First Visiting Professor at WIT from April 1 2004
until June 30 2004:
Engineering Group at the Computer
Science Department at the University
| Christiane Floyd graduated
in mathematics and completed her PhD at the University of Vienna
in 1966. From 1966 to 1968 she worked as a systems programmer in
compiling at Siemens, Munich. From 1968 to 1973 she continued in
this field as a research associate and a part-time lecturer at the
computer science department of Stanford University. From 1973 to
1977 she joined Softlab, Munich, as a senior consultant specializing
in software development methods.
In 1978 she became a full professor in Software Engineering at the
Technical University of Berlin. Since 1991 she is head of the Software
Engineering Group at the University of Hamburg.
- Evolutionary and Participatory Software Development;
- Human-centered Systems Design;
- Epistemological foundations of Software Development and Use.