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Kay Römer is Professor at and Director of the Institute for Technical Informatics at TU Graz, Austria. He also heads the Field of Expertise on Information, Communication & Computing which gathers more than 100 experienced researchers at TU Graz. He obtained his doctorate in computer science from ETH Zürich where he also worked as senior scientist before joining University of Lübeck in Germany as a professor.
Kay is an internationally recognised expert on networked embedded systems. He has co-chaired leading conferences in the field, served on the editorial boards of leading ACM and IEEE Transactions, and is currently chairing the steering committee of the EWSN conference.
His research interests encompass wireless networking, fundamental services, programming models, and dependability of the Internet of Things. He coordinates the TU Graz Excellence Project Dependable Internet of Things and leads the research area Cognitive Products in the Pro2-Future research centre.
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