Person

FH-Prof. DI Johann Heinzelreiter

Cloud Computing, Geometric Modeling, software architecture

Education

Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Informatik, Dipl.-Ing.
Oct 1983 - May 1989
Handelsakademie Rohrbach
Sep 1978 - Jun 1983

Professional career & activities

Fachhochschule OÖ, Professor of Software Engineering, education
Sep 2000 - Dec 2009
JKU Linz (RISC), Faculty Member of RISC, faculty
May 1999 - Aug 2000
RISC Software GmbH, Head of Software Development Department, project management
Jul 1997 - Aug 2000
JKU Linz (RISC), Research Assistant, research and development
Jul 1997 - Jul 2000
Gödel School GmbH, Project Management, management of industrial projects
Aug 1993 - Jun 1997
Lebenshilfe Salzburg, Community Service, care for the disabled
Oct 1992 - Jul 1993
JKU Linz (RISC), Research Assistant, software development
Aug 1989 - Sep 1992
Chemie Linz AG, Software Engineer, software development
Jul 1987 - Aug 1987

Research interests

  • Cloud Computing
  • software architecture
  • Geometric Modeling
2015
W. Kurschl, S. Pimminger, S. Wagner, J. Heinzelreiter - Concepts and Requirements for a Cloud-based Optimization Service - Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer Aided System Engineering Conference (APCASE 2015), Quito, Ecuador, Ecuador, 2015 more
2015
S. Pimminger, J. Heinzelreiter, W. Kurschl, A. Lindley - Themis - Conserve Your Digital Life - Proceedings 9th conference for Austrian universities of applied sciences, Hagenberg, Austria, 2015, pp. 7 more
2013
S. Pimminger, S. Wagner, W. Kurschl, J. Heinzelreiter - Optimization as a Service: On the Use of Cloud Computing for Metaheuristic Optimization - Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 8111, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 2013, pp. 215-216 more
2012
S. Pimminger, S. Wagner, W. Kurschl, A. Scheibenpflug, J. Heinzelreiter - Performance Benchmarking of Metaheuristic Optimization in the Cloud with Windows Azure - Proceedings of IEEE APCAST'12 Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2012, pp. 57-59 more
2013
Today the digital heritage of millions of users is in the hands of a few providers of web services and socialnetworks. These can disappear overnight or no longer make their services available. Sometimes… more
2011