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Franziska Klügl

Title: Professor School/office: School of Science and Technology


Phone: +46 19 303925

Room: T2231

Franziska Klügl

About Franziska Klügl

Franziska Klügl is Professor in Information Technology. Her main research interests are related to languages, processes and tools for multi-agent systems, in particular when applied to simulation modeling.

Despite of their increasing popularity, agent-based simulation models still suffer from lacking formal basis, clear development processes and only limited ways to connect simulation to empirical data for validation. My vision is to develop the approaches to agent-based simulation modelling so that domain experts without formal training in computer science can produce and use reliable, credible and valid models. This involves research in many areas such as software engineering for simulation, machine learning, human-agent interaction, distributed systems... One of the results of the research in Franziska's group is SeSAm - a visual programming tool for agent-based simulation that allows rapid prototyping as well as convenient development of complex agent-based simulation models. Unfortunately, the server has been shutdown by IT-Support. The code is now available via BitBucket. If you are interested in using SeSAm, send me an email and I will provide a link. A new webpage is under development.

In January 2020, Franziska was appointed Head of Subject Computer Science at Örebro University. She has been elected into the ENT faculty board in January 2019. Until summer 2021, she served as the program responsible for the 3 year "Högskoleingenjör program" in Computer Engineering.

Franziska currently teaches the basic software engineering course in the Högskoleingenjör Computer Engineering Program, the Multiagent Systems course in our Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Master Program and the Agent-based Modeling and Simulation in the 5th year of the Civilingenjörprogram on Industrial Economy. She also developed the MAS course further into a course in the SMART(er) program for working professionals. Franziska also gives PhD courses in areas related to her reseach.

Additionally, Franziska worked as local chair of AAMAS2018, July 10-15th in Stockholm and was be one of the chairs of the German AI Conference 2020 in Bamberg. She was co-organizer of the ATT2020 Workshop on Agents in Traffic and Transportation (and co-editor of the post-proceedings special issue in AI Communications).


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