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1 Assoc.Prof. Dr.Andreas HOLZINGER PhD, MSc, MPh, BEng, CEng, DipEd, MBCS Current: 06/2012 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. Team builder. Problem solver. Innovation driver. SUMMARY Born 1963, started as an apprentice in IT in While working as an industrial engineer resumed a parallel second chance education and began an academic career in Since 1999 participation in leading positions in 30+ R&D multinational projects with a budget of 3+ MEUR publications, citations, h index = 24, g Index = 56, Visiting Professor in Berlin, Innsbruck, London, Vienna, Aachen. Expert in the European Commission, Lisbon Delegate MOTTO Science is testing ideas Engineering is to put ideas into practice FIELD Computer and Information Science KEYWORDS Informatics, Biomedical Informatics, Knowledge Discovery, Human Computer Interaction, Usability, e Business CONTACT Web: E Mail:

2 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. 1 Executive One Page Biography Visualized Biography in German Personal Data Current Position Educational Qualifications Recent Awards and Honors Employment History Research & Development (RD) Projects Supervised and Co Supervised Students (finished) Habilitations PhD Students Master Students Publications Veröffentlichungen A. In s Zeitschriftenbeiträge B. Original Book Contributions Originäre Beiträge in Sammelbänden C. Edited Books & Issues of s Herausgeberschaften D. Conference Proceedings Originäre Konferenzbeiträge E. Authored Books (Lehrbücher & Monographien) F. Academic Theses (Akademische Arbeiten) G. Other Publications (Andere Veröffentlichungen) TR. Technical Reports (Technische und Projektberichte) Teaching: Lectures, Talks & Presentations L. Autonomous Academic Lectures T. Industrial Seminars and Tutorials P. Presentations at Scientific Conferences K. Invited Lectures & Keynotes Plenarvorträge Professional Activities PC. Conference Comittees AC. Membership of Professional Organizations EX. Expert of Professional Working Groups RV. Selected Reviewer and Editorial Board Activities of 109

3 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. 1 Executive One Page Biography Current Position Head, Research Unit Human Computer Interaction, Institute for Medical Informatics, Statistics & Documentation, Med. Univ. Graz; Assoc. Prof. (Univ. Doz.) of Applied Information Processing, Institute of Information Systems & Computer Media, TU Graz; Chair of the Workgroup Human Computer Interaction & Usability Engineering (HCI&UE) of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG); Austrian Representative in the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP), Technical Committee TC 13 HCI; Lecturer, Institute of Genomics and Bioinformatics, Graz University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering Professional Career Visiting Professor at RWTH Aachen University, Human Technology Center, e Health Department (winter term 11/12); Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Business and Economics, Health Information & Knowledge Management (since 06/07); Visiting Professor at Middlesex University London (UK), School of Computing Science, (summer 07); Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Software Technology & Interactive Systems (winter term 05/06); Visiting Professor at Innsbruck University, Institute for Organization & Learning (winter term 04/05); Visiting Professor of Knowledge Management at the Nations Health Career Center, Berlin, Germany (02 & 03); Educational Apprentice in IT ( ); Background Foreman in Industrial Electronics (83); College of Further Education Bournemouth (UK) with honors in Computer Science (85/86); Chartered Engineer for Communication and IT (CEng, 90); Diploma as Lecturer for Adult Education (DipEd, 92); Electrical Engineering (BEng, 93), Physics & Psychology (MSc, 95) Media Education & Sociology (Fächerkombination) (MPh, 96) Doctoral promotion with summa cum laude with a thesis in the area of Cognitive Science (PhD, 97). Second Doctorate (Habilitation, venia docendi) in Information Processing, Faculty of Computer Science, (Assoc. Prof., 2003). Professional Consultant for the Austrian, German and Dutch Government Activities (selection) National expert in the EC, Lisbon Delegate 2000 eeurope Towards an Knowledge Society for all Industrial Consultant Editorial Board Member of Elsevier Computers & Education, Springer Universal Access in the Information Society, BMC Medical Education, Emerging Technologies in Learning ACM Classification D.Software & H. Information Systems in J.3 Life & Medical Sciences & K.3 Computers & Education ÖSTAT Topics 1108 Computer/Informatik, 1138 Information Systems, 1161 HCI, 1150 Information Design, 1157 Usability, 1925 Knowledge Management, 5838 E Learning 3 of 109

