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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Tai

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Stefan Tai is Full Professor and Head of Chair Information Systems Engineering at TU Berlin, Germany (2014-present). Prior to that, he was a Full Professor at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany (2007-2014) and a Research Staff Member at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in New York, USA (1999-2007). He also held concurrent posts as Director of research labs, including the FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik in Karlsruhe and Berlin, Germany (2008-2014). He earned his Diploma (1995) and Ph.D. (1999) degrees from TU Berlin, Germany.

Stefan specializes on creating next-generation distributed software systems that provide a necessary foundation to address larger societal challenges.  His research interests include blockchain technology, software system qualities of cloud services, and the Web as a platform for technology, social, and business innovation.

Stefan has over 20 years of experience in cutting-edge IT research and development, having been involved in numerous, both scientific and industrial projects. His publications and patents can be found online [2]. Stefan serves as associate editor of three leading scientific journals, has been a program committee member of over 200 international conferences (since 1999) , and also serves as expert evaluator for national science foundations and programs across the world. Stefan enjoys leading focused research teams with a size of approx. 12 (doctoral and post-doctoral) researchers and with external research grants averaging 1 Mio. Euro/Year. Stefan also serves as (advisory and scientific) board member of IT companies.

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Stefan Tai
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sec. EN 247A
Room 247
+49 30 314 73260
+49 30 314 22357
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