Jan Haase (M’07, SM’09) received his Diplom (equivalent to Master), and PhD degree in computer sciences at University of Frankfurt/Main, Germany and his Habilitation at Helmut-Schmidt-University of the Armed Forces Hamburg, Germany.
After his PhD he was project leader of several research projects at University of Technology Vienna, Austria, at the Institute of Computer Technology and then lecturer at Helmut-Schmidt-University of the Armed Forces Hamburg, Germany. Currently, he is a temporal professor for Organic Computing at University of Luebeck, Germany.
His main interests are Building Automation, Smart City, System Specification and Modeling, Simulation, Low-Power Design Methodologies, Wireless Sensor Networks, and Automatic Parallelization.
He (co)-authored more than 100 peer reviewed journal and conference papers and several book chapters.
As an IEEE volunteer, he is currently chair of the Technical Committee on Building Automation, Control, and Management (TC BACM). Furthermore he is voting Adcom member of Industrial Electronics Society. On IEEE level he chaired the Adhoc on Cultural Differences of the IEEE Conferences Committee and is currently a member of the IEEE Conference Finances Committee. He is Germany Section’s current Vice Chair and Austria Section’s Past Chair. In IEEE Region 8 he filled the posts of Conference Coordinator as well as Chair of the Professional Activities Subcommittee.