гл. ас. д-р Валентина Иванова
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empirica subcontractor on European Commission e-Leadership Initiative
LEAD - e-Leadership Skills: for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Since June 2014
• Participate as an expert in the research on e-Leadership skills for SMEs in Europe in partnership with Henley Business School, IE Business School, and Aarhus University
New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria - Lecturer Since October 2012
SEI Personal Software Process Training Courses
• M.Sc. program “IT Project Management”
The PSP Training Courses include: Personal Software Process Fundamentals, Personal Software Process Advanced, and Leading a Development Team
Software engineers learn the principles, concepts, and benefits of the PSP, a process-based approach for developing software.First-line managers or team leaders learn how to manage projects quantitatively in order to complete projects on schedule, within budget, and with all requirements met. The course covers the knowledge and skills leaders need to effectively lead and coach development teams.
New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria - Lecturer February 2011
“Business Management Systems”
• M.Sc. program “IT Project Management” – first year, second semester
The course “Systems for Managing Business” builds knowledge and understanding about information systems for managing business processes in the fields of strategic planning, decision support and resource and people management. The students are introduced to basic concepts of business analysis and business decision making.
In details are studied: Enterprise resource planning systems (ERP), Supply chain management systems (SCM), Customer relationship management (CRM) systems and project management tools.
Practice: Students develop a detailed specification of an information system for managing a business.
New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria - Lecturer Since February 2011
“C++ Programming”/”Object-oriented programing”/”Data Structures”
• B.Sc. program “Informatics” – first year, first/second semester
The courses build knowledge and skills on C++ as a programming language and introduce basic principles of object-oriented programming and implementation of data structures
Students learn about: classes, objects, inheritance, virtual base classes, virtual methods, operator overloading, template classes, exceptions and input/output.
New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria - Visiting lecturer Since October 2010
“Managing Software Projects”
• B.Sc. programs – forth year, seventh/eight semester
The course “Implementing Software Projects” builds understanding of some basic concepts, tools and techniques, and good practices for managing and implementing software projects in team environment.
Students implement a software project starting from a concept and finishing with the delivery of a product and closing of the project. During the process students gain knowledge and understanding about the project life-cycle; practice using basic management tools and techniques; learn how to collect customer requirements and create a project charter; develop skills in creating project plans and managing resources; monitor and control project execution; learn about earned value management methods; deploy the product of the project; learn to close the project and summarize the lessons learned.
Blue Edge Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Stock screener – Project Leader and Senior Developer April 2008 – April 2010
* maternity leave April 2007 – April 2008
Blue Edge Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Online games – Senior Developer June 2006 – April 2007
• As part of Online games team developed server side game logic and game UI and implemented unit tests – C++, C++ game user interface API, CUnit
Seeburger Informatik, Sofia, Bulgaria
R&D Group Leader and Senior Developer September 2004 - June 2006
• As part of RFID Workbench team created the project break down structure of the delegated parts and schedule of the implementation; managed, monitored and controlled project execution, ensured common understanding of the project goals and tasks in the team, ensured quality and customer satisfaction. My work included:
o Import (Node/Item) Tool – UI for importing information into RFID modules – MS Excel, Java
• SecurityUtils Module – Certificate and certificate chain download, validation tool – LDAP, CRL, OCSP, Java, multithreaded programming, security.
* maternity leave July 2003 – September 2004
Seeburger Informatik, Sofia, Bulgaria
Fax2XML Senior Developer, Team Leader and Project Manager December 1999 – July 2003
• In the Fax2XML project I was responsible for turning an idea into a product. Under the supervision of the Product Manager in Germany I researched the existing solutions, defined the project scope and deliverables. The project quality, scope and cost, breaking the scope into knowledge specific parts, evaluating team performance and project progress against the plans and assisting the team to fulfil customer expectations were part of my responsibilities. The project included:
o Implementing applications: OCR, letter linking tool, spellchecker with estimation of the closest match, extractor of structured data from documents, stemmer, and UI generator – C++, XML and XSLT.
o Deployment and productive installation in: ConMetall – Germany, 2001, Wuppermann Datenservice – Germany, 2002, Dunlop Call Center – Germany, 2002, Merckle – Germany, 2003, Corporate Express – Nederland, 2003.
