Besides being the Solutions Architect at Ambrosus, Professor Roger Wattenhofer is a full professor and the Head of the Distributed Computing Lab at the .
Before that, he worked for some years at Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington, at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
My research interests are in the areas of services and mobile platforms, open and programmable mobile platforms (e.g., Android), adaptive software architectures, software engineering, virtual machines, network programming, middleware for mobile and distributed computing, dynamic aspect-oriented programming, and distributed systems. Integrated into an Eclipse plugin, the PROSE Development Tools for Eclipse allows runtime monitoring and adaptation of applications from Eclipse.
In November 2008 I joined Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories, Silicon Valley Innovation Center, USA (also known as Deutsche Telekom Inc. I started as a Senior Research Scientist at Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories, Silicon Valley Innovation Center, USA located in Mountain View, California in November 2008.
The graduation project was part of a distributed web application and its purpose was to offer companies strong facilities of storage, indexing, searching and highlighting of web documents.
- Interviewed by BBC for my work and investigation I did in collaboration with Prof.
Link to the BBC article: "What is killing smartphones?
" - My work has attracted attention of the American media - Interviewed by O'Reilly Media about my work on mobile browsing energy consumption (my original report was titled "Who Killed My Battery"). Link to the O'Reilly Media article: "How Web Pages Can Extend (or Drain) Mobile Device Battery Life" - Awarded the Best Paper Award at 18th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS 2012), Beijing, China, April 2012 - premium venue in real-time & embedded systems worldwide. P.) - Selected together with 10 other students from all over Romania for an internship organized in association with high-technology companies from Silicon Valley, USADepartment of Computer Science for superior academic performance (GPA 9.10) during all 5 years of my universities studies.
Recently, Nora Szech was ranked by the German national daily “Süddeutsche Zeitung” among the 36 most influential German economists under the age of 50, from all varieties of fields within economics.
Recently, Ambrosus Blockchain Solutions Architect Professor Roger Wattenhofer (henceforth Roger), kindly answered a number of questions surrounding his role in designing the Ambrosus cryptoeconomics as well as his thoughts on blockchain and the current state of the industry.