Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Regina Hebig (Lehrstuhlinhaberin)

Frau Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Regina Hebig

Dr.-Ing. Anke Dittmar (wiss. Mitarbeiterin)

Dr.-Ing. Anke Dittmar

Frau Lisa Schröder (Sekretariat)

Frau Lisa Schröder


Ehemalige Mitarbeiter

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Peter Forbrig (Emeritus)

Prof. em. Dr.-Ing. habil. Peter Forbrig


Prof. Dr. -Ing. habil. Peter Forbrig is a professor emeritus of software engineering at the University of Rostock in Germany. He got his PhD in compiler construction (1980) and his habilitation in software engineering methods (1987). Besides working in industry from 1981 to 1998 he was appointed as a full professor in 1994. His research interests include classical software engineering like UML, design patterns and case tools. Additionally, he is interested in combining task-based development methods with object-oriented ones. His research combines human computer interaction with software engineering. He published several papers on software engineering and HCI. 

Peter Forbrig has been engaged in IFIP activities since 2001 when he organized together with Ahmed Seffah during INTERACT 2001 in Tokyo the workshop “Software and Usability Engineering Cross-Pollination: The First Step for Integrating Usability into Software Engineering”.  From 2007 till 2013 Peter was chair of IFIP TC 13.2 (Human-Centered Systems Design) and established the IFIP working conference on Human-Centered Software Engineering (HCSE).  For several years Peter Forbrig has been active in WG. 13.2, 13.4, and as PC member of INTERACT. Currently, he is expert member of IFIP TC 13. He received the IFIP Silver Core Award in 2013 and the IFIP TC13 Pioneer Award in 2021.

Peter Forbrig was visiting professor at the University of Cottbus (Germany, 1993), University of Linz (Austria, 1997), University of Potchefstroom (South Africa, 2000), Concordia University Montreal (Canada, 2003) and Paul Sabatier University Toulouse (France, 2013).

Currently, he is contracted research based at the University of Rostock and focuses on the project E-BRAiN (Evidence-Based Robot Assistance in Neurorehabilitation) where the use of humanoid robots like Pepper is studied as substitute of therapists.


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