• The project was part of a scientific research on generalized nets and automated paper processing and was presented as part of my Ph.D. thesis in “Artificial Intelligence” in Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria.
Seeburger AG, Bretten, Germany
Internship September - December 1999
• Fax2XML – Workflow integration. Main goal of the internship was to understand the key Seeburger’s products and the way they correlate to each other, getting know-how for technical background of the software - data containers, workflows, ports and workflow design as well as understanding the corporate culture including best practices, project and coding standards and code reviews. I got acquainted with the colleagues in all groups – Workflow (BIS), Converter (BIC) and Data transfer. The workflow integration was implemented in C++.
Seeburger Informatik, Sofia, Bulgaria
Software Developer March – September 1999
• Fax2XML - Proof of concept - research, implementation and testing of software for reading trade documents. This prototype became part of my Master’s thesis in “Computer Science and Management” faculty of Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria.
• Fax2XML included:
o Optical character recognition module for processing high optical quality printed text – C++
o Module for retrieving structured data from trade documents using predefined templates – C++
o Simple graphical user interface tool for creating templates – C++ and MFC
Index Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Public Procurement July 1998 – February 1999
• Responsible for preparing documentation for public procurement bids.
“ARIAL” - Private Language School, Sofia, Bulgaria
English Language Teacher September 1997 - June 1998
• English Language Lessons for children from 1st to 5th class – from beginners to advanced learners
October 2016 – May 2018 Executive MBA, Major - Financial Management, University of Sheffield (City Collage), United Kingdom
10 November – 07 December 2014 Cosmopolitan Communication, Connecting Across Diplomats, Business Leaders and Civil Society Actors, Programme “Multilateral Diplomacy”, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), e-Learning
17 June – 14 July 2013 Overcoming Negotiation Deadlocks, Programme “Multilateral Diplomacy”, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), e-Learning
10-11January 2014 Disciplined Agile/Scrum in the Real World - ESI Center Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
9 December 2011 Services Supplement for CMMI for Development - as part of SEMP, ESI Center Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
13-17 July 2011 TSP Coach Training – as part of SEMP, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA, USA
30 June 2011 Authorized to conduct SEI Personal Software Process Training Courses
16-20 May 2011 Instructor Training for Personal Software Process – as part of SEMP, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA, USA
4-8 April 2011 Personal Software Process Advanced – as part of SEMP, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA, USA
7-11 March 2011 Personal Software Process Fundamentals – as part of SEMP, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA, USA
21-23 October 2010 Leading a Development Team – as part of SEMP, trainer Phil Miller, ESI Center Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
16-18 September 2010 Introduction to CMMI – as part of SEMP, trainer Kiril Karaatanassov, ESI Center Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
1 September 2010 PMP® number 1355859
April 2009 Project Management Professional Certification Training - “PMP training” New Horizons – certified Project Management Institute partner, Sofia, Bulgaria, Certification exam – 20.07.2010
27-28 Mar 2009 Sales: Managing & Leading Sales Teams (Advanced Skills) – trainer Ian Smith, New Horizons, Sofia, Bulgaria
2000 to 2003 Ph. D in Artificial Intelligence – “Methods for Generating Generalized Nets Models. GN Nets Models of Systems with Artificial Intelligence”
Technical University and Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria
1994 to 1999 Master’s Degree in Computer Science – “Programming Systems”
Computer Systems and Control, Technical University, Sofia, Bulgaria
1989 to 1994 First English Language School – High School, Sofia, Bulgaria
Ph. D. thesis “Methods for Generating Generalized Nets Models. GN Nets Models of Systems with Artificial Intelligence”, code 02.21.05 – “System with Artificial Intelligence”, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgarian Academy of Science, 2003
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10. Ivanova V., E-Leadership Needs Of SMEs In Bulgaria, The 11th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science, 4–7 June 2015, Boston, MA, USA
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12. Sharkov G., Asenova P., Ivanova V., Gueorguiev I., Varbanov P., Evaluation of ICT Curricula Using European e-Competence Framework, The 10th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science, July 04-07, 2014, Albena, Bulgaria
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14. Ivanova V., Leading a Development Team Pilot for IT Project Management Master's Degree Students, TSP Symposium, 18-20 September 2012, St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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