Dr. Matthieu-P. Schapranow received a PhD in Software Engineering from University of Potsdam in Germany in 2012. He also received BSc and MSc degrees in Software Engineering, in 2006 and 2008, respectively from the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI).Since June 2012, he is Principal Investigator of Life Sciences at the Chair of Prof. Plattner at the HPI and visiting scientist at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Berlin. He is a valued member of the Berlin Cancer Society and contributes to the working group e-Health of the Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media (BITKOM).Dr. Schapranow was honored with the Berlin-Brandenburg Innovation Award for his interdisciplinary cooperation with the Charité in 2012. Together with Prof. Dr. Plattner, he published the textbook "High-Performance In-Memory Genome Data Analysis" on occasion of the World Health Summit 2013.
As a result, our demonstrator shows how an integrated medical assistant system supports physicians and clinicians in their daily work. Thus, latest medical knowledge is always at hand, interactive analysis of data from similar cases provide evidence-based insights, and adherence to latest clinical guidelines are supported.
We are looking for you as a qualified colleague to extend our team working in the German capital region Berlin/Potsdam. You will be part of one of our interdisciplinary cooperation projects and contribute to research and education. If you are interested to learn more, please feel free to contact us.
Additional details are available in the (German-speaking) job posting.
The position as full-time research assistant (40h per week) is available as soon as possible.
Hasso Plattner Institute
14482 Potsdam (near Berlin)
A failure in one of the network core switches of our ISP disrupted the availability of our services in the evening (CEST) of Oct 17, 2017. The repair work took almost six hours, but all services were back online by Oct 18, 2017. We are very sorry for the experienced inconvenience.
Vermutlich – vorausgesetzt, wir füttern sie mit den passenden Algorithmen und Daten. Denn sie kombinieren das Wissen von vielen Ärzten. Die Mediziner von morgen werden nicht mehr allein entscheiden müssen, sondern erhalten Unterstützung. So wird es eine Vernetzung zwischen vielen Disziplinen geben, etwa mit Computerexperten, Statistikern und Genetikern.