Prof. Dr. Bernhard Bauer



Tel.: +49 821 598 - 2118
Tel. (more): +49 821 598 - 2470 (Secretary)
Fax: +49 821 598 - 2479
Room: 3001-N
Office hours: request via e-mail
Address: Universitätsstraße 14
D-86159 Augsburg


WS 1987/88 to November 1992 University of Passau: computer science degree with secondary subject mathematics
degree: qualified computer scientist (univ.)



February 1993 to
April 1997
Research assistant at the chair of Prof. Dr. Eickel, Institute for Computer Science, Technical University of Munich (TUM)
19. December 1996 doctorate (Dr. rer. nat.) at the Institute for Computer Science, TUM
subject: "Attributed Algebraic Specifications";
April 1997 to December 2002 centre "Intelligent Autonomous Systems" of Corporate Technology of Siemens AG Munich (CT IC 6), last: Principal Research Scientist:
  • internet-technologies and middleware, inclusive software-engineering and components for multi-agents-systems
  • travel-assistance-systems and telematics, mobile applications and ubiquitous computing
  • agent-standardization FIPA
  • rating of technologies, project management and recruiter for CT
  • consultant for the European Commission, e.g. for middleware, grid computing, networked businesses
since January 2003 professorship for "Programming Distributed Systems" at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Augsburg, focuses:
  • paradigms of programming and software technologies for Distributed Systems (software engineering, middleware, web services, object-oriented concepts)
  • semantic interoperability (semantic web concepts, semantic web services)
2004-2011 study dean of faculty for Applied Computer Science;
member of the library committee, member of the committee for budget, room and construction affairs
since 2011 dean of faculty for Applied Computer Science


Consultant Jobs

  • Consultant for workshops, conferences and magazines on the subject agents technology, e.g. Constraint Journal, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, ICMAS 1998, MFCS 1998, MAAMAW 1999, PAAM 1999, PAAM 2000, IJCAI-01, Special Issues zu Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent Systems, AAMAS 2002
  • Member of the programme committee
    • PAAM 1999
    • AOSE 2001, AOSE 2002, AOSE 2003
    • Agenttechnology and Software Engineering (AgeS) 2002
    • Third International Symposium "From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation" (AT2AI-3) 2002, 2004
    • Workshop on "Ubiquitous Agents on embedded, wearable, and mobile devices" and Workshop on "Toward an Application Science: MAS Problem Spaces and Their Implications to Achieving Globally Coherent Behavior" hold at AAMAS 2002
    • OOPSLA Workshop on Agent-oriented methodologies 2002
    • The 2003 International Conference-Crossing Workshop on "Agent Technology for Autonomous Business Processing"
    • First German Conference on Multiagent System Technologies MATES 03, MATES 04
    • Special Track on Agent Technology in Business Applications (ATeBA-2004), co-located with the International Multiconference on Business Information Systems (MKWI-2004), to be held in Essen, Germany, March 9-11, 2004
    • AMAAS 2004
    • Co-Chair International Conference ARCS 2004, Augsburg
    • Co-Chair MAS-Workshop, WI 2004
  • Consultant for the European Commision on the subject middleware and agenttechnology, networked businesses, grid computing in FP 5 and FP 6


Standardization and committees

  • Collaboration in the agents standardization FIPA (Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents, collaboration in the subjects: interoperability, agents communication languages, description of protocols for interaction (AgentUML)
  • Editor: FIPA protocols for interaction based on Agent UML; January 2000 - August 200
  • Collaboration in SIG Agentmethodologies und Intelligent Information Agents von AgentLink und AgentLink II ( Collaboration in the subjects: methods of specifaction and programming languages for agent oriented programming


Co-organized workshops and conferences

  • Co-organizer of the Herbsttagung, Gesellschaft für Informatik, Fachgruppe 3.1.4, operating systms, November 2000, Munich
  • Co-organizer of the workshop "Agenttechnology and Software Engineering (AgeS)" at the NetObject Days in Oktober 2002 in Erfurt.
  • Co-organizer A-UML 2004 Workshop at ETAPS 2004
  • Co-Chair: ARCS 2004 International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems, Augsburg, 2004