4 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. 2 Visualized Biography in German Jahr Aus und Weiterbildung Ausbildung zum Radio u. Fernsehtechniker (Informationselektroniker) Berufliche Tätigkeit Lehrling (Auszubildender) Privatgewerbe Soldat 1981 Werkmeisterschule Luftfahrzeugmechaniker für Berufstätige 1982 Industrielle Elektronik Funktechniker BOSCH (Abendschule) Aussendienst HTL für Berufstätige 1985 Informationstechnik 1986 (Abendschule) College (UK) College (UK) Laborant für Elektronik Assistent für Elektronik SIEMENS (D) SIEMENS (D) SIEMENS (D) Studium WIFI Trainerausbildung 1990 Nachrichtentechnik (D) SIEMENS 1991 Stu 1992 Lehrbeauftragter Elektronik dium Physik 1993 Psy. Stu (Lehramt) Doktoratsstudium 1996 (Päd.) 1997 dium Medienpäd Soziol. (Dipl) 1998 Multimedia Lehrgänge Technischer Assistent NAWI Fakultät SIEMENS (D) 1999 Projekt manager 2000 Steiermärk. Leiter Krankenanstalten ZMF IT 2001 Arbeitsschwerpunkte Reparatur, Instandsetzung, Wartung und Montage von Baugruppen für die Unterhaltungs und Informationselektronik Wartung, Instandsetzung Luftfahrt Elektronik Reparatur, Wartung, Planung, Entwurf, Montage von Informationselektronik Entwicklung von Computerapplikationen für den Laborund Prüfstandsbetrieb (Assembler 8051 Familie, FORTRAN, BASIC) Entwicklung von Computerprogrammen für Labor, Lehre und Verwaltung (C, FORTRAN, BASIC, dbase, Clipper) In House Industrieseminare IT & Programmiertechnik Unterricht IT & Programmieren Objekt Orientierte Unterricht Software Psychologie/ Entwicklung Netzwerk Physik betreuung e Learning Projektarbeit, Lehre Planung Netzwerk und Computer Infrastruktur, Computer Anwendungen für Lehr und Lernzwecke Projektarbeit, Lehre Meilensteine Berufseinstieg Gesellenbrief (mit Auszeichung) Werkmeister mit Lehrlingsausbilderprüf. (mit Auszeichnung) Reifeprüfung Abitur (mit Auszeichnung) Ing. ( CEng) Diplom (Dip Ed) Erwachsenenbildung 1. Staatsprüfung ( BEng) Mag.rer.nat. ( MSc) (mit Auszeichnung) Mag.phil. ( MPh) (mit Auszeichnung) Dr.phil. ( PhD) (mit summa cum laude) Lissabon Delegierter Europäische Union Aufnahme in den Vorstand OCG 2002 Gast Prof. Berlin Gast Prof. Innsbruck Gast Prof. TU Wien Gast Prof. London Gast Prof. WU Wien Technischer Direktor Virtueller Medizin. Campus VMC Graz Leiter Research Unit HCI4MED Univ. Doz. TU Graz IICM Entwicklung eines großen Lern und Wissensmanagementsystems Forschung im Bereich e Learning und Wissensmanagement Projektarbeit, Lehre Management von Forschung und Entwicklung, Projektarbeit, Lehre Habilitation Angewandte Informatik Gründung und Leitung Arbeitskreis HCI&UE Gründung und Leitung Research Unit HCI4MED IFIP TC13 HCI National Delegate 4 of 109

5 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. 3 Personal Data Date of Birth April 18, 1963 Place of Birth Nationality Family status Hobbies Graz, Austria Austrian (Österreich) Married since 1993, two children Soccer (Fussball), Ballroom Dancing (Tanzen, Standard und Lateinamerikanisch), Karate (Shotokan, 7.Kyu) 4 Current Position 2011 Lecturer Institute of Genomics and Bioinformatics, Graz University of Technoology, Faculty for Electrical and Information Engineering 2007 Head Research Unit Human Computer Interaction at the Institute of Medical Informatics (IMI), Medical University Graz, Classes: LV VO Knowledge Acquisition, Information and Visualization (Lecture) (Wissensgewinnung, Information und Visualisierung) LV SE Knowledge Acquisition, Information and Visualization (Seminar) (Wissensgewinnung, Information und Visualisierung) 2003 Univ. Doz. (Assoc. Prof.) of Applied Information Processing (Angewandte Informatik), assigned (dienstzugeteilt) to the Institute of Information Systems & Computer Media (IICM), Graz University of Technology Classes: refer also to chapter 11 5 Educational Qualifications (In reverse chronological order) 2003 Venia docendi (second doctorate) in Applied Information Processing (Univ. Doz. in angewandter Informatik, Fakultät für Informatik, TU Graz) (Professorial Thesis: Design and Development of a Tailor Made Information System with special emphasis on Human Computer Interaction) 1997 PhD (Dr. phil., University of Graz) in the area of Cognitive Science, Subject: Physics Education, with summa cum laude (Thesis: Development of Problem Solving Behavior: A longitudinal and sectional study in Thermodynamics) 1996 MPh (Mag.phil., Karl Franzens University of Graz) in Media Pedagogy & Sociology, with distinction (Master Thesis: Learning in Computer Assisted Mathematics Education) 1995 MSc (Mag.rer.nat., Karl Franzens University of Graz) in Physics & Psychology (Teacher Education), with distinction (Master Thesis: Energy Saving Potentials in Light and Illumination Technology Technical Didactics); 1993 BEng (1. Staatsprüfung, TU Graz) in Electrical Engineering, branch Communications Engineering (Nachrichten und Informationstechnik); 1992 DipEd (Styrian Chamber of Commerce, WK Steiermark) Diploma as Lecturer for Adult Education (Diplomierter Lehrbeauftragter für Erwachsenbildung); 5 of 109

