Chaudron studied Computer
After completing his academic
education in 1997, he worked for two years with CMG (now LogicaCMG) in
At the TUE he has initiated a number of research projects. In many of these projects there is close collaborations with industry (o.a. Philips, Nokia, Fagor, Ikerlan, Oce, ASML and several IT companies). Through these projects he aims to develop scientifically sound methods for supporting the making of design-trade-offs in the architecting of complex systems. Chaudron has published about his research in international and professional journals and conferences. He serves on the program committee of conferences in the area of component-based software engineering, software processes and distributed systems.
In Leiden and Eindhoven, Michel has taught a variety of courses (o.a. Programming (Pascal, Java), Algorithms, Information Modelling, Parallel Computing) and has developed courses in the area’s of Distributed Systems, Component-based Software Engineering and Software Architecture for advanced level students. He has also taught courses in Advanced Software Engineering and Software Architecture at the University of Pretoria in South Africa (2003), Universities of Yazd and Kish in Iran (April 2004) and (Feb 2004) on Component-based Software Engineering at Mälardalens högskola, (Västerås, Sweden).
Last updated: Friday, 12 October 2007