I am a professor of software engineering at the School of Computing at BTH, which I joined in fall 2010. Before that, I was a professor of computer science at Umeå University, Sweden.
My PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) is from Aachen University of Technology (RWTH), Germany, where I graduated with a thesis in Programming-in-the-Large (Languages, Tools, and Reuse) in 1993.
I am a member of the Software Engineering Research Lab (SERL) at BTH, which is headed by Claes Wohlin. My main research interests are in requirements engineering, object-oriented methods, software process improvement, software product lines, software measurement, software comprehension and computer science education.
I am Information Co-Director of ACM's Transaction on Computing Education and a member of the editorial board of Informatica Didactica. Furthermore, I am a co-founder of the Scandinavian Pedagogy of Programming Network (SPoP) and a senior member of the Swedish Requirements Engineering Network (SiREN).
Open PhD positions: We have an opening for a PhD student in Software Engineering with application deadline Oct 17, 2011. Please find all details here (Swedish on top, English below). Do not send any applications to me directly, they will be discarded. This position is filled!