6 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice CEng ( Ing., Ministry of Commerce, Traffic & Transport). Chartered Engineer for Communications Engineering (Verleihung der Standesbezeichnung Ing. für Nachrichten und Informationstechnik); 1987 Matura (Abitur) at Evening Class, College of Technology for Communication Engineering (Höhere Technische Bundeslehr und Versuchsanstalt (BULME) Graz Gösting, Höhere Abteilung für Nachrichten und Informationstechnik für Berufstätige, Abendschule), passed with distinction; (Final Thesis: Design and Development of an Analog Data Acquisition System with Digital Computation for Biomedical Application); 1986 and 1985 Kings College of Further Education, Bournemouth (UK), with honors in Computers; 1983 Foreman (Werkmeister) in Industrial Electronics and Instructor Examination (Industrielle Elektronik und Lehrlingsausbilderprüfung), passed with distinction (Masterpiece: Design and Development of a TTL Logic Tester); 1981 Final Examination as Radio and Television Technician (Radio und Fernsehtechniker, Gesellenprüfung), passed with distinction (Practical work: Design and Development of a Digital Illumination Detector); Apprenticeship (Lehrling, Auszubildender) to Radio and Television Technician (3 classes of vocational school, Landesberufsschule Eibiswald I für Radio und Fernsehtechniker); passed with distinction; Polytechnic (1 Klasse Polytechnikum Graz Süd), passed with distinction; Secondary School (4 Klassen Hauptschule Graz Wieland, I. Klassenzug); Primary School (4 Klassen Volksschule Graz Brockmann); 6 Recent Awards and Honors 2012 Best Paper Award International Conference on e Business 2012 Invited Keynote, DATA Invited Keynote, International Conference on Human Computer Interaction Best Paper Award International Conference on e Business 2011 Invited Keynote, INTERACT Promoting and supporting healthy living 2010 Industrial Software Grant ( ), Styrian Business Promotion Agency Best Paper Award International Conference on e Business 2010 Invited Keynote, Austria Mobility Summit 2010 Science Ideas Competition Award 2009 Invited Keynote, Educational Simulation, ARGESIM TU Vienna Invited Keynote, e Business Austrian Mobility Summit, Vienna 2008 Invited Keynote, Mobile Business Jahresforum, Business Circle Vienna 2007 Styrian of the Day Invited Keynote, HCI Department, University Udine 2006 Best Presentation Award, IACEE (USA) 6 of 109

7 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. 7 Employment History (In reverse chronological order) 2010/11 (winter semester) 2009/10 (winter semester) 2008/09 (winter semester) 2007/08 (winter semester) 2007 (summer term) 2006/07 (winter semester) 2005/06 (winter semester) 2004/05 (winter semester) Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Business & Commerce (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien WU Wien), Health Information Management, Subject: Hospital Information Systems, Information and Knowledgemanagement in Health Care (Informationssysteme, Informationsund Wissensmanagement im Gesundheitswesen); Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Business & Commerce (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien WU Wien), Health Information Management, Subject: Hospital Information Systems, Information and Knowledgemanagement in Health Care (Informationssysteme, Informationsund Wissensmanagement im Gesundheitswesen); Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Business & Commerce (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien WU Wien), Health Information Management, Subject: Hospital Information Systems, Information and Knowledgemanagement in Health Care (Informationssysteme, Informationsund Wissensmanagement im Gesundheitswesen); Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Business & Commerce (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien WU Wien), Health Information Management, Subject: Hospital Information Systems, Information and Knowledgemanagement in Health Care (Informationssysteme, Informationsund Wissensmanagement im Gesundheitswesen); Visiting Professor at Middlesex University London, School of Computing Science, Course taught: Ego Centric versus User Centric Design Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Business & Commerce (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien WU Wien), Health Information Management, Subject: Hospital Information Systems, Information and Knowledgemanagement in Health Care (Informationssysteme, Informationsund Wissensmanagement im Gesundheitswesen); Visiting Professor at Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Software Engineering and Interactive Systems (IFS); Course taught: LV KU (Medieninformatik 2, X Media Design and Development, LO Entwicklung); Visiting Professor at Innsbruck University, Institute of Organization and Learning (IOL), LV VO (Knowledge Management and HCI in e Learning); Technical Director VMC Graz (Virtual Medical Campus Graz); direct responsibility for the design and development of an Information System for a target population of 4500 students and 600 teachers at the Medical University Graz (MUG); research in the area of Information Systems 2002/03 Visiting Professor at Nations Healthcareer School of Management,Berlin, Germany, Classes taught: Postgraduate: Information and Knowledge Management in Health Care 7 of 109

