Martin Ebner is currently head of the department social learning of computer and information services at Graz University of Technology. He is responsible for all e- Learning activities of the university. His research focuses strongly on the use of Web 2.0 technologies for teaching and learning purposes as well as information systems in generel. Martin has taught a number of lectures and seminars around the topic of e-Learning and the use of computers in educational settings. He wrote not only an amount of international publications and gave a number of presentations about the topic e-Learning and Web 2.0, he is also member of different national and international research groups and scientific boards. Martin is one of the biggest EduBlogger in the German speaking area and conducts the e-Learning Blog (

Imed Hammouda Imed Hammouda received his Ph.D. in Software Engineering from Tampere University of Technology (TUT) in 2005. He is currently an adjunct professor at TUT where he is heading the international masters program.htmlme at the Department of Software Systems. Dr. Hammouda's research areas include software architectures, variability management, social software, and open source software development. His publication record includes authorship of about 30 peer-reviewed research articles. He has been an organizer of and acted as a PC member for several events related to the theme of this workshop.

Hans-Jörg Happel is a researcher at the FZI Research Center for Information Technologies at the University of Karlsruhe (TH). He is involved in several projects dealing with knowledge management in engineering domains, esp. software engineering. Hans-Jörg has an interdisciplinary background in Information Systems, Software Engineering and Organizational Theory. His research interests are in the intersection of software engineering, knowledge management, information retrieval, social software and and semantic technologies. Hans-Jörg served as a reviewer, organizer and moderator for several scientific and industry related events in these areas.

Walid Maalej is a researcher at the Chair of Applied Software Engineering, Technische Universität München (TUM). His interests include agile, context-aware working environments, knowledge sharing and human aspects in software engineering. Walid has several publications on these topics. In the EU-funded project TEAM, he is leading the knowledge contextualization and personalization team. He also served as reviewer and co-organized several scientific and industrial workshops (such as MaRK serie, SofTEAM, Eclipse DemoCamps) and conferences (such as SE, OOPSLA Onward! and IEEE RE).

Wolfgang Reinhardt is a researcher and doctoral student in the chair of Didactics of Informatics at the University of Paderborn. His interests include didactical aspects of software development and the enhancement of transparency and awareness in the software development process. Therefore he focusses on ways to sustain communication and knowledge sharing in development teams and across project borders.

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