Jan. 1995: Dr. phil. nat., University of Berne,
Oct. 1990: Master's in Computer Science (Diplom-Informatiker), University
Academic appointments and research positions:
July - December 2000: Associate Professor (tenured), Department
of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of Waterloo.
On leave of absence.
since December, 1999: Associate Professor (tenured) of Computer
Networks and Telematics at the Institute
for Informatics (Computer Science) of the Albert-Ludwigs-University
in Freiburg, Germany.
1999/2000: Visiting Professor, École Nationale Supérieure
d'Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble
(ENSIMAG) and Institut VERIMAG,
May to Dec. 1998: Sabbatical leave as Member of Technical Staff
in the Computing
Sciences Research Center, Bell Laboratories,
Murray Hill, New Jersey.
March, 1995 - June 2000: Assistant Professor at the Department
of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University
of Waterloo. Cross-appointment at Department
of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, July 1998. Leave of absence
starting January 1, 2000.
Nov. 1991 to Mar. 1995: Full-time Research Assistant and Doctoral
Candidate at the Department for Computer Science of the University of Berne,
Industrial work experience:
Oct. 1990 to Nov. 1991: Computer Science consulting in industry, consulting
on individual information systems for major German life insurance companies.
1982-1990: Consulting for German life insurance companies, various internships
at IBM Germany.
Date and place of birth: April 21, 1962 in Hamburg,
Marital status: married, 2 children.
Languages: German, English, French.
Interests: Tennis, alpine skiing, hiking, literature (Frisch, Camus,
Mann), paintings by Paul
Klee (Ad Parnassum, Der
Niesen, Der Goldfisch), mountains!
Last modified: February 25, 2001.
Stefan Leue <email@example.com>