Gunter Mussbacher
Gunter Mussbacher
Associate Professor
William Dawson Scholar
INRIA International Chair

Office: MC 529
phone: +1 514-398-8974

Office Hours (in MC 529):
see announcement
on myCourses or
upon appointment

Research Interests

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Important dates for RE'22 start in January 2022

Important dates for MODELS'21 start in April 2021
Important dates for SAM'21 start in July 2021

Professional Activities

In the fall of 2005, I started my PhD in Computer Science at the University of Ottawa under the supervision of Daniel Amyot. Many years earlier, I studied as an undergraduate at the Technische Universität Graz in Austria, and received a MSc in Computer Science from Simon Fraser University in 1999. In the same year, I taught second year undergraduate courses in software engineering at Simon Fraser University. After spending almost two years in industry as a research engineer with Strategic Technology at Mitel Networks, I flung a backpack on my shoulders and donned the suit of my alter ego, the traveler, for a three-year travel adventure. Upon my return, I worked as a research engineer with Daniel Amyot and Murray Woodside in the six months leading up to my PhD studies. During the second half of my PhD studies, I taught a third year undergraduate course in software requirements analysis at the University of Ottawa. I completed my PhD studies on the Aspect-oriented User Requirements Notation in the fall of 2010. From the beginning of 2011 to mid 2013, I worked as a postdoctoral fellow with Dorina Petriu at Carleton University, Jörg Kienzle at McGill University, and Daniel Amyot at the University of Ottawa. In August 2013, I joined the Department of Electrial and Computer Engineering at McGill University where I now hold the position of associate professor.