What is mobile app development

Mobile app development

Marc Schickler studied computer science with a minor in economics at the University of Ulm and received his diploma in 2012. Since then he has worked as a research assistant for Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert employed at the Institute for Databases and Information Systems at Ulm University. Here he accompanies and leads various courses and theses that deal with the development of complex, mobile applications. As part of his dissertation, Marc Schickler is researching advanced, process-oriented crowd sensing technologies and concepts.

Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert holds a diploma in business mathematics and obtained his doctorate on dynamic process changes in workflow management systems as a Dr.rer.nat. He was Associate Professor at the University of Twente in the Netherlands and has been a professor at Ulm University since 2008. Here he researches all aspects of adaptive and progressive process management systems. But many other topics, such as service-oriented architectures and mobile applications, are also the subject of his research.

Rudiger Pryss studied at the Universities of Passau, Karlsruhe and Ulm. In Passau he completed his intermediate diploma with a minor in medicine. In Ulm he completed his studies with a minor in economics as a computer scientist. After completing his studies, Rüdiger Pryss worked as a software consultant for 3 years. He is currently with Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert at the Institute for Databases and Information Systems at the University of Ulm. There he accompanies and leads numerous courses and prepares his dissertation on mobile and adaptive process-oriented information systems. In addition, Rüdiger Pryss works as a consultant in numerous projects.

Johannes Schobel studied computer science with applied medicine at the University of Ulm and obtained his master's degree at the beginning of 2012. Immediately after completing his studies, he began his doctorate at the Institute for Databases and Information Systems with Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert. In the course of his teaching activities, he supervises various lectures, project work and theses. In the context of his dissertation, Mr. Schobel deals with data collection on mobile devices. This research project aims in particular to accelerate data collection in medical processes and to minimize errors in this complex work step.

Dr. Winfried Schlee studied psychology, philosophy and statistics at the universities of Konstanz and Birmingham (Alabama, USA). In 2006 he received his diploma in psychology and in 2009 he did his doctorate on the neuronal mechanisms underlying the conscious perception of chronic tinnitus. Since then, Dr. Schlee various factors influencing tinnitus perception, such as age, stress, electrical and magnetic stimulation as well as intrinsic neuronal fluctuations. Since 2013 he has been the scientific coordinator of the Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI) and since 2014 head of the European COST project "TINNET".

PD Dr.med. Berthold Langguth studied medicine at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and completed his doctorate in 1999. In 2002 he was recognized as a specialist in neurology, and in 2006 as a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy. The license to teach and appointment as a private lecturer took place in 2009. Since April 2012 he has been the chief physician of the Center “Admission and Psychiatric Institute Outpatient Clinic” at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the University of the Regensburg District Hospital. Dr. Langguth is a co-founder of the Tinnitus Research Initiative and the interdisciplinary Tinnitus Center Regensburg.