Student assistant at Department of Business computing, Professor Dr. Karl Kurbel (1995 – 2000)
Scientific research and publications, publication and website design, software development, event organization and university teaching.
During my study of business administration and cultural sciences at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, I worked part-time as student assistant at the business computing department. During my five-years stay there, I worked in several research projects in business computing and designed publications of the department. My research assignments included the design and development of database solutions (Oracle, Gupta), programming (Visual Basic, Java), data analysis. I gave lectures and worked as a tutor in courses given by Professor Karl Kurbel, the head of the department. The courses included: Visual Basic Programming and Applications and Internet Development Tools. I have co-authored a scientific paper about Internet multimedia technologies.
I developed the visual identity of the department, designed and laid out scientific papers, PowerPoint presentations. I also designed signage for a conference organized by the department. I designed and programmed the website of the department as well as of VGU (Virtual Global University), an online learning entity headed by Professor Kurbel. Finally, I created illustrations for several scientific papers and two of Professor Kurbel’s books: ‘Produktionsplanung und Produktionssteuerung’ (Production planning and control) and ‘Programmierung und Softwaretechnik’ (Programming and software technology).