Lecturers

Roman Beck (IT University of Copenhagen)

Roman Beck is Professor at IT University of Copenhagen and Head of the Information Management section and Head of the Technology, Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship (TIME) research group. His research focuses on the role of IT service sourcing, services management, and services engineering with a special focus on social media analytics, cryptographic economic systems, and virtualization in the financial service sector. He is interested in institutional logics, organizational mindfulness, and organizational awareness. Roman serves as Senior Editor for the DATA BASE journal and as Associate Editor for BISE and JBE. He has published over 30 journal and 80 peer-reviewed conference articles in outlets such as MISQ, JIT, JSIS, CAIS, I&M, IT&P, ICIS, among others.

Further information: www.romanbeck.com

Peter Sestoft (IT University of Copenhagen)

Peter Sestoft is a professor and the head of the Computer Science Department at the IT University of Copenhagen. His interests include functional and managed object-oriented programming languages and their implementation, program transformation, program specification, software development, parallel programming and blockchain technologies.

 

Further information: http://www.itu.dk/people/sestoft/

Michel Avital (Copenhagen Business School)

Michel Avital  is Professor of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. Digital innovation and entrepreneurship are the leitmotifs of Michel’s work that focuses on technology and organization with an emphasis on its social and organizational aspects. He has published over 100 articles on topics such as blockchain technology, sharing economy, big data, open data, open design, generative design, creativity, innovation, green IT and sustainable value. He is an editorial board member of seven leading IS journals and serves in various organizing capacities in ICIS, AOM, ECIS and other topical conferences. Michel is an advocate of openness and an avid proponent of cross-boundaries exchange and collaboration.

Further information: www.cbs.dk/en/staff/madigi

Boris Düdder (University of Copenhagen)

Boris Düdder is an Assistant Professor in Software Engineering at the University of Copenhagen. His primary research is formal methods in software engineering and with a focus on developing methods for automatic software synthesis with safety and security guarantees. He has obtained his doctoral degree from the Technical University of Dortmund and has 20 years’ experience across different technology (including Microsoft Corp.), research (Fraunhofer Institute for Software- and System Engineering, CERN), and consulting companies for banking and finance (software architect).

Further information: http://diku.dk/english/staff/?pure=en/persons/575423

Fritz Henglein (University of Copenhagen)

Fritz Henglein is professor of programming languages and systems at DIKU, the Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH), previously of Technische Universität München, Rutgers University, IBM Research, New York University, Utrecht University, Hafnium ApS (co-founder) and IT University of Copenhagen. He has held guest professorships at the University of New South Wales, Cornell University and Kellogg College, Oxford. He presently directs the UCPH-based Strategic Research Center on Functional High-performance Computing for finance (HIPERFIT) and chairs the steering committee of the Danish Innovation Network on Finance IT (CFIR). His research interests are in semantic, logical and algorithmic aspects of programming languages, specifically type inference, type-based program analysis, algorithmic functional programming and domain-specific languages, and the application of programming language technology in high-performance stream processing (www.diku.dk/kmc), data-parallel programming (hiperfit.dk), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and e-health.

Further information: http://www.diku.dk/~henglein/index.html

Omri Ross (University of Copenhagen)

Omri Ross is an Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen and works mainly with blockchain  technology and financial engineering. He has obtained a PhD Degree from the University of Cambridge and holds over 15 years experience across different positions at leading financial and technology companies (including Barclays Capital and Microsoft) as well as consulting, setting up and board positions in several disruptive technology ventures.

Further information: http://diku.dk/english/staff/?pure=en/persons/295505