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Our projects.

At the Institute of Mathematical Methods in Medicine and Databased Models, subsidied projects and direct (industrial cooperations | cooperations with industrial partners) were realised. The institute is also a longtime partner of research institutions, with whom joint research projects were carried out.

The following overview of our projects presents an selection of our current and past projects. Supplementing insights to our projects can also be gleamed from the institute's history, the listing of our project partners as well as the research documentation of the Johannes Kepler University Linz.

If you have questions regarding our research areas or if you are interested in a collaboration or a joint research project, we look forward to hearing from you via E-Mail to info@m3dm.jku.at.

Current projects

Smart Data Mining and Predictive Systems

Research projects with COMET K2-Zentrum Symbiotic Mechatronics
(Area ACT, Area SENS, Area SYMB)
project duration: 2022 - 2026
Susanne Saminger-Platz, Edwin Lughofer, Katrin Treitinger

 

Interactive Machine Learning with Evolving Fuzzy Systems (IML-EFS)

FWF-funded project
project duration: 2020 - 2024
Edwin Lughofer, Paulo Vitor de Campos Souza

 

Artificial Intelligence in Biometrical Algorithms (AIBA-2)

Research project with ekey biometric systems GmbH
Project duration: 2022 - 2023
Robert Pollak

 

The many facets of orthodmodularity

FWF-funded project 
project duration: 2020 - 2023
Thomas Vetterlein, Bert Lindenhovius

 

PapaGeno 2022

Research project with sony DADC Europe GmbH
project duration: 2022
Robert Pollak

 

Transfer Learning with Soft-Computing Models (TransLearn)

Research project with the COMET K1-Center SCCH, (Area DAS)
project duration: 2019 - 2022
Werner Zellinger, Edwin LughoferSusanne Saminger-Platz, Priyanka Roy, Robert Pollak

 

Early detection of radiation induced scin defects by Optical Coherence Tomography (ROOCT)

Research project with RECENDT GmbH and Ordensklinikum Linz - KH Barmherzige Schwestern
Funded by Österreichische Krebshilfe Oberösterreich
Project duration: 2019 - 2022
Peter Schlagnitweit, Bettina Heise, Robert Pollak