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Since 2016 Stefan Bosse is a Privatdozent (Lecturer and senior researcher, Assoc. Prof.) at the University of Bremen in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. From 2018 to 2019 he was an interim professor and lecturer at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Faculty Computer Science, Institute of Software Technologies, Landau, and since 2022 joined the Engeeniring Department of the University of Siegen as a lecturer and sensior researcher in the Lehrstuhl für Materialkunde und Werkstoffprüfung.
He studied physics at the University of Bremen. He received a Doctoral Degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in physics in the year 2002 ("Laser and Advanced Optical Measuring Techniques") at the University of Bremen, and the post-doctoral degree (Habilitation) and the Venia Legendi in Computer Science in the year 2016 at the University of Bremen with his habilitation thesis "Unified Distributed Sensor and Environmental Information Processing with Multi-Agent Systems: Models, Platforms, and Technological Aspects".
He teaches several courses at the University of Bremen and University of Koblenz-Landau in fundamental computer science and in selected advanced topics covering the design of embedded systems, distributed and massive parallel system design, agent-based methods, and material-integrated sensing systems with a high interdisciplinary background.
Since 2008 he conducted several projects in the ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre pushing interdisciplinary research filling the gap between technology and computer science, and recently joining the ISIS council. Since 2019 he is a principle investigator of the transregional DFG research unit FORHYB 3022 and conducts the subproject "Data-driven Damage Diagnostics".
His research profile his highly interdisciplinary and unites computer science, mathematics, material science, and social science. Most of his work fills the gap between formalism and technology.
- Distributed Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Virtualisation (hardware, networks, systems)
- Computer Engineering, Material-integrated Intelligent Systems, HW/SW Co-design, System-on-Chip Design and HLS Software
- Hardware and Embedded System Design, Tiny ML, Virtualization on Chip, mixed analog/digital
- Sensor Networks
- Multi-Agent Systems and Platforms
- Simulation Research (Agent-based and multi-domain, hardware-software co simulation)
- Structural Monitoring and Damage diagnostics
- Crowd Sensing and Data Mining
He published more than 100 conference and journal papers, wrote three books, and contributed to more than 15 book chapters, acts as a reviewer and a guest editor for several international journals, e.g., IEEE Sensors, MDPI Sensors, MDPI Computers, and is a member of international conference programme and organizing committees, e.g., IARIA INTERNET & ADAPTIVE, SYSINT, MDPI ECSA, SASO DSS.