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My research interest is around enabling collaboration among autonomous systems with the following directions:

  1. computational self-awareness,
  2. individual and collective learning, 
  3. autonomous decision making and planning,
  4. modelling and digital twins and
  5. computational trust.

I am interested to enable such autonomus systems to operate in rapidly unfolding situations without any human intervention. A great inspiration of my work is based on problem solving in nature, psychology, physiology, and anthropology.


I am currently teaching the following courses:

  1. Software Engineering
  2. Computer Games Technologies

Education/Academic qualification

Computer Science, BSc, University of Klagenfurt

Award Date: 20 Jul 2019

Electrical Engineering, Dr.-techn., AutonomousDistributedTrack- ing in Networks of Self-organized Smart Cameras, University of Klagenfurt

Award Date: 20 Jun 2014

Computer Science, MSc, University of Klagenfurt

Award Date: 17 Jun 2010

Areas of expertise

  • Computational Self-awareness
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Self-organisation
  • Collaborative decision-making
  • Digital Twins


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