Dr. Justyna Zander
Justyna Zander, Ph.D.
is Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Harvard University (Harvard
Humanitarian Initiative) in Cambridge, MA, USA (since 2009) and Project
Manager at the Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems in
Berlin, Germany (since 2004).
Justyna earned a Doctorate of Engineering Science (2008) and Master of Science (2005), both in the fields of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Technical University Berlin, Germany. She also earned a Bachelor of Science (2004) in Computer Science and Bachelor of Science (2003) in Environmental Protection and Management from Gdansk University of Technology, Poland.
She graduated from the Singularity University, Mountain View, CA, USA in 2009 where she then was a Teaching Fellow in 2010. Before she was a visiting scholar at the University of California in San Diego, CA, USA in 2007, and a visiting researcher at The MathWorks in Natick, MA, USA in 2008. Her research interests include heterogeneous system development, design, simulation, computation, humanities, and future studies.
For her scientific efforts Justyna received grants and scholarships from such institutions as Polish Prime Ministry (1999–2000), Polish Ministry of Education and Sport (2001–2004), German Academic Exchange Service (2002), European Union (2003–2004), Hertie Foundation (2004–2005), IFIP TC6 (2005), German National Academic Foundation Grant (2005–2008), IEEE (2006), Siemens (2007), Metodos y Tecnologia (2008), Singularity University (2009), and Fraunhofer Gesellschaft (2009–2010). She is certified by the International Software Quality Institute.
Justyna edited Model-based Testing for Embedded Systems, authored Computation of Things in the Perspective of Climate Implications, and coauthored Computation of Things for Sustainable Development, From U2TP Models to Executable Tests with TTCN-3 – An Approach to Model Driven Testing, From Functional Requirements through Test Evaluation Design to Automatic Test Data Patterns Retrieval a Concept for Testing of Software Dedicated for Hybrid Embedded Systems, Test Execution Logging and Visualization Techniques, Towards Computational Hybrid System Semantics for Time-Based Block Diagrams, and Test Design Patterns for Embedded Systems.
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