8 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice Head of ZMF IT planning group (Leiter der IT Planung für das Zentrum Medizinische Forschung) der Steiermärkischen Krankenanstalten Gesellschaft (KAGes); direct responsibility for the planning of the network and computing infrastructure (600 workplaces) for the Reseach Center Projectmanager of the Styrian Hospital Inc. (Steiermärkische Krankenanstaltengesellschaft) at Graz University Hospital; Managing large scale projects in the area of Enterprise Hospital Information Systems Lecturer at the Institute for Information Processing and Computer Supported New Media (IICM, Head: Professor Dr.phil.Dr.h.c.mult. Hermann MAURER), for details on the subjects see section 7) 1995/96 In Service Teacher (Unterrichtspraktisches Jahr) in Psychology (Abendgymnasium Graz) and Physics (Bundesrealgymnasium Graz Körösi) Technical Assistant (half time employment due to research stays abroad and parallel studies) at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Graz University); direct responsibility for the design and development of software for the application in Earth Sciences; responsibility for and maintenance of the computer network infrastructure, work in the area of Multimedia Information Systems (MIS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS); development of Java applications (Visiting stays at SIEMENS in Munich); 1991/92 Professional Teacher (Diplomierter Lehrbeauftragter) in Adult Education for industrial seminars at the Styrian Chamber of Commerce (Wirtschaftskammer Steiermark) in Electronics and Computer Science; Programming in C, FORTRAN and BASIC; industrial consultant for computer applications; Assistant Lecturer (Assistent) at the Electronics Department of College of Technology Graz (Höhere technische Bundeslehr und Versuchsanstalt Graz Gösting BULME); Design and Development of Computer Applications (hardware and software) for research, teaching and organizational purposes (e.g. development of administration software for a population of 2500 students); computer programming in C, FORTRAN and BASIC; Laboratory Assistant (Laborant) at the Electronics Laboratory of College of Technology Graz (Höhere technische Bundeslehr und Versuchsanstalt Graz Gösting); Design and development of computer applications (both hardware and software) for experimental purposes, computer programming mainly in Assembler, FORTRAN and BASIC; (employed part time between 1985/86 due to study periods abroad, Visiting stay at SIEMENS Munich, Germany); Radio Engineer in fieldwork at BOSCH telecommunications (full time employed); Maintenance, servicing and repair of telecommunication and IT; 1982 Military Service as aircraft technician at the Austrian Air Force, Electronic Department at Nittner Airbase Thalerhof (last rank: Airman Lance Corporal); Radio and Television Technician (full time) in private industry; Maintenance, servicing and repair of consumer electronics, construction of Radio and Television antennas. 8 of 109

9 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. 8 Research & Development (RD) Projects RD 31. ivispro Intelligent Visualization of complex processes and critical pathways in safety critical systems Area Keywords Abstract Role Informatics Period Funding Complexity, data visualization, process, user centered, usability engineering, safety critical systems, industrial design Controlling systems used at power plants offer a graphical visualization of the physical parts of the site but they rarely provide a sufficient visualization of the complex signal data. Depending on the size and complexity of the facility it can have 1 000, or more measuring points. Each of them continuously sends data value updates to the controlling system (once in 20 ms or less often). This huge load of data can be analyzed only if appropriately visualized. The aim is to reduce the visual complexity of user interfaces and make them accessible to the end user. This project follows the hypothesis that a user centered design structure helps to deal with complexity without excessive training. Chief Scientist, Project Leader Industrial Cooperation, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) Consortium Technikgruppe TG RWTH Aachen University RD 30. emendusus Complexity Reduction in Intelligent Information Systems Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Mobile Computing Complexity, Simplicity, Usability, Adaptivity, Performance, Model View Controller (MVC), smart adaptation, E Business In a business world of increasing data and information, stressful environments and less time for decisions, future interaction with complex software must be intuitive, simple, efficient and natural. The aim of this project is the abstraction of the complexity of an information systems framework in order to provide the end user with not only a simple to use but also an efficient and powerful solution, which is platform independent, web based (no Flash, no Silverlight etc.), usable also on modern devices including ipad. The concept of use follows the dual abstraction of mouse/keyboard and touch/display interaction. The navigation is context dependent and not menu based, action driven and not object driven. The focus is on adaptivity, adaptation, personalization and profiling. 9 of 109

10 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. Role Period Funding Chief Scientist, Project Leader Industrial Cooperation, Styrian Business Promotion Agency (SFG) Consortium Boom Software Synergis Information Systems RD 29. SIXMI Semantic Information Extraction from Information Systems Area Keywords Abstract Role Period Funding Consortium ID Berlin Informatics > Medical Informatics > Knowledge Discovery > Data Mining Vector Space Model, Latent Semantic Analysis, Latent Dirichlet Allocation Patient information in standard business enterprise hospital information systems mostly consists of text data. This text aka "free text" is not unstructured, but often weakly structured. Consequently, Information retrieval systems that concentrate on these text types have to deal with various different challenges. This project deals with technological issues on how to improve the performance quality in the real world. Different methods are evaluated and compared with respect to its appliance in the daily use in the hospital. Chief Scientist, Scientific Project Leader Industrial Cooperation RD 28. REACTION Remote Accessibility to Diabetes Management and Therapy in Operational Healthcare Networks Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Medical Informatics > Clinical Information System > Knowledge discovery Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Decision Support, Mobile Computing The aim of the REACTION project is to develop an integrated ICT platform that supports improved long term management of diabetes based on wearable, continuous blood glucose monitoring sensors and automated closed loop delivery of insulin. The REACTION platform will present an interoperable peer to peer communication platform based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) using cloud enabling midddleware. It will feature a Model Driven Application Development environment based on extensive use of dynamic ontologies. The REACTION platform will provide integrated, professional, management and therapy services to diabetes patients in 10 of 109

