Bernd G. Wenzel
Since 2003 Bernd G. Wenzel is teaching computer science and information management
at Fachhochschule (University of Applied Sciences) Vorarlberg Vorarlberg, Austria.
His main interest areas cover persistent data technology (databases, data warehouse,
data exchange), software engineering, modelling of information, software, systems,
and engineering IT.
Before that he worked as freelance consultant and held several senior consulting
and management positions at different IT development and consulting firms and spent
3.5 years as member of technical staff at Digital Equipment's Munich-based database
After receiving his dimploma in computer science from Technical University Munich
(TUM) he started his career as researcher at Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) Munich,
a research computer centre belonging to the Bavarian Academy of Sciences.
He has (co-)authored some 90 papers on various aspects of persistent data technology
and software engineering. In addition he has contributed to ISO and OMG standards,
primarily in the domain of product data exchange and sharing, such as ISO 10303:
STEP or OMG's PLMservices.