Dr. Bernd Owsnicki Klewe
- Position: Lecturer
- Department: Computer Science
- Office Location: Building 4, Room 435
- Campus: 850.474.3065
Dr. Bernd Owsnicki-Klewe, a Lecturer, has written in-depth books about algorithms, data structures and artificial intelligence. He joined UWF in 2005 after 14 years at the University of Hamburg, Germany, where he was a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Before becoming a teacher, Owsnicki-Klewe led a team of researchers for several years at Philips Research Laboratory in Hamburg.
His research interests are Object Orientation, Semantic Web and Ubiquitous Computing. Owsnicki-Klewe (who calls himself “Doc OK”) received both a Ph.D. in Computer Science and a Diploma in Computer Science from the University of Hamburg. His work has been published in Informatik Spectrum, AI Magazine and other refereed journals and proceedings. Among the courses he teaches: Discrete Structures, Web Design for E-Commerce, Web Server Administration and Theory of Computation.
Degrees & Institutions:
Ph.D. Computer Science, Univeristy of Hamburg
Diploma Computer Science, University of Hamburg
His research interests are Object Orientation, Semantic Web, Ontologies and Ubiquitous Computing.
- Discrete Structures
- Operations Research
- Java (Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced)
- Web Design for E-Commerce
- Web Server Administration
- Web Page Design
- Theory of Computation
- Distributed Software Architecture
- Capstone Project
Data Analytics, R and Python.
His work has been published in Informatik Spectrum, AI Magazine and other refereed journals and proceedings.
Keywords: algorithms, data structures, artificial intelligence, integrating cognitive systems, object orientation, semantic web, ubiquitous computing