Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic, Professor

Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic is Professor in Computer Science. She holds PhD degrees in Physics and Computer Science. Her current research is in Natural/Unconventional Computation, Information Science, Theory of Science and Computing and Philosophy. She teaches on graduate and undergraduate level. She published a book Information and Computation Nets in 2009 and three edited volumes: Information, Computation, Cognition with Susan Stuart in 2007, Information and Computation with Mark Burgin in 2011 and Computing Nature with Raffaela Giovagnoli in 2013. She is a scientific committee member of the International Science of Information Institute, member of the editorial board of the World Scientific Series in Information Studies and member of the editorial board of several journals.

Computing paradigms (natural/unconventional computing and social computing)
Applications of info-computational models
Computational aspects of science of information/foundations of information
Computational knowledge generation, computational aspects of intelligence and cognition
Theory of science / philosophy of science
Computing and philosophy (especially info-computationalist approaches) and
Ethics (especially ethics of computing, information ethics, roboethics and engineering ethics).

PhD students supervised as main supervisor:

Markus Wallmyr
Tobias Holstein

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Alberto Hernández Espinosa
Daniel Kade (former)