Researcher Profile

DI Dr. Dieter Hayn

DI Dr. Hayn




Safety & Security

Business Unit

Assistive Healthcare Information Technology




+43 50550 2950


Reininghausstraße 13/1, 8020 Graz


Area: Future Networks and Services

Field: Advanced Applications in Sensor Networks

Main Research: Medical Research Networks, eHealth, Biosignal Processing, Telemonitoring

Experience: Dieter Hayn studied Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at the Graz Technical University. He received a Ph.D. degree from the Health and Life Science University Hall/Tyrol, Austria in 2007. Since 2013 he is studying Health Care and Hospital Management at the Medical University of Graz. Dieter Hayn is working at the Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Graz, Austria as a Scientist since 2003. His research interests include biosignal processing, data modelling, risk prediction algorithms and infrastructurs for international research networks. Dr. Hayn is certified project manager and he was project leader of various research projects. He is a Co-Editor of the proceedings of the international annual eHealth Conference in Vienna, Austria (eHealth2007–2014) and author and co-author of numerous journal and conference papers.

  • 2003-: Scientist
    AIT Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2002-2005: Project Collaborator
    UMIT / Austria
  • 2005-: Lecturer
    FH Joanneum Graz / Austria
  • 1999-: Lecturer
    Karl Franzens University Graz / Austria
  • 2012-: Lecturer
    FH Technikum Wien / Austria
  • 2004: 1st Price Computers in Cardiology Challenge "Predicting Spontaneous Termination of Atrial Fibrillation"
  • 2006: 1st Price Computers in Cardiology Challenge "QT Measurement"
  • 2011: 1st Price Computing in Cardiology Challenge "Improving quality of ECGs collected using mobile phones"
  • 2003: 1st Place Students Competition at the "Gemeinsame Drei-Ländertagung der Schweizerischen, Österreichischen und Deutschen Gesellschaften für Biomedizinische Technik"


  • Predicting initiation and termination of atrial fibrillation from the ECG
    Author(s): D. Hayn, A. Kollmann, G. Schreier
    Journal: Biomedizinische Technik, 52 (2007) ; 5-10
  • Design and evaluation of a telemonitoring concept based on NFC enabled mobile phones and sensor devices
    Author(s): J. Morak, H. Kumpusch, D. Hayn, R. Modre-Osprian, G. Schreier
    Journal: IEEE Transactions On Information Technology In Biomedicine, 99 (2011)
  • Teledermatological Monitoring of Psoriasis Patients on Biologic Therapy
    Author(s): S. Koller, R. Hofmann-Wellenhof, D. Hayn, W. Weger, P. Kastner, G. Schreier, W. Salmhofer
    Journal: Acta Dermato-Venereologica, 91 (2011) ; 680 - 685
  • Near Field Communication-based telemonitoring with integrated ECG recordings
    Author(s): J. Morak, H. Kumpusch, D. Hayn, M. Leitner, D. Scherr, F. Fruhwald, G. Schreier
    Journal: Applied Clinical Informatics, 2 (2011) ; 481 - 498
  • QRS detection based ECG quality assessment
    Author(s): D. Hayn, B. Jammerbund, G. Schreier
    Journal: Physiological Measurement, 33 (2012) ; 1449 - 1461
  • Leg Edema Quantification for Heart Failure Patients via 3D Imaging
    Author(s): D. Hayn, F. Fruhwald, A. Riedel, M. Falgenhauer, G. Schreier
    Journal: Sensors, 13 (2013) ; 10584 - 10598
  • A randomized controlled clinical trial of pacemaker follow-u in clinic and by telemedical interpretation of the pacemakers' magnet mode
    Author(s): D. Hayn, A. Kollmann, S. Perl, C. Kos, B. Rotmann, P. Lercher, K. Tscheliessnigg, G. Schreier
    Journal: Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 19 (2013) ; 456 - 465
  • Information Technology Aspects of Integrated Cardiac Rhythm Disease Management;
    Modern Pacemakers - Present and Future

    Author(s): D. Hayn, H. Kumpusch, R. Labenbacher, R. Modre-Osprian, G. Schreier
    Publisher: InTech; Rijeka, Croatia; 2011; 3 - 24; 978-953-307-214-2
    Series: K. Mithilesh
  • Verfahren zur Detektion wiederholt in relativ regelmäßigen Abständen auftretender Ereignisse aus Biosignalen
    Inventor: Hayn D, Schreier G
    Submission Date: 14.09.2006
    Issue Date: 15.10.2008
  • Verfahren zur Detektion von Artefakten in einem Biosignal mit wiederholt auftretenden Ereignissen
    Inventor: Hayn D, Schreier G
    Submission Date: 24.02.2012
    Issue Date: 15.11.2013

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