Heinz Schmidt
  Heinrich (Heinz) W Schmidt PhD (Bremen), VDI, MIEEE, MACM
  Director, Australia-India Research Centre for Automation Software Engineering (AICAUSE), RMIT
  Director, eResearch, R&I
  Professor of Software Engineering, CSIT
Mail: RMIT University
 17-23 Lygon Street, Carlton, VIC 3053 (map)
Map:City Campus 96.1.8, near Melbourne Central Station (Metlink)
Email: Heinz (dot) Schmidt [at] rmit (dot) edu (dot) au
Chat: T +61 (3) 99 25 36 70 F, S& G: bauhws, I: hausbau
CoE: PROGRESS Centre for Predictable Embedded Software Systems at MdH
FP7: ASCENS - Autonomic Service-Component Ensembles
NoE: European FP7 Network of Excellence Embedded Systems Design
  Adjunct Professor, Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre, MdH, Västerås, Sweden
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For research students: So you wish to study under my supersion? Read this first...
For researchers: So you need advanced ICT support or R&D for your project? See me or start here...
Submit a paper to "my" journals or conferences: IEEE TSE, Elsevier JSS, RTS, ASE, ICSE, COMPARCH
Units I have taught and introduced

Curricula I initiated and helped introduce

Bachelor of Software Engineering (BSE)

Industrial PhD (Computer Science)

Curricula worthwhile working on (watch this space)

Research and Consulting

Consulting projects fascinating me usually require a cross of some of these:
Hobbies & Kultur
Yoga exercises, fitness, swim or gym, Beachwalking, Painting, Classical and Rock music (passive), Wissenschaft, Deutsch, (un peu de Français)

Was ist das Schwerste von allem?
Was Dir am Leichtesten erscheint: Mit den Augen sehen, was vor Dir liegt.

Geheimnisse sind noch keine Wunder.

[Johann Wolfgang von Goethe]

Nothing happens until something moves.

Der Fortschritt geschieht heute so schnell, dass, während jemand eine Sache für gänzlich undurchführbar erklärt,
er von einem anderen unterbrochen wird, der sie schon realisiert hat.

Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. As for the universe, I am not quite sure yet.

The horizon of many people is a circle with radius naught - and they call that their point of view.

Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.

[Albert Einstein]

Miscellaneous Initiatives and Projects