11 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. Role Period Funding different healthcare regimes across Europe, including 1) professional decision support for in hospital environments, 2) safety monitoring for dosage and compliance, 3) long term management of outpatients in clinical schemes, 4) care of acute diabetic conditions and 5) support for self management and lifestyle changes for diabetic patients. The Research focus areas span such diverse areas as software and ICT technologies, sensor technology, endocrinology and clinical research and research ethical and legal affairs. Data management, analysis and correlation of multi parametric data using semantic annotation, context awareness, and distributed decision support; Integration of devices and interoperability using loosely coupled devices with reflective properties; Service orchestration with workflow management, alarm and crisis management; Network architecture for seamless semantic interoperability of applications and services. Local Project Partner, Scientific Supervisor European Commission, 7th Framework Programme, Personal Health Systems, Grant Consortium Atos Origin, CNet Svenska AB, DELTA, IMM, Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH), Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology (SIT), FORTHNET S.A., In JeT ApS, Applied Logic Laboratory (ALL), MSG, Joanneum Research, Chorleywood Health Centre, Brunel University, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Solianis Holding AG RD 27. ihand Improving Handwriting Algorithms on Mobile Devices Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Mobile Computing > Knowledge Discovery Mobile Computing, Algorithm, Modelling, Entropy Streamlining data acquisition in mobile health care in order to increase accuracy and efficiency can only benefit the patient. The company FERK Systems has been providing health care information systems for various German medical services for many years. The design and development of a compatible frontend system for handwriting recognition, particularly for use in ambulances was clearly needed. While handwriting recognition has been a classical topic of computer science for many years, many problems still need to be solved. In this paper, we report on the study and resulting improvements achieved by the adaptation of an existing handwriting algorithm, based on experiences made during medical rescue missions. By improving accuracy and error correction the performance of an available handwriting recognition algorithm was increased. However, the end user studies showed that the virtual keyboard is still the overall preferred method compared to handwriting, especially 11 of 109

12 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. Role among participants with a computer usage of more than 30 hours a week. This is possibly due to the wide availability of the QUERTY/QUERTZ keyboard. Chief Scientist Period Funding Industrial Cooperation, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) Consortium Institute of Software Technology (IST), Austria Softnet Austria Ferk Systems, Austria University of Maribor, Faculty of Computer Science, Slovenia RD 26. EMERGE Emergency Monitoring and Prevention Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Medical Informatics > Knowledge Discovery Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Improving the quality of life of elderly people is an emerging issue within our information society for both research and development. Demographical changes in Europe lead us to expect that the percentage of older people within the population will continue to increase in the future. New Technologies, including ambient intelligence technologies, awaken the hope of ubiquitous support in daily life. Most of all, there is a necessity to protect the elderly from emergency situations where possible and to provide rapid assistance when this is not possible. Basically, the use of technology is not always easy, however, elderly people are confronted with a number of additional problems due to its complexity. Further problems are often caused by physical and/or cognitive impairment. Distrust, fear, anxiety and consequently frequent rejection of technology must be taken into consideration. A currently acute issue is that of delayed calls to emergency medical services, which can lead to increased hospitalization and the necessity for elderly people to move into nursing homes, consequently unnecessarily decreasing their quality of life and also involving considerable expenditure. These challenges are addressed in the EMERGE (EMERGEncy Monitoring and Prevention) project. The approach is to use ambient and unobtrusive sensors to monitor activity, location, and vital data. Daily routine can be tracked in order to detect abnormalities and to create early indicators for potentially arising trends and emergencies in advance. One goal is to recognize emergency situations at home with the help of ambient and unobtrusive technology, to develop a Human Capability Model and to provide adequate assistance when needed. In addition to technological solutions, models for complete systems will be developed, which include the personal environment as well as recorded sensor data and which can be custom tailored exactly to the needs of the end users. The 12 of 109

