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Christian Schindelhauer


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Summary Asst. Prof. Dr. Christian Schindelhauer, born 17.10.1967 in Miltenberg, Germany, graduated 1991 in Computer Science with side course Mathematics at the University of Darmstadt, Diploma thesis:  ”Average Komplexitätsklassen“, 1996 PhD in Theoretical Computer Science, PhD thesis ”Median und Average Komplexitätsklassen“ (Summa cum laude),  received 1997 Prof.-Otto-Roth-Preis der Universität Lübeck for an outstanding PhD thesis, 2002 habilitation at University of Paderborn, habilitation thesis  “Communication Network Problems”, since 2002 assistant professor (Hochschuldozent) at the University of Paderborn, received 2004 the research award of the University of Paderborn for “Design of a wireless energy efficient sensor network for super markets”.

Christian Schindelhauer is a co-leader for the sub-project C6 Mobile Ad-hoc-Networks CRCs 376 (Massively Parallel Systems). He is a co-leader of the Smart Team project in SPP 1183 (Organic Computing), and SPP 1076 (Low Power Design). He is a member of the administrative board of COST action 295, DYNAMO, Dynamic Communication Networks, since 2004 leader of Workpackage 6.2, Enhanced Distributed Hash Tables for Keyword Search for the EU-Integrated-Project: DELIS, Dynamically Evolving, Large-scale Information Systems, in Cooperation whith Prof. Gerhard Weikum, Max-Planck-Institute Computer Science, Saarbrücken.
 
Christian Schindelhauer authored more than 30 publications. He is married and has two children.
Life History
Name Dr. Christian Schindelhauer
Address Heinz Nixdorf Institute
Computer Science Department
University of Paderborn
Fuerstenallee 11
33095 Paderborn
EMail schindel@uni-paderborn.de
WWW http://www.upb.de/cs/schindel.html
Born
October 17, 1967 in Miltenberg, Germany
Married
since June 6,1995 with Barbara Schindelhauer, MBA, MSc, né Goedecke, founder and owner of the Institute for Pre-school Learning (Institut für vorschulisches Lernen)
Children
Tom Schindelhauer, born March 23, 1999

Tina Schindelhauer, born February 10, 2001

Job history
2002-
ButterflyAssistant Professor (Hochschuldozent) at the University of Paderborn Heinz Nixdorf Institute and  Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, Institute of Computer Science, co-leader of the research group Algorithms and Complexity
2001-2002
Universität Paderborn
Scientific staff member at the University of Paderborn Heinz Nixdorf Institute and
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,Theoretical Computer Science: AG . Meyer auf der Heide

2000-2001 TCS-Luebeck-Logo Scientific staff member at the Theoretical Computer Science Institute of University of Lübeck
Director: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Reischuk
1999-2000
ICSI
Post Doc researcher in the Theory Group at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI), Berkeley funded by a research grant of ``Gemeinsames Hochschulförderpgrogramm von Bund und Ländern'' through the DAAD
Group leader: Prof. Richard Karp.

1994-1999
Universität Lübeck
Scientific staff member at the Theoretical Computer Science Institute of University of Lübeck
Director: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Reischuk
1991-1994
Technische Universität Darmstadt#
Scientific staff member at the Theoretical Computer Science Institute of Technical University of Darmstadt
Director: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Reischuk

1986-1991 Studies of Computer Science at the Technical University of Darmstadt
Achievements
2005
 Received an offer for full professorship at the Albert-Ludwig-University of Freiburg (Breisgau), Germany
2004
Received the research award of the University of Paderborn for “Design of a wireless energy efficient sensor network for super markets”.
2003
Appointed as Privatdozent, Inaugural lecture: “Mobile Ad-hoc-
Netzwerke” (“Mobile Ad Hoc Networks”)
2002
Habilitation at the University Paderborn with the habilitation thesis (in
English language) “Communication Network Problems”, habilitation
talk: “Die Ameisenkolonie-Methode” (“The Ant-Colony Method”), lec-
ture: “Stauvermeidung durch TCP” (“Congestion Avoidance by TCP”)
1997 Received Prof.-Otto-Roth award for an outstanding dissertation of the University of Lübeck
1996 Ph.D. degree in Theoretical Computer Science (summa cum laude)
Title of PhD thesis: Median- und Average-Komplexitätsklassen (Median and Average Complexity Classes)
Advisor: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Reischuk

