University of Vienna, Austria; Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences, Krems, Austria
I believe Informatics has the potential to make valuable contributions towards my aim of developing medicine to alleviate the patient afflictions. Therefore once finished my studies in medicine I have started to study informatics. During the study program I became aquainted with many new methods and algorithms. My experience in the medical field helps me to identify current problems and find solution strategies. Many of my research ideas are too complex to be worked on by a single person. In this case I try to compile a team of specialists.
2002 European primary medical qualification, University of Vienna
2012 European specialist medical qualification (anaesthesiology and intensive care medicine)
This project is part of the master’s thesis I am currently writing (in the field of Scientific Computing) at the University of Vienna and I expect to finish the program by Autumn 2018.
Robert Fritze, Anita Graser, Markus Sinnl, Combining spatial information and optimization for locating emergency medical service stations: A case study for Lower Austria, International Journal of Medical Informatics, Volume 111, March 2018, Pages 24-36, see http://www.loweraustriaemsresu...