13 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. Role Period Funding impact of the developed prototypical solution on quality of life will be measured in an Assisted Living Laboratory and in a multinational site evaluation. It is expected that EMERGE will help elderly people to live a safer, self determined life and to stay longer in their preferred environment. Research within the HCI4MED area of the Institute of Medical Informatics Statistics and Documentation (IMI) integrates in addition to the necessary technological aspects human centered, cognitive aspects of medical information processing. MUG Project Manager, Chief Scientist European Union STREP Specific Targeted Research Project ( ), EU FP 6 Grant number IST , Subprogram: Ambient Assisted Living and Life Long Learning Support Consortium Fraunhofer, Institute for experimental Software Engineering (Fraunhofer IESE), Germany; Information Society Open To ImpairmentS e ISOTIS, Greece; Westpfalz Klinikum, Germany; Art of Technology AG, Switzerland; Bay Zoltan Alkalmazott Kutatasi Kozalapitvany, Hungary; Siemens AG, Germany; National Centre for Scientific Research "Demokritos", Greece; European Microsoft Innovations Center, Germany RD 25. MIPS Medical Information Priority Selection (Ranking of Medical Documents according to relevance) Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Medical Informatics > Knowledge Discovery Semantic Web, Medical Documentation, Performance Support Although we live in the so called Age of Multimedia, most information is still only available in (plain) text format. This is especially true for the areas of Medicine and Health Care. Consequently, research in text mining is still an essential area of computer science, especially of Medical Informatics. With the aid of statistic and linguistic procedures, Text Mining Software attempts to dig out (to mine) information from plain text, hence the name text mining. Generally, the aim is to transform data into information. However, for the efficient support of endusers, facets of computer science alone are not sufficient; the next step consists of making the information both usable and useful. Consequently, aspects of cognitive psychology must be taken into account in order to scaffold the transformation of information into knowledge, applying the psychological definition of knowledge, which states that knowledge can only be stored in human brains not in computers. This project aims at improving text mining in medicine and in order to match aspects of both computer science and cognitive psychology. In our specific case, we are aiming to provide assistance in clinical decision making to the end users: professionals in the area of 13 of 109

14 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. Role Period Funding medicine and health care, through better presentation of information in order to enable better cognitive information processing, resulting in easier and more rapid knowledge building. The end users must be able to extend their knowledge on the basis of the information thereby gained; In our actual case the support of medical actions (decisions). Chief Scientist, Doctoral Supervisor Industrial Cooperation Consortium ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen, Germany RD 24. DEAVVOC2 Transfer of Curricula for Vocational Language Education in Europe Area Keywords Abstract Role Period Funding Informatics > Medical Informatics Knowledge Management, Ambient Assisted Living, Education The objective of the project is to continue the adaptation of curricula, defined in the first project DEAFVOC, to suit the curricula of other countries, introducing Ireland and Slovenia as new countries. In Ireland, the project partner is Interesource Group Limited in cooperation with Trinity College / The Centre for Deaf Studies. In Slovenia, the partners are the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at University of Maribor and the Ljubljana School for the Deaf. In these countries, a course on the curricula will be organised for teachers. Furthermore, the use of the curricula, as well as the possible adaptation thereof to suit national curricula, will be looked into. In the project, teaching material for the vocational teaching of the Deaf is also produced. The theme is The Rules of Working Life. How many young people are aware of employment contracts, the rights and obligations of an employee etc when they enter working life? For a young person who uses sign language, it is even more difficult to find facts without information provided in sign language. Since the legislations and other factors in the partner countries vary, the teaching material should meet the needs of each respective country. Project Partner, Scientific advisor European Union, LEONARDO DA VINCI, Transfer of Innovation, No: FI1 LEO Consortium The Finnish Association of the Deaf, Irish Deaf Society, University of Klagenfurt, Austria, Opetushallitus, Finland; University of Maribor, Slovenia 14 of 109

15 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. RD 23. Mobile Classroom (field study) Area Informatics > Mobile Computing Keywords Mobile Learning, m Learning, x Learning, Life Long Learning (M3 Concept: Media psychology, Media informatics, Media pedagogy) Abstract Role Period Funding This project is a long term field study about the application of the Mobile Learning Engine (MLE) and Mobile Moodle (MoMo). MoMo has been developed on the basis of the MLE with the intension of enabling teachers to create Mobile Interactive Learning Objects (MILOs) rapidly for mobile phones. However, typical user scenarios include: Students are able to use their mobile phones for creation of their own Learning Objects; to document experiments performed within the physics lab and to collect, create and exchange material from outdoor excursions. Technologically, it is possible to access an existing Moodle Learning Management System, via a mobile device, granting the end user access to learning content, discussions etc. The aim of this project is to evaluate the intensive use of mobile phones. All students from a 7th grade secondary school have been supplied with Nokia mobile devices and will use this during a semester. This is a unique opportunity for us to gain insight into student learning behavior (pedagogy), cognitive performance (psychology) and the technological performance (informatics) of the applications mentioned above. Chief Scientist, Doctoral Supervisor Industrial Cooperation Consortium Digital Media Lab, Graz University of Applied Scienes, FH Joanneum, Austria Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark, Austria NOKIA Austria mobilkom austria RD 22. GEBRESIN In vivo Test for vascular permeability using a bolus based sinestrin clearance method Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Medical Informatics > Knowledge Discovery Glomerular Filtration rate, biometric analysis, in vivo The Department of Nephrology at the Medical University of Graz developed a novel method for the determination of the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) of renes in mammals. This method does not base on the constant infusion approach. Here a bolus injection of Sinistrin gets utilized and the dynamic of the Sinistrincinetic is used to determine the GFR. The method has 15 of 109

