Dr. Jean Hallewell Haslwanter

Basic

Angestellt, Professor, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria

Wels, Austria

About me

Professor of Computer Science associated with the degree program Mechatronics and Business Management (MeWi) in the School of Engineering. Prior to working in academia, I gained diverse software experience working for companies in Switzerland, Germany, the UK and USA.

Skills

E-Learning
Data Science
User-Interfaces
Software Development

Timeline

Professional experience for Jean Hallewell Haslwanter

  • Current 18 years and 5 months, since Jan 2004

    Professor

    University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria

    Computer Science, User Interface Development

  • 4 months, Mar 2017 - Jun 2017

    Lecturer

    TU Wien

    Smart Homes, AAL (Ambient and Assisted Living)

  • 4 years and 9 months, Feb 1999 - Oct 2003

    Manager

    ELCA Informatik AG

    Data Warehouses

  • 2 years and 11 months, Feb 1996 - Dec 1998

    Project Leader & Project Engineer

    Wandel & Goltermann

    Telecom transmission measurement systems

  • 5 months, Sep 1995 - Jan 1996

    Software Instructor

    Cobit GmbH

    Microsoft Office

  • 1 year and 5 months, Aug 1993 - Dec 1994

    Lecturer

    University of Technology, Sydney

    Human Computer Interaction, Social Implications of Computing

  • 3 years and 3 months, Dec 1989 - Feb 1993

    Software Development Engineer

    ABB Schweiz AG

    Power Systems Management, User interface

  • 8 months, Feb 1989 - Sep 1989

    Software Consultant

    Tessella

    Scientific computing: Joint European Torus, Institute of Hydrology

  • 1 year and 11 months, Mar 1987 - Jan 1989

    Programmer / Engineer

    IBM Federal Systems Division

    Satellite Simulation

  • 2 years and 3 months, Jan 1985 - Mar 1987

    Teaching Assistant

    Stanford University

    Mathematics, German conversation

Educational background for Jean Hallewell Haslwanter

  • 5 years and 10 months, Feb 2012 - Nov 2017

    Informatics

    TU Wien

    summa cum laude / Auszeichnung, Thesis: User-Centered Development of sensor-based Systems for Older People

  • 2 years and 2 months, Mar 1993 - Apr 1995

    Computing Sciences

    University of Technology Sydney

    Thesis: Participatory Design Methods in the Context of Human- Computer Interaction

  • 3 years and 6 months, Sep 1983 - Feb 1987

    Mathematics

    Stanford University

Languages

  • English

    First language

  • German

    Fluent

  • French

    Basic

Interests

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