Andreas P. Schmidt
Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences
Andreas P. Schmidt is professor for enterprise social media and mobile business at Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences since March 2012 and has co-founded the Institute for Learning and Innovation in Networks. Before that, he was working at FZI Research Center for Information Technologies, a technology transfer center at KIT with a specific focus on regional SMEs, as a department manager for the knowledge area "Knowledge & Learning" and lecturer at the faculty of computer science at KIT for information integration. He has received his PhD on context-aware support for work-integrated learning from University of Karlsruhe. He has significantly contributed to various European projects over the last ten years. He has been Scientific Coordinator for the FP7 Integrating Project MATURE and was the initiator and key researcher on the knowledge maturing model and has also initiated the open source solution for lightweight competence management based on people tagging (SOBOLEO), and work package leader in the FP7 project MIRROR. He is now work package leader in the FP7 project LAYERS. His research interests include evolutionary perspectives to collaborative knowledge development and modelling, lightweight semantics, and supporting informal learning at the workplace.
He is the Scientific Coordinator of EmployID and manages the work package that is responsible for creating an overall shared conceptual model for identity transformation and its support.