16 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. Role Period Funding been used and validated for various mammal species (human, cat, canine). Evaluations on Diabetes mellitus type 1 patients suppose, that the broad mass spectrum of Sinistrin leads to different subcinetics for different parts of the Sinistrin molecule. Goal of the project GEBRESIN is the biometric analysis of Sinistrin information with special emphasis on the transient behaviour of the subcinetics of Sinistrin when determining the GFR. A test considering these effects would be favourable, because of major advantages in daily routine by reducing the protocol length on the one hand side and the possibility of determining the vascular permeability in cases with endothelial dysfuncition in vivo. Chief Scientist, Doctoral Supervisor Industrial Cooperation, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) Consortium Department of Nephrology (Medical University Graz), Austria Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Austria RD 21. MOCADI MObile CArDIac Advanced Telemonitoring System for Cardiac Insufficiency Patients Area Keywords Abstract Role Period Funding Informatics > Medical Informatics > Mobile Computing Near Field Communication, Telemonitoring Patients with cardiac insufficiency have to hold a strict diet after a successful treatment to avoid a relapse. To support the patients in their efforts a Tele monitoring Systems has been established, which enables patients via GSM/GPRS technology to pass their vital parameters to the Department of Cardiology in an easy and convenient way for online risk observation purposes. The system has already proven its feasibility but actually important cardiovascular parameters like the stroke volume/body fluid volume or vascular resistance can not be monitored. Unreliable substitutes like the body weight are used at the moment and improvement is eligible. Project goal is the enhancement of the existing Tele monitoring Solution by integration of a new style hemodynamic Measurement device which is able to record vital parameters like cardiac output, stroke volume, pulse wave or vascular resistance) in mobile matter and transmit it via Near Field Communication (NFC). Chief Scientist, Doctoral Supervisor Industrial Cooperation, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) Consortium Department of Surgery (Medical University Graz), Austria Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Austria 16 of 109

17 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. RD 20. MLE Mobile Learning Engine Area Keywords Abstract Role Period Funding Informatics > Medical Informatics > Mobile Computing Multimedia Learning Objects (MILOs), e Learning, x Learning, mobile learning, medical education The widespread use of mobile phones enables a long awaited dream: Learning at any place, at any time. This not being tied to particular locations is for example especially interesting in the area of medicine i.e. for vocational training of medical staff and students. As the amount of medical information continues to grow, timely access to information is critical to medical personnel. However, such applications can not be the 1:1 transformation of standard computerized learning material; special design issues must be considered. In this paper we present a practical approach to m Learning and call it Mobile Interactive Learning Objects (MILOs) which are used within a Mobile Learning Engine (MLE) that runs on mobile phones. MILOs can offer manifold possibilities for new kinds of communication and explorative learning. Mobile Learning can be seen as an important instrument for Life Long Learning. The Mobile Learning Engine (MLE) serves as a technological framework and transfers so called Multimedia Interactive Learning Objects (MILOs) to a mobile phone. Scientifically, the focus within this project is on technological approaches of mobile Learning Objects including text to speech solutions. However, much research is still necessary to study appropriate didactical models in real life settings in order to gain insight into the challenges of future pervasive e Education scenarios. Medical doctors and nurses work in an environment which requires high mobility. Within their daily routine their sphere of activity alters frequently between wards, outpatient clinics, diagnostic and therapeutic departments and operating theatres. Although access to stationary clinical workstations is provided in the hospital, their locations do not always coincide with the user s current workplace. In order to fulfil a high health service standard the medical staff has an extensive demand for information at a number of locations which actually only mobile computers can supply. Within this domain, one benefit can be providing the necessary mobility amongst students to support, for example, bed side teaching or problem based learning. Business Mentor, Scientific advisor Industrial Cooperation, Start up Science Park Graz Consortium Digital Media Lab, Graz University of Applied Scienes, FH Joanneum, Austria elibera 17 of 109

