Dr.-Ing. Alexander Lorz is a freelance software architecture trainer, IT consultant and developer. As active member of the iSAQB and the Foundation Level Working Group he contributes to the evolution of the foundation curriculum.
Alexander studied computer science at the Dresden University of Technology and worked as a researcher, educator and PhD student at the Heinz-Nixdorf Endowed Chair for Multimedia Technology. During this time he participated in a wide range of academic research and industry-founded projects, e.g. on improving cooperation and job satisfaction in virtual teams and corporations, and on end user-driven composition of applications and user interfaces. In 2010 he received his PhD on the topic of adaptable and adaptive questionnaires for virtual organizations.
After working as research group coordinator, he joined the Dresden-based intecsoft group as a software architect, developer and technical project manager. Projects he contributed to were located in the fields of electromobility, document and transaction processing as well as digitalization of business processes. Since 2016 he has been working as a coach and trainer in software architecture for course participants from various sectors, e.g. automotive suppliers, fintech companies, public authorities, automation technology, telecommunications and IT service providers.