Monika C. E. Lundell, Ph. D., M. Sc. 

1015 Lausanne

Phone: +41-21-693 2681
Fax: +41-21-693 6610
Room: INN 138

Monika Lundell is a scientist at the School of Computing and Communication Sciences of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne. She is affiliated with the Systemic Modelling Laboratory of the Institute for Core Computing Sciences. She holds a Ph. D. in Computer Science from EPFL and an M. Sc. in Computer Science from Linköping Institute of Technology, Sweden. She has held a position as a research scientist at the research centre of Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) in Baden, Switzerland.

Teaching and pedagogical activities have long been of special concern and interest to her. She has been a lecturer for several years and currently teaches a full-year course on object-oriented programming in Java to a large number of students in Communication Systems. Information on current activities in this course is available here: She is responsible for international student exchanges in Computer Science and Communication Systems at EPFL and represents the faculty in the CLUSTER consortium. Information for exchange students is available here: She is involved in several committees at faculty and university level: Her Ph.D. thesis on qualitative modelling and simulation of spatially distributed parameter systems is described in detail here: Her most recent research interests lie in the fields of knowledge representation and automated reasoning: People who want to know more about her background can consult her CV: When she is not busy working, Monika Lundell can be found dreaming about going to the following places: The best time for visiting the above-mentioned places is in June. A poem in a strange language explains why: If there is any time for sports, she enjoys finding her way out of forests: She lives up to her motto "Life is too short for sore feet" by choosing comfortable shoes: Her favourite animal: