CACHET team


Faculty

Jakob E. Bardram

Director, Professor
Technical University of Denmark, University of Copenhagen 

 

Jakob E. Bardram is the director of CACHET, professor in computer science at DTU, and adjunct professor in public health at UCPH. His technical research areas include ubiquitous computing, human-computer interaction (HCI), user interface software technology (UIST), and distributed software architecture. His health research focus is within mental health and integrated care coordination.
 

 

John Paulin Hansen

Professor
Technical University of Denmark

 

 

John Paulin Hansen is a Bevica professor in the Technology and Innovation Management Division at DTU and head of the Human Factors group. His research areas are human factors and human computer interaction with a special focus on innovation, e-health and usability of new technology. 

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Maria Helena Dominguez Vall-Lamora

MD, Associate Professor  
Bispebjerg-Frederiksberg Hospital, University of Copenhagen
 
Helena Domínguez is Consultant Cardiologist at the Hospital of Bispebjerg-Frederiksberg, and Associate Professor in the Institute of Biomedicine, Health Faculty, University of Copenhagen. Her research covers translational science in: i) vascular function and ii) use of eHealth technologies to improve patient management. 

 

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Sadasivan Puthusserypady

Associate Professor
Technical University of Denmark

 

Sadasivan Puthusserypady is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering (Biomedical Engineering Group) at DTU. His main research areas include Biomedical Signal Processing (BSP) and Brain Computer Interface (BCI). His health research focus is within home healthcare, welfare technology, BCI based personal assistive devices and neuro-rehabilitation.

 

Ruth Frikke Schmidt

Ruth Frikke-Schmidt 

Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

Ruth Frikke-Schmidt is member of the leader group of CACHET, professor in Clinical Biochemistry at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, and chief physician at the Department of Clinical Biochemistry at Rigshospitalet. Her scientific area is centred around genomic, epidemiologic, and causal aspects of lipoprotein metabolism and age-related diseases with special focus on cardiovascular disease, dementia and diabetes.

 

Bente Merete Stallknecht

Prorector, Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

Bente Merete Stallknecht is a professor in health-enhancing physical activity. She performs human intervention studies with detailed metabolic phenotyping. Her main research focus is on effects of exercise training on energy balance, appetite regulation and metabolic health.

 

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Annemette Ljungdalh Nielsen

Strategic Research Consultant
City of Copenhagen

 

Annemette Ljungdalh Nielsen works to develop and qualify the cooperation between the scientific community and the Health and Care Administration. The aim is to maximise the value which the City of Copenhagen may gain from research involvement. She has a background from social science (Ph.d.) and has conducted scientific research herself for many years within the area of health and food consumption.

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Jens Christian Brings Jacobsen 

Associate Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

Jens C. B. Jacobsen works with models of flow regulated in the tissues and with models of how the microcirculation (the body's smallest blood vessels) affects the arterial blood pressure. Jens C. B. Jacobsens primary fields of research are Computer models of microvessels, Structural adaptation in vascular networks and Simulation of individual vascular cells and groups of cells.

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Helge Bjarup Dissing Sørensen

Helge Bjarup Dissing Sørensen 

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark

 
Helge B.D. Sørensen (HBDS) conducts research on biomedical signal processing for better solutions for individuals concerning monitoring, diagnostics, treatment, and health at home and when hospitalized. HBDS focus on analysing-, processing-, and interpreting selected types of signals from humans using intelligent algorithms. He is leader of the Biomedical Signal Processing research group. 

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Jørgen Kanters 

Associate Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

Jørgen Kanters is an associate professor in heart and circulatory research at University of Copenhagen.

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Susanne Reventlow

Research Director
University of Copenhagen

 

Susanne Reventlow is a Research Director, GP and anthropologist at University of Copenhagen. 

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Henning Boje Andersen 

Professor
Technical University of Denmark

 

Henning Boje Andersen is a Professor at DTU Management Engineering.

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Jan Madsen

Professor 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Jan Madsen is an expert in the design of embedded systems, with a particular focus on methods and tools for system modelling and analysis of application execution on multi-core execution platforms, including hardware/software co-design. Jan Madsen is a professor of computer-based systems at DTU Informatics, where he heads the section for Embedded Systems Engineering.

