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Marian Daun is a researcher at paluno - the Ruhr Institute for Software Technology, University of Duisburg-Essen. His main research interests are in the area of model-based software engineering, empirical software engineering and software engineering education and training. In various national and international publicly funded projects as well as in industry corporations, he works on model-based engineering techniques to foster the structured development of embedded and cyber-physical systems. Research in model-based software engineering deals with the use of conceptual models in requirements engineering and architectural design, particularly, considering aspects of model validation. His interests in empirical software engineering lies with conducting controlled experiments and systematic literature works to gain new insights in the potential for model use, but also with fundamental questions on how to improve current practices in empirical software engineering. For software engineering education and training Marian Daun is determined to improve the teaching of model-based software engineering in industrial training as well as in university education. As an educator at the University of Duisburg-Essen he regularly teaches requirements engineering with particular interest in the use of conceptual models at the Bachelor and the Master level. Furthermore, he supervises theses, project groups, and independent studies concerned with aspects of model-based software engineering. He has acted as organizer, programme committee member and reviewer for international scientific conferences, workshops and journals.