU Berlin. In 1994 he started working in a project on modelling and evaluation of manufacturing systems with colored stochastic Petri nets. This project was funded by the german research council as a part of the "Schwerpunktprogramm Modellierung der Produktion" from 1994 until 1999.

A new modelling and analysis method for manufacturing systems based on Petri nets has been developed in this project. The resulting methods have been implemented as an extension of the modelling tool TimeNET. The generic graphical user interface Agnes was a spin-off that is now used for the tool TimeNET. Armin Zimmermann is project manager of TimeNET software development since 1996.

He finished his dissertation on modelling and analysis of manufacturing systems with Petri nets in September 1997. Armin Zimmermann received the Krone award, the Carl Ramsauer award, and the Chorafas Foundation award for this thesis.

In March 1998 and from September to December 1999 he was a visiting scientist at the Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain, in the research group of Prof. Silva.

His Habilitation thesis on Stochastic Discrete Event Systems has been accepted by the Faculty of Coputer Science at TU Berlin in 2005, and the Habilitation ("Lehrbefähigung") was awarded in June 2006.

Since 2008 he serves as Associate Editor of IEEE in the area Formal Methods, Distributed & Discrete Event Systems in Automation and Embedded Systems. Armin Zimmermann is editorial board member of the Int. Journal of Critical Computer-Based Systems. 

 

Rita Schindler

In 1979 received Diploma in Mathematics from the Moldova State University of Chisinau, Republic of Moldova.

• From 1979 until 1984 scientific assistant at the Ilmenau University of Technology, Group for Numerical Analysis and Information Processing.
• In 1985 received the Ph.D. in Numerical Analysis from the Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany.
• In 1984 joined the Computing and Service Centre of the Ilmenau University of Technology.
• From October 1987 until June 1988 postgraduate studies with focus Database Systems at Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University), Moscow, Russian Federation.
• In 1990 joined the newly founded Department of Computer Science and Automation of the Ilmenau University of Technology as lecturer.
• Interim head of the Database Group from 1991 until 2003 (with interrupts).
• Guest researcher at IBM Scientific Center, Heidelberg Germany, February until March 1994.
• Since 1989 extensive activities in university teaching (lectures, tutorials, seminars, laboratory).