Ingo J. Timm


received Diploma degree (1997), PhD (2004), and venia legendi (professoral thesis) (2006) in computer science from University of Bremen. From 1998 to 2006, he has been PhD student, research assistant, visiting and senior researcher, and managing director at University of Bremen, Technical University Ilmenau, and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). In 2006, he was appointed full professor for Information Systems and Simulation at Goethe-University Frankfurt. Since fall 2010, he holds a chair for Business Informatics at Trier University. In 2016 he founded and is now heading the Center for Informatics Research and Technology (CIRT) and its Research Lab on Simulation. He is author, co-author as well as editor of more than 100 scientific publications on simulation, information systems, knowledge-based systems for environmental protection, decision support in medicine, and theories and applications of multi-agent systems, especially in logistics.



last update: February 2017

Articles published on IXD&A: 


An Agent-based Approach for Simulating Transformation Processes of Socio-ecological Systems as Serious Game, N. 31, pp. 98 - 114, abstractdownload