Michael Boronowsky is Managing Director of the Center for Computing Technologies, University of Bremen, Germany. In 1992, he had finished his studies in electrical engineering at University of Applied Science Aachen. After which he worked in a measurement device company as leading Development Engineer. He went back to university and studied Computer Science in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, and received a Master in Computer Science in 1995. Since this time, he is working at the University of Bremen. In the beginning, he was working in the area of artificial intelligence research. He developed machine learning algorithms, to learn qualitative physical models from the observation of measurement data. In his Ph.D., he focussed on methods for the automatic interpretation of time series data based on decision tree induction. In 1999, he became responsible in coordinating the wearable computing research at the TZI. Dr. Boronowsky finished his Ph.D. degree in 2001 and became Managing Director of the Intelligent Systems Department. Since 2002, he is Managing Director of the TZI. He coordinated the application of the IP-proposal “wearIT@work – Empowering the Mobile Worker with Wearable Computing” featuring a groundbreaking vision of the computer empowered knowledge worker of the future. Dr. Boronowsky is Vice Chair of the European Community “mobility@work” and also Vice Chair of the overall AMI@work community focusing on the economical breakthrough of the ambient intelligence vision for the mobile worker. Beside his management activities, he is still working as a Senior Scientist in research projects related to mobile computing and is supervisor of several master thesis in this area.
Biography Updated on 18 June 2007