About

Wolf Paulus

Changing the world one life at a time.

I’m Wolf Paulus, an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University. I reside in the beautiful city of Sedona, Arizona, where I continue to innovate and educate in the field of computer science.

My expertise spans across various domains, and I occasionally speak at software developer conferences, covering topics such as Physical Computing and Emotional Prosody.

Professional Background

Before joining academia, I had an extensive career in the tech industry, including:

  • Intuit: I worked on conversational user interfaces and natural language understanding.
  • Hewlett-Packard: I developed strategies and solutions for a compelling mobile print experience.
  • Motorola: I contributed to the development of their Android platform.

International Experience

I’ve had the privilege to work in various locations around the world, for example:

  • St. Petersburg, Russia: Led a team of engineers to create smart chatbots.
  • Frankfurt, Germany: Directed Deutsche Bank’s development of an electronic banking and security trading application.
  • Lyon, France: Oversaw software component development contracted from Aten Development.
  • Porto Alegre, Brazil: Collaborated closely with HP’s mobile development team.

Education

  • Master’s Degree in Computer Science: University of Paderborn, Germany, renowned for its high-ranking computer science program.
  • Specialized Certificate in Embedded Computer Software: University of California, San Diego.