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Per Bækgaard

Per Bækgaard 

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark

 

 
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Murat Kulahci
Associate Professor

Technical University of Denmark

 
Murat Kulahci primarily works with applications for statistical industrial technology and with economics engineering. He has extensive experience with statistical advice for the industry and his research can contribute to more precise predictions in the financial market and to improve computer simulations for use in, among other things, the health sector.

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Jakob Eg Larsen

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Jakob Eg Larsen, is Associate Professor at the Technical University of Denmark, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (DTU Compute) in the section for Cognitive Systems where he is head of Mobile Informatics and Personal Data Laboratory (MILAB). His research interests include human-machine interaction (HCI), personal data interaction, information visualization, and personal informatics/quantified self. 

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Winnie E. Svendsen

Winnie Svendsen

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Winnie Svendsen has since 2001 been involved with applied research and her current research focus is on understanding the physical properties of biological material to optimize the use of micro and nanotechnology in the biomedical field. In 2006 she established her own research group Nano Bio-Integrated Systems (NaBIS).

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Jørn Wulff Helge

Jørn Wulff Helge

Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

Jørn Wulff Helge is professor in Exercise physiology and Health at the department of Biomedical Sciences at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. JWH is a senior researcher in Xlab (www.xlab.dk) and affiliated to the Centre of Healthy Aging (www.sundaldring.dk). JWH key interest areas are adaptation to physical activity and inactivity with a particular emphasis on ageing, skeletal muscle, obesity and type 2 diabetes.

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Morten Skovdal 

Associate Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

Morten Skovdal uses, and conduct research training on, a variety of qualitative research methods and have a particular interest in furthering research approaches that engage and benefits participants. M. Skovdal currently sits on the editorial boards of the Health Education Journal, and Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. M. Skovdal is also commissioning editor for Children's Geographies.

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Anja Maier

Anja Maier 

Professor, Head of Division
Technical University of Denmark

 

Anja Maier, is Professor at the Technical University of Denmark. Her research focuses on engineering systems design, with a particular emphasis on complexity and human behaviour. This includes design communication, design in networks, and design cognition. She is leading the Engineering Systems Design research group, conducting interdisciplinary research into designing, building, and operating engineering systems.

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Nicola Dragoni 

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark

 

Nicola Dragoni is Associate Professor in Distributed Systems and Security at DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, and Professor in Computer Engineering at Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, Örebro University, Sweden. His main research interests lie in the areas of pervasive computing and cybersecurity, with focus on domains like Internet-of-Things, Fog computing and mobile systems.

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Troels Wesenberg Kjær 

Clinical Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

Troels Wesenberg Kjaer, MD, PhD, is professor at University of Copenhagen and chief physician at department of neurology Zealand University Hospital. His research areas include neurology, brain science, health technology and the interaction between us and technology. He is the man who initiated the NorDigHealth – EU project. Is part of the CACHET via the PHRP-project financed by the innovation foundation.

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Steffen Loft 

Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

Steffen Loft is researching toxicology and how the body absorbs and handles toxins. In particular, he studies the effects of particles in air pollution and also possesses knowledge about diet and cancer as well as the negative health aspects of modern industrial nanotechnology

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Lars Vedel Kessing

Clinical Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

Lars Vedel Kessings main interests are clinical, epidemiological, genetic and neurobiological research into the causes and treatment of affective disorders (depression, mania and bipolar disorder, manic-depressive disease). Current research focuses on identifying genetic, biological and psychological markers of onset, recurrence and treatment response in depressive and bipolar disorder.

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Poul Jørgen Jennum

Poul Jørgen Jennum 

Clinical Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

Poul Jørgen Jennum is a professor of Clinical Neurophysiology with Special interest in sleep medicine. Specialist in clinical neurophysiology and in neurology. Chief physician and head of the Danish Center for Sleep Medicine, Glostrup Hospital / Rigshospitalet. Member of several national and international companies as well as adviser of public institutions and authorities in sleep research and neurology.