18 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. RD 19. Media Wheelie (Medien Rolli) Area Keywords Abstract Role Period Funding Informatics > Medical Informatics Human Computer Interaction, Usability Engineering, User Centered Development, Assistive Technologies, Future Interfaces, Tangible Interfaces The everyday life of handicapped people is determined by many barriers, which block their way to an autonomous life. Everyday activities, which many people do without thinking, such as opening doors or dialling a phone number, can represent insurmountable obstacles for some; people with motor dysfunction, those who depend on a wheelchair, or simply people who lack the ability to operate the keys of a keyboard or a telephone. Scientifically the focus within this project is on future and tangible interfaces, ambient intelligence and the possibilities of new interaction techniques with specific focus on Human Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering. Standard Interfaces have limited accessibility. Multimodal user interfaces combine various input and output modalities (including seeing/vision, hearing/audition, haptic/tactile, taste/gustation, smell/olfaction etc.), which are a classical research area in Human Computer Interaction. One of the advantages of multiple modalities is increased flexibility in Usability. The weaknesses of one modality are offset by the strengths of another. For example, on a mobile device with a small visual interface and keypad, a word may be quite difficult to read/type, however very easy to say/listen. Such interfaces, in combination with mobile technologies, can have tremendous implications for accessibility and consequently, they are a potential benefit for people with a wide variety of impairments. Multimodal interfaces must be designed and developed exactly to fit the needs, requirements, abilities and different knowledge levels of the targeted end users. It is also important to consider different contexts of use. However, in order to achieve advances in both research and development of such interfaces, it is essential to bring researchers and practitioners from Psychology and Computer Science together. Mentor, Expert Advisor, Scientific Supervisor Futurefonds Styria (Zukunftsfonds Steiermark), Industrial Cooperation (Sunrise Medical, IBM, ABB, AUVA) Consortium Digital Media Lab, Graz University of Applied Scienes, FH Joanneum, Austria, Sunrise Medical, IBM Austria, ABB (Asea Brown Boveri), AUVA (Allgemeine Unfall Versicherungs Anstalt) 18 of 109

19 Enjoy Thinking. Taming Information. Support Knowledge. RD 18. HIUC Human Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing Pilot studies ( ). Workflow Optimization ( ) Area Keywords Informatics > Medical Informatics > Ubiquitous Computing Workflow optimization, event processing, data management, near field communication Abstract Role It is obvious that ubiquitous computing devices including RFID have an enormous potential for the improvement of manifold workflows e.g. within a Hospital. Since autumn 2004 various prototypes have been developed aimed at raising awareness and gaining insight into clinical workflows. The prototypes have been tested in real life clinical settings within the Graz University Hospital which is amongst the largest in Europe. Many issues concerning security, sociability, reliability, costbenefit analysis etc. remain open, consequently future research is indispensable! However, today the technology is no longer the problem; the real challenges are in the interaction between human and computing devices and in the detection of a clear benefit for the end user in order to improve workflows. New Eras of computing start when the previous era is so strong, it is hard to imagine that things could be different (David Culler (1999), University of California at Berkeley); The mobility aspect wins an ever increasing importance in all areas of our future economic and professional environment. The New Computing (NewCo) is a revolutionary development; away from the classical Desktop computer (PC) towards open, distributed, dynamic, ubiquitous (available everywhere) and pervasive (omnipresent) technologies. Telecommunication and mobile terminals are connected to traditional Internet structures and distributed systems. Project Leader, Manager & Chief Scientist, Doctoral Supervisor Period and Funding Industrial Cooperation, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) Consortium Infineon Technologies Austria Solvion Information Management GmbH RD 17. SMACE: Smart Mobile Agents for Civil Engineering Area Keywords Abstract Informatics > Mobile Computing Data and Information Management, Facility Management, Civil Engineering, elearning Civil engineering personnel are a highly mobile end user group. Construction managers, engineers and master builders working on the building site must communicate with the planning people, such as architects and stress analysts. Often little 19 of 109

20 Science is testing ideas.engineering is bringing it to practice. Role Period Funding problems occur during the construction process, which every engineer would be able to solve with a calculator and literature handbook. The aim of this project is to develop simple, practical and robust applications for solving the every day Civil Engineering questions. Whereas the usual software programs need a high end desktop PC, these tools will run on various mobile devices ranging from Tablet PCs to Handhelds and Mobile Phones. By implementing prototypes, we will demonstrate how interactive calculation tools are best accomplished on individual mobile devices. The challenge of this project is to provide end user centered interaction techniques to navigate through information and details in highly mobile settings, to enable decisions to be made, for example, on the building site or during a meeting. We will investigate the possibilities, the benefits and the specific needs of information presentation and interactive calculation tools for mobile devices, for all civil engineering personnel. Furthermore, this project is intended as a crucial part of a research project, which concerns the whole life cycle of a building. The end product will assist each person, who needs to know something without delay by providing information data (Facility Management), calculation tools (SMACE) and communication possibilities about the building on his/her mobile device. With regard to security aspects, for example fire emergency, this will be an absolute necessity in the future. Scientific Supervisor, Business Mentor Industrial Cooperation (telecom, AST) Consortium Graz University of Technology, Institute for Building Informatics (IBI), Institute of Information Systems and Computer Media (IICM) Telekom Austria AST Baugesellschaft RD 16. BIOSIGN in Practice (Biometrical Signature) Areas Keywords Abstract Informatics > Medical Informatics > Knowledge Engineering Biometrics, Human Computer Interaction & Usability Engineering, Workflow optimization, Data and Information Management The law in Austria demands that all Medical Doctor's (MD s) certificates (Diagnostics Findings Report, DFR) are authenticated ( vidiert in German, from lat. videre = to check visually). The interpretation of the KALG (Styrian Hospital Law paragraph 31, section 2, which refers to paragraph 13 section 2) does not specifically state that this must take the form of a handwritten or personal signature; however, the importance of determining the signatory and the possibility of tracing this person is made 20 of 109

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