A History of Teaching and Curriculum Development

1969 - present

Life-long effort in developing various teaching aids for classes thought since the start of the professional career. Lecturing at many conferences and institutes.

 

1969 - 1974

ITC-Holland courses in English and French leading to the degrees of B.Sc. and M.Sc. concerning numerous subjects in the areas of photogrammetry, adjustment computation, digital elevantion modeling (DEMs), project planning and remote sensing.

 

1972

Organizing and lecturing at various international courses, beginning in 1972 with an intensive six-week course in the Spanish language on radar mapping, held in Bogota, Colombia. Cooperation in various international seminars on photogrammetry and remote sensing in Enschede, Bogota, Kuala Lumpur, Nairobi, Bandung.

 

1976 - 1984

Graz University of Technology normal professorial teaching duties in photogrammetry.

 

1980 - present

Supervision of doctoral students on their way to earn a post-graduate degree (Ph.D.).

 

1992 - present

Buildup of an academic team [Institute] for computer vision and computer graphics within the then-established programs for "Applied Mathematics" and of "Telematics" at Graz University of Technology and later including "Software Development and Management" and "Computer Science". Normal professorial teaching duties on all aspects of the field.

 

1999 - 2005

Chairmanship of the relevant committee [Studienkommission] on "Telematics" at Graz University of Technology and conversion of a monolithic 5-year study program for "Telematics" into a 3-year Bachelor program with subsequent 2-year Master specialization.

 

2000 - 2005

Chairmanship of the relevant committee [Studienkommission] for the creation of a new study program at Graz University of Technology "Software Development and Management" with 200 starting students in 2002.

 

2006 – 2008

"Evangelist" of the Microsoft Virtual Earth initiative with conference keynotes and conference presentations across the globe.

 

Table of current teaching activities at Graz University of Technology