Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Debora Weber-Wulff (* 1957), studied Applied Physics and Information Sciences at the University of California, San Diego and Computer Science at the Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel, Germany. She worked as a software engineer for the Norwegian IT company Norsk Data before returning to the University of Kiel for her dissertation work, which she completed in 1996. She moved to Berlin in 1991 and worked at the Free University of Berlin doing teacher training for computer science teachers before accepting the professorship for programming languages and software engineering at the University of Applied Sciences, TFH Berlin, in 1993. There her research included working with the federal flagship project „Virtuelle Fachhochschule“ that was funded by the federal ministry of education and research. She moved to the University of Applied Sciences (HTW Berlin) in 2001, accepting a professorship in Media and Computing. From 2007-2012 she was first associate dean, then dean of the applied business faculty. As a native American, she teaches in English in the international program for media and computing. She has been working in the area of plagiarism since 2002 and continues to work in the areas of eLearning and web applications. She has been active in the GuttenPlag Wiki and VroniPlag Wiki communities, as well as in the Wikipedia using the name ‚WiseWoman‘. She is a member of the German computing society „Gesellschaft für Informatik“ and second speaker of the working group on Ethics and Computing. Her homepage is at http://www.f4.htw-berlin.de/~weberwu/
Katrin Köhler (* 1980), M. Sc., completed her master’s degree in International Media and Computing at the HTW Berlin in 2012. She is currently working at a Berlin-based social media company.
Christopher Möller (* 1991), is a student in International Media and Computing at the HTW Berlin. He is currently completing his internship in India.
Fotos are available at: http://plagiat.htw-berlin.de/info-pool