1991 Graduated as ``Diplom-Informatiker'' (``diploma computer scientist'')
Title of diploma thesis: ``Neue Average Case Komplexitätsklassen'' (``New Average Case Complexity Classes'')
1986 Abitur at the Johannes-Butzbach-Gymnasium Miltenberg (school leav-
ing exam of High School equivalent), grade 1,5 (corresponds to A)

Program committees
  • Program committee member of Third Workshop on Combinatorial and Algorithmic Aspects of Networking, 2 July 2006, Chester, United Kingdom, (co-located with SIROCCO 2006), CAAN 2006
  • Chair and organizer of Satellite Workshop: MSWSN Mobility and Scalability in Wireless Sensor Networks, (co-located with DCOSS 2006), San Fransisco, June 2006 MSWSN 2006
  • Program committee member of 5th International Conference on AD-HOC Networks & Wireless, August 17 - 19, 2006, Ottawa, Canada (Adhocnow 2006)
  • Organizer und program committe member of P2P-Complex, Peer-to-peer Data Management in the Complex Systems Perspective, satellite workshop of the European Conference on Complex Systems, Noveber 17, 2005.
  • Program committe member of SOFSEM 2006, 32nd International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science, 21.-27.01.2006, Merin, Czech Republik.
  • Program committe member of 20th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2006), 26.-29.04.2006, Rhodos, Greece.
  • Program committe member of International Symposium on Parallel Architectures, Algorithms, and Networks (I-SPAN 2005), 7.-9.12.2005, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
  • Program committe member of ACM International Workshop on Mobility Management and Wireless Access Protocols (MobiWac 2005), 13.-16.06.2005, Maui, Hawaii, USA.
  • PProgram committe member of 6th ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing (MobiHoc 2005), 25-28.05.2005, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA.
  • Program committe member of ACM International Workshop on Mobility Management  and Wireless Access Protocols (MobiWac 2004), 26.09.-01.10.2004, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Program committee member of the First International Workshop on Algorithmic Aspects of Wireless Sensor Networks (AlgoSensors) 2004, Turku, Finland.
  • Program committee member of the Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science (STACS 2004) in Montpellier, France.
Invitations
  • Invited talk for SOFSEM 2006, 32nd International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science, Januar 2006, Merin, Czech Republic.
  • Invitation to the Third Workshop on Random Graphs and Randomized Algorithms durch Michael Mitzenmacher in Bertinoro, Italien, 20.-24.06.2005.
  • Three invitations to seminars in Dagstuhl, lastly "Algorithmic Aspects of Large and Complex Networks", September 2005.
  • Two invitations to seminars in Oberwolfach, lastly "Algorithmic Graph Theory", February 2006 in Oberwolfach.
  • Invited talk to the International Colloquium on Structural Information and Communication Complexity (Sirocco’03), Umea, Schweden, mit dem Vortrag “The Algorithmic Challenges of Wireless Networks”, 2003.
Reviews Reviewer for numerous conferences and journals, like Acta-Informatica, AlgoSensors 2004, ESA 2004, ESA 2005, FOCS 2004,   FST&TCS 2003, ICC 2004, ICALP 2005,  IEEE Information Theory, Information Processing Letters, ISAAC 2004, ISPAN 2005,   Journal of Networking and Information Theory  of Transactions on Information Theory and ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking, Journal of TCS, Journal ToCS, MFCS 2005, SensorNets 2004, SPAA 2003, SPAA 2005, STACS 1994, STACS 1997, STACS 2004, STACS 2005, Mobihoc 2005, MobiWac 2004, MobiWac 2005.
Further Activities
  • Editor of the annual report of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, 2005.
  • Exchange coordinator for the partnership of the University of Paderborn and Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, Spanien, since December 2004.
  • Exchange coordinator for the partnership of the University of Paderborn and Carleton University, Ottawa, Kanada, since November 2004.
  • Editor of the annual report of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, 2004.
  • Responsible for the master module Computational Complexity and Computability, part of Models and Algorithms, of the Computer Science Department,  University of Paderborn, since 2004.
  • Head of the scientific staff council representative of the University of Lübeck 1999-2001.
  • Editor of a special issue of FOCUS MUL, “Dreijahresbericht der Institute
    für Informatik und Mathematik” (“Three-Annual report of the Insitutes of Computer Science and Mathematics”), University of Lübeck, 1994 – 1996.
  • Editor of a special issue of FOCUS MUL, “Zweijahresbericht der Institute für Informatik und Mathematik” (“Bi-annual report of the Institutes of Computer Science and Mathematics”), University of Lübeck, 1997 – 1998.




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