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People at the Ambient Computing Group

Andreas Schrader

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Schrader

Head of working group

Prof. Schrader is professor for Ambient Computing at the Institute of Telematics at the University of Luebeck and founder of the research group. (Detailed Info)

Bashar Altakrouri

Bashar Altakrouri (Dr.-Ing.)

Senior Researcher

Bashar Altakrouri got his Master of Science in Digital Media at the the ISNM - International School of New Media. After two years in Lancaster University (UK) he joined our group in October 2010. In 2014 he obtained his PhD in the Graduate School of the University of Luebeck. He is currently leading the BMBF project ENSEMBLES. (Detailed Info)

Daniel Burmeister

Daniel Burmeister (M.Sc.)

Research Assistant

Daniel Burmeister performed his Master of Science in Informatics at the ITM. After one year of software development in Industry, he joint our team in August 2014 for the BMBF-sponsored ENSEMBLES project. (Detailed Info)

Dennis Boldt

Dennis Boldt (M.Sc.)

Research Assistant

Dennis Boldt performed his Master of Science in Informatics at the ITM. He joint our team for the vffr-sponsored rehabilitation project STAGE in June 2014. (Detailed Info)

Former Members

Darren Carlson

Dr.-Ing. Darren Carlson

Senior Researcher

Darren Carlson was with the Ambient Computing group since the beginning in 2009 and performed his PostDoc research in the area of context-aware mobile computing. He was working in the BMBF project SmartAssist. (Detailed Info) Dr. Carlson is now with the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore

Lukas Ruge

Dipl. Inf. Lukas Ruge

PhD Student

Lukas Ruge finished his Diploma in Computer Science at the University of Luebeck in 2010 and joined our group from February 2011 to February 2014 with a stipend of the Graduate School of the University of Lübeck. (Detailed Info).

Peter Rothenpieler

Dr.-Ing. Dipl. Inf. Peter Rothenpieler

Research Assistant

Peter Rothenpieler was with the Institute of Telematics from January 2008 and joined the Ambient Computing group in January 2010. He has been working in the BMBF project SmartAssist. (Detailed Info)