At the University Hospital of Würzburg, I teach and research in the field of medical informatics at the Institute for Clinical Epidemiology and Biometry.
My freelance projects have been in various fields and included, for example, work on a commercial information system for various local governments and on an interdisciplinary and multinational research database. Furthermore, I have been involved in the conception and implementation of various web-based software projects.
In the Institute for Databases and Information Systems at Ulm University, I contributed to various projects in the field of digital health and business process management. In addition, I have organized and designed lectures, tutorials and seminars as well as given talks at courses and conferences.
During my studies I held multiple tutorials on software development for the Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages as well as systems programming for the Institute of Distributed Systems at the Ulm University.
The technological revolution is history. Now the focus is on the further development of preventive healthcare with modern, human-centered systems.
Discovering clever combinations of data engineering and data analytics using established technologies and languages.
The Android platform is made up of a wide variety of devices, versions and distributions and has grown into a complex ecosystem. My interest focuses on the development and operation of digital health apps on the Android platform.
Databases, especially relational databases, are technological marvels and constitute the backbone of the Web. With the help of workflow management systems, information flows and processing can be controlled and made traceable.
The web is and always will be of interest to me. From discussions on digital society to the latest technologies and trends.
One of the greatest achievements of free societies is the possibility of informational self-management and self-organization.