Markus Jung, Dipl.-Ing.
Markus Jung received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in computer science from the Vienna University of Technology, Austria in 2010. Since 2011, he is with the Institute of Computer Aided Automation where he is working as research assistant and pursuing a PhD. Markus Jung is working on research projects in the area of Smart Grids and Internet of Things and focuses on scalable and secure ICT infrastructures with special interests in service-oriented architectures and cloud computing.
2012/7 to 2012/9 - Visiting researcher Haute Ecole Spécialisée de Suisse Occidentale, Switzerland
2013/7 to 2013/9 - Visiting researcher Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology , Republic of Korea (South Korea)
Markus Jung worked as software developer for the Xion IT Systems AG, as project manager for the Volksbank AG and as software developer for the Santander Consumer Bank (formerly GE Money Bank) and as software architect and product manager for the TeleTrader Software AG. Within his work in the area of IT and software development for the banking and financial sector he passed the certification as Sun Certified Java Programmer and Sun Certified Java Developer, furthermore he passed the stock trader exam for spot market of the Vienna Stock Exchange.
Media and Talks
Forschung für das High-Tech-Heim, Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung , Media Planet, April 2012
4. IBM Smart Talk zum Thema "Smart Grids" , TU Wien, Mai 2012
MAK Design Summit - Digitale Konvergenz - Wie smart sind unsere Technologien von morgen? , Museum für angewandte Kunst, Oktober 2012
Austria Energy Agency, Smarte Dienstleistungen - hochwertige Hardware und intelligente Software, Heim- und Gebäudeautomation im Smart Grid: Potentiale, Barrieren und aktuelle Trends, Mai 2013
EU-Jordan Networking in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Smart Web Grid - An Austrian research project on interoperable data
exchange within smart grids, Vienna, November 2013
Further projects and activities
- Internet of Things Integration Middleware IoTSyS
- Google Summer of Code 2013 mentor for IoTSys (2 students)
National winner team of Accenture Campus Challenge 2007
Development of a business case, functional requirements, technical requirements and a prototype in the field of wireless sensor networks.
Our project: Mobile Health Care Sensor Framework.
Google Summer of Code 2011
since 2009 buddy of the buddynetwork - Vienna University of Technology (supported 6 exchange students
- Vienna University of Technology - high potential programme - TUtheTOP 2011/2012 participant