Dr. Frank Maurer is the head of the Agile Software Engineering (ase) group at the University of Calgary. His research interests are
- agile software methodologies
- engineering digital table applications
- executable acceptance test driven development
- integrating agile methods and interaction design
- framework and API usability
- tools for agile teams, specifically for globally distributed software development
More information about his research can be found at the web site of the Agile Software Engineering research group. Currently, the group focuses on agile methods research as well as application engineering for digital surfaces. Our research combines empirical approaches with the development of innovative tools and applications. Recent publications are available at the group's web library web library.
The ase Group closely collaborates with industrial and acedemic partners to ensure the business relevance of the research.
He is a member of the Agile Alliance, a Certified Scrum Master, part of the organizers of the Calgary Agile Methods Users Group and Asscoiate Editor of IEEE Software responsible for the Process and Practices area.
Beside working on research and development, I'm interested in arts, specifically: photography. See Uninspired Design for more.
In September 2011, I was appointed to be Associate Vice-President Research at the University of Calgary.
In Fall 2011, I will be teaching my SENG 615 Agile Software Engineering course.
In September, Chris Burns and Teddy Seyed will start as MSc students in the ASE group. They have been working in our lab as interns for quite some time now. Chris focuses on multi-surface environments while Teddy investigates prototyping of surface applications.
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Associate Vice-President Research
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Dr Frank Maurer, ITCP
University of Calgary
Department of Computer Science
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary, Alberta,T2N 1N4
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Office: ICT Room 550