Ole Lehrmann Madsen

Director of the Alexandra Institute ltd

Ole Lehrmann Madsen is professor of Computer Science at Aarhus University, and director of the Alexandra Institute ltd. The Alexandra Institute is a non-profit organisation (www.alexandra.dk) working with applied research, development and innovation within information technology. The main goal of the Alexandra Institute is to assist private and public companies in developing new innovative products and services based on the most recent it research and technology.

Ole Lehrmann Madsen’s area of research is object-oriented software systems, including programming, modeling, languages, software development environments, software architecture and pervasive computing. He was one of the creators of the BETA programming language and the Mjølner software development environment. He is a co-founder and chairman of the board for Mjølner Informatics ltd., which is based on BETA and the Mjølner project.

Ole Lehrmann Madsen has a PhD in computer science from Aarhus University. He has previously been a research associate at CSLI at Stanford University (1984-85) and senior research associate at Sun Labs in Mountain View, California (1994-95).


23 OKTOBER 2020