Tudor B. Ionescu

Tudor Ionescu

Dr.-Ing., M.Sc., M.A.

Post-Doc
Abteilung Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion| Institut für Managementwissenschaften
Technische Universität Wien
Büro: 2.OG, Raum QA 02 16
E-Mail: tudor.ionescu@tuwien.ac.at

Publikationen (Auszug)

Beiträge in Tagungsbänden

  • Ionescu, T. B. (2017). Anthropocentrism in Software Design: A New Reference Problem in the Design of Intelligent Sociotechnical Systems? In Software Architecture Workshops (ICSAW), 2017 IEEE International Conference on (pp. 171-174). IEEE
  • Musil, J., Ekaputra, F. J., Sabou, M., Ionescu, T., Schall, D., Musil, A., & Biffl, S. (2017). Continuous Architectural Knowledge Integration: Making Heterogeneous Architectural Knowledge Available in Large-Scale Organizations. In Software Architecture (ICSA), 2017 IEEE International Conference on (pp. 189-192). IEEE
  • Stevanetic, S., Plakidas, K., Ionescu, T. B., Schall, D., & Zdun, U. (2016). Supporting quality-driven architectural design decisions in software ecosystems. In Proccedings of the 10th European Conference on Software Architecture Workshops (p. 22). ACM
  • Plakidas, K., Stevanetic, S., Schall, D., Ionescu, T. B., & Zdun, U. (2016). How do software ecosystems evolve? A quantitative assessment of the R ecosystem. In Proceedings of the 20th International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (pp. 89-98). ACM
  • Ionescu, T. B., & Engelbrecht, G. (2016). The privacy case: Matching privacy-protection goals to human and organizational privacy concerns. In Cyber-Physical Security and Resilience in Smart Grids (CPSR-SG), Joint Workshop on (pp. 1-6). IEEE (Best paper award)
  • Stevanetic, S., Plakidas, K., Ionescu, T. B., Li, F., Schall, D., & Zdun, U. (2015). Tool support for the architectural design decisions in software ecosystems. In Proceedings of the 2015 European Conference on Software Architecture Workshops (p. 45). ACM
  • Ionescu, T. B., Laurien, E., & Scheuermann, W. (2010). Applying classic feedback control for enhancing the fault-tolerance of parallel pipeline workflows on multi-core systems. In Facing the multicore-challenge (pp. 79-91). Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Ionescu, T., & Scheuermann, L. (2010). Clustering the Roman Heaven: Uncovering the Religious Structures in the Roman Province Germania Superior. In Classification as a Tool for Research (pp. 419-426). Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Ionescu, T. B., Piater, A., Scheuermann, W., Laurien, E., & Iosup, A. (2009). An Aspect-Oriented Approach for Disaster Prevention Simulation Workflows on Supercomputers, Clusters, and Grids. In Proceedings of the 2009 13th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications (pp. 21-30). IEEE

Journal-Artikel

  • Ionescu, T. & Scheuermann, W., 2016. Architecting safety-critical decision-support systems for nuclear emergency management. it-Information Technology, 58(1), pp. 49-60
  • Ionescu, T. B. & Scheuermann, W., 2016. Improving the Reliability of Decision-Support Systems for Nuclear Emergency Management by Leveraging Software Design Diversity. Journal of Computing and Information Technology, 24(1), pp. 45-63
  • Ionescu, T. B., 2012. Communicating in Germany about the Fukushima accident: How direct encounter beat media representations. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 6(2), pp. 260-267
  • Ionescu, T. B., Polaillon, G., & Boulanger, F. (2010). Minimum tree cost quartet puzzling. Journal of classification, 27(2), 136-157
  • Ionescu, T. B., Piater, A., Scheuermann, W., & Laurien, E. (2010). An Aspect-Oriented Approach for the Development of Complex Simulation Software. Journal of Object Technology, 9(1), pp. 161-181
  • Piater, A., Ionescu, T. B., & Scheuermann, W. (2008). A distributed simulation framework for mission critical systems in nuclear engineering and radiological protection. International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control, 3(3), pp. 448-453

Vita

Ausbildung

  • 10.2007 – 07.2013 Promotion zum Dr.-Ing. am Institut für Kernenergetik und Energiesysteme im Rahmen des SimTech-Exzellenzclusters, Universität Stuttgart
    Dissertation: “Reliability of Decision-Support Systems for Nuclear Emergency Management”
    Betreut durch: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckart Laurien und Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Resch
    Abschluss: Dr.-Ing. (magna cum laude)
  • 10.2013 – 03.2017 Berufsbegleitendes Masterstudium – „Science-Technology-Society“
    Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Wien
    Masterarbeit: “Emergency Response in Action: Expertise, Imaginaries, and Communication in Nuclear Crisis“
    Abschluss: M.A.
  • 10.2005 – 02.2007 Masterstudium – Fortgeschrittene Computerarchitekturen, Fakultät für Automatisierung und Computertechnik, „Politehnica“ Universität Bukarest
    Masterarbeit: “Modelling the Classification of Heterogeneous Data – A Feasibility Study“
    Abschluss: M.Sc.
  • 10.2000 – 09.2005 Diplomstudium – Datenbanktechnologien und Betriebssysteme, Fakultät für Automatisierung und Computertechnik, „Politehnica“ Universität Bukarest
    Diplomarbeit: “Etude des méthodes de classification par compression“
    Abschluss: Dipl.-Ing.

Berufserfahrung

  • 02.2015 – 04.2018 Senior Softwarearchitekt, Corporate Technology - Siemens AG Österreich, Wien
  • 10.2014 – 02.2015 Data Scientist, EBCONT Enterprise Technologies, Wien
  • 04.2014 – 10.2014 Softwarearchitekt, KE-Technologie GmbH, Stuttgart
  • 02.2012 – 04.2014 Projektmanager, TTTech Computertechnik AG, Wien
  • 10.2007 – 02.2012 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Institut für Kernenergetik und Energiesysteme, Universität Stuttgart
  • 02.2006 – 10.2007 Softwareingenieur, TTTech Development Romania SRL, Bukarest