Researcher Profile

Priv.-Doz DI Dr. Guenter Schreier MSc

Priv.-Doz DI Dr. Schreier MSc

Function

Senior Scientist

Center

Health & Bioresources

Competence Unit

Digital Health Information Systems

E-Mail

Guenter.Schreier(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 2960

Fax

+43 50550 2950

Address

Reininghausstraße 13/1, 8020 Graz

Career

Field: Advanced Applications in Sensor Networks

Main Research: Predictive Health Information Systems

Experience:

- Biosignal Processing – computer based analysis biosignals with a focus on ECG
- eHealth - ICT infrastructures for biomedical & clinical research and healthcare
- mHealth - design, development and evaluation of mHealth and telehealth systems based on Mobile Computing / Internet of Things
- Predictive healthcare information systems – predictive analytics and modelling from a variety of health related data sources like biosignals, telehealth vital sign data, electronic medical records, health insurance claims

  • 1992-1996: Junior Scientist
    JOANNEUM RESEARCH / Austria
  • 1996-2000: Scientist
    CORTRONIK Meß- und Therapiegeräte GmbH / Austria
  • 2000-: Team Leader, Head of Business Unit, Senior Scientist, Thematic Coordinator
    AIT Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2012-2012: Senior Research Fellow
    University of New South Wales, Graduate School for Biomedical Engineering / NSW, Australia
  • 2005 - : Head of Working Group "Medical Informatics and eHealth" of the Austrian Computer Gesellschaft (OCG)
  • 2016-2017: Vice President of the Austrian Society for Biomedical Engineering
  • 1993-: Senior member of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
  • 2002: 1. Place, ARC-Award, Category Science,
  • 2001: 1. Place - Computers in Cardiology – Challenge 2001: Predicting Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation, Rotterdam, NL
  • 2004: 1. Place - Computers in Cardiology – Challenge 2004: Spontaneous Termination of Atrial Fibrillation, Chicago, USA
  • 2005: e-Poster-Award, European Society of Cardiology, category Telemedicine, ESC – Annual conference, Stockholm
  • 2006: 1. Place - Computers in Cardiology – Challenge 2006: QT Interval Measurement, Valencia, ES
  • 2011: 1. Place - Computing in Cardiology – Challenge 2011: Improving the quality of ECGs collected using mobile phones, Hangzhou, China
  • 2013: Best Paper Selection of the IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics

Publications

  • mHealth (2015)
    Univertity of Applied Sciences, FH Joanneum, Graz
  • eHealth (2015)
    Graz University of Technology
  • eHealth and Telemedicien (2016)
    Univertity of Applied Sciences, FH Technikum Wien
  • pHealth - predictive Healthcare Information Systems (2016)
    Graz University of Technology

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