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Thomas Johann Schwarzfischer, German computer scientist, researcher. Achievements include research in novel quality-based scheduling algorithms for soft real-time applications; development of specification and simulation toolbox for real-time applications. Grantee, National Study Grant Council for Scotland, 1995; scholar, Japan Society for Promotion of Science, 2004; research grantee, German Research Council, 2005.

Background

Schwarzfischer, Thomas Johann was born on November 15, 1972 in Roding, Germany. Son of Karl and Agnes Schwarzfischer.

Education

Student, St. Petersburg State University, Russia, 1996. Student, University Edinburgh, Scotland, 1996. Bachelor of Science, University Passau, Germany, 1999.

Master of Science, University Passau, Germany, 1999. Doctor of Philosophy, University Passau, Germany, 2005—2005. Postgraduate, University Kyoto, Japan, 2004.

Postgraduate, Carnegie Mellon University, 2005.

Career

Assistant professor University Passau, Germany, 1999—2005. Researcher Siemens AG, Munich, since 2006. Head Research Group On Real-time Systems, Passau, 1999—2005.

Associate editor Engineering Letters, Hong Kong, 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in novel quality-based scheduling algorithms for soft real-time applications. Development of specification and simulation toolbox for real-time applications.

Membership

Active Union Catholic Fraternities in Germany, Passau, 1992—2005. Master: Katholische Deutsche Studentenverbindung Oeno-Danubia (board member 1994-1998). Member: Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (associate), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (associate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Ballroom dancing, travel, choral singing.

Connections

father:
Karl Schwarzfischer

mother:
Agnes Schwarzfischer