Ingo Wegener

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Ingo Wegener (* December 4, 1950 in Bremen; † November 26, 2008 in Bielefeld) was an influential German computer scientist working in the field of theoretical computer science.[1][2][3]

Awards and honors[edit]

He was elected as a fellow of the German society for computer science, the Gesellschaft für Informatik, in 2004.[4] For his merits on teaching and research in the field of theoretical computer science, he earned in 2006 the Konrad Zuse Medal from the Gesellschaft für Informatik.


  1. ^ European Association for Theoretical Computer Science: In memoriam of Prof. Dr. Ingo Wegener, 1950—2008
  2. ^ Lance Fortnow: Ingo Wegener (1950-2008), the computational complexity weblog, December 9, 2008.
  3. ^ Thomas Jansen, Melanie Schmidt, Dirk Sudholt, Carsten Witt, Christine Zarges: In Memoriam: Ingo Wegener. Evolutionary Computation 17(1):1–2 Spring 2009.
  4. ^ GI-Fellow citation, retrieved 2012-03-09.