Sebastian Werner studied and received his doctorate in Computer Science at TU Berlin. Since 2017 he has been at the Information Systems Engineering chair. Currently, he works as a postdoctoral researcher in teaching, e.g., Cloud-Native Architecture & Engineering and as a leader in the Horizon Europe project TEADAL.
In the past, Sebastian has also worked on other research projects. Among them was the EU project DITAS, where he researched managing and monitoring data flows in the Fog /Edge continuum. In 2020, he also won the Software Campus project SMILE, funded by BMBF, which focused on migrating data processing analytics platforms to serverless and the experimental measurement and extension of cloud-based applications and platforms.
Through his research, long-term project work, and teaching activities, he has developed deep expertise in serverless cloud computing and the design of distributed cloud-based applications. Sebastian defended his doctoral thesis in April 2023 on serverless data processing: application platform (co-) design. Now he focuses on sustainability, maintainability, and trustworthiness in platform-based cloud applications. He is passionate about the challenges of the next generation of cloud computing.