Hausi Müller is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria, Canada. For the past decade, he served as Associate Dean Research for the Faculty of Engineering. With his research group, he collaborates extensively with industry as an international expert in software engineering, adaptive systems, intelligent cyber physical systems, and quantum computing. He published over 250 papers and co-organized many conferences and workshops in these research fields, including Dagstuhl and Shonan Meetings in Germany and Japan on Software Engineering for Self-Adaptive Systems (2010), Engineering Autonomic Systems (2013) and Software Engineering for Cyber Physical Systems (2017). He was the founding Director of UVic’s accredited Bachelor of Software Engineering degree program. Müller is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering. Müller received a BS in electrical engineering from ETH Zürich and MS and PhD degrees in computer science from Rice University. He sings, plays guitar, and enjoys hiking and skiing.

IEEE Division VIII Director Statement

IEEE is uniquely positioned as a global leader in science, technology, and innovation. IEEE must continue to earn the trust of professionals and provide extensive opportunities for professional networking, career development, and life-long learning.

With its societies, committees and chapters, IEEE is an outstanding home for professionals, students, and researchers providing leadership, foresight, influence, and direction in best practices, education, and leading-edge research. IEEE must be agile in its operations to champion technically and financially sound services and alliances. To sustain its excellence, IEEE must focus on its financial future, the quality of its core assets, and the needs of its membership.

With my extensive experience as an IEEE volunteer, and if elected as Division Director representing Computer Society, I would provide valuable guidance for strategies and tactics for effective strategic planning, financial accountability of boards and committees. As an IEEE volunteer, I aim to inspire future generations of engineers and scientists through leadership and contributions in IEEE committees. I am deeply committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) at all IEEE levels.

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2019 IEEE CONVENE in Washington DC

Panel on Successful Conferences Today

2019 IEEE TAB Meetings in Atlanta

Five Computer Society Presidents: Jean-Luc Gaudiot, Roger U. Fujii, Dejan S. Milojicic, Sorel Reisman

2019 IEEE TAB Meetings in Atlanta

Computer Society Delegation Dinner

2019 IEEE TAB Meetings in Atlanta

John Walz, Hausi Müller, Dejan Milojicic, Andy Chen, Sorel Reisman

ICSE 2019 in Montreal, Canada

UVic, UofT and Icesi IoT and Adaptive Systems Project Meeting

2018 IEEE Computer Society Meetings

Executive and Board of Governors

ICSE 2018 in Gothenburg, Sweden

Celebrating 40th Anniversary of ICSE General Chairs and Program Co-Chairs

For ICSE 2001

Recognized as ICSE 2001 General Chair

at ICSE 40th Anniversary Celebration in Gothenburg, Sweden

2017 Computer Society President Recognition Event

Computer Society Song-along

Mt. Fuji Summit

Mt. Fuji, Japan with Dr. Ulrike Stege before 2015 Shonan Meeting on Software Engineering for Adaptive Systems

CSER Semi-Annual Meeting, Markham, Ontario

Canadian Consortium for Software Engineering Research

CASCON 2011 Sing-along

20th Anniversary Celebration of IBM CASCON, Markham, Ontario, Canada

CSER Steering Committee

Kelly Lyons, Marin Litoiu, Hausi Müller

Rigi Research Group at CASCON Showcase

IBM CASCON 2013, Markham, Ontario, Canada

Sunrise at Mt. Douglas

Hiking Mt. Douglas in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

ICSE 2016, Austin Texas

TCSE Service Award

2019 UVic Convocation

Graduate students Priya Angara and Kirti Agarwal

2019 Rigi Research Group

Hiking Mt. Douglas, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

2015 Rigi Research Group

UVic Campus, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

2017 IEEE Computer Society Awards

Enthusiastic IEEE Singers, Phoenix, Arizona

2018 NII Shonan Meeting, Shonan Village, Japan

Shonan Meeting on Modelling and Analysing Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems

2014 Icesi Summer School on Software Engineering

Icesi University, Cali, Colombia