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Anne Frølich 

Clinical Professor
University of Copenhagen 

 

Anne Frølich is a professor in public health focusing on the development of incoherent patient pathways for people with chronic diseases between hospitals, health centres, municipality and general practitioners. Anne Frølich is the manager of the Center for Multi-morbidity Chronic Diseases in Region Sealand, Denmark.

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Philip Cash

Philip Cash 

Associate Professor
DTU Management

 

Philip Cash is an Associate Professor at DTU Management, Engineering Systems Design research group and a collaborator with CACHET, working on design for behaviour change using new technologies. His applied research deals with behavioural design and innovation in this context. He also researchers on human behaviour and cognition in design teams, and how they interact with technology.

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Christian Sahlholt Meyhoff

Christian S. Meyhoff

Chief Physician
Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital

 

Christian S. Meyhoff, MD, PhD is Chief Physician in Anaesthesiology and Head of Research at Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark. He holds a position as Associate Research Professor at University of Copenhagen. His main research areas are prevention of cardiopulmonary complications after anaesthesia as well as wireless monitoring and clinical support systems, where he mentors two CACHET PhD-students. 

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Jaap Daalhuizen

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark

 

 

Jaap Daalhuizen is assistant professor in design methodology at the Engineering Systems Design research group, Innovation division, DTU Management. His research interests focus on design and innovation processes as well as the development, testing and use of methods in design education and practice. He is currently working on a CACHET project on behavioral design for Healthtech SME’s.

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Tine Alkjær

Associate Professor
University of Copenhagen

 

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Tobias Andersen

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark
 
 

Tobias Andersen is associate professor at DTU Compute and works in the field of cognitive science. Using behavioral measures and EEG his work aims at linking brain activity and behaviour. His interests include quantitative models of information processing in human perception and analysis of EEG data in clinical populations.Tobias Andersen works on the BHRP project.

 

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Lars Kayser

Lars Kayser

Associate Professor
University of Copenhagen

 

Lars Kayser is a participant of the CACHET network. His research focuses on Health Literacy and eHealth Literacy, the main objective being the user’s needs and abilities in the context of technology in the health universe, focusing on how we can introduce intelligent systems that can adapt to the individual user and how we can change the thoughts and behavior of users from being recipients and clients to active consumers of healthcare.

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Pernille Rydén

Pernille Rydén

Head of studies
Engineering Business Administration
 

Pernille Rydén, PhD, is new member of Cachet, head of studies, Engineering Business Administration (EBA), and associate professor in management at the Center for Continuing Education, DTU Diplom. Her research in strategic cognition of new technologies from a business-customer perspective is enabling healthcare managers discovering and utilizing the potentials of healthcare innovation while managing the emotional, cultural, and social aspects of disruptive change processes. She is presently involved in the Precare Innovation fund project.

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Ole Winther

Ole Winther

Professor
Technical University of Denmark

 

Ole Winther’s research subject is machine learning. He works with methods development and applications in bioinformatics (computer-driven large scale biological data analysis), neuroinformatics, and recommender systems. He is professor at Cognitive Systems (CogSys), DTU Compute, DTU and at Bioinformatics, KU and Rigshospitalet.

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Henriette Langstrup 

Associate Professor
University of Copenhagen

 

Henriette Langstrup is an Associate Professor in department of Public Health at University of Copenhagen. 

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Jesper Hastrup Svendsen

Professor
University of Copenhagen

 

Jesper Hastrup Svendsen is a Consultant in cardiology at Rigshospitalet’s Heart Centre and Professor and Head of Department at Department of Clinical Medicine at the University of Copenhagen. His research areas are focused on cardiac arrhythmias including: ion channel diseases, atrial fibrillation, genetics in arrhythmia diseases, inflammation in arrhythmia, Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy, ICD treatment

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Maria Nordfang 

Neuropsychologist, researcher
Rigshospitalet

 

Maria Nordfang is a Neuropsychologist, researcher at Department of Neurology, Rigshospitalet. Her research focuses on advancing assessment and rehabilitation of patients with visual-cognitive impairments after brain injury. Other interests include visual attention, modeling behavioral data and integrating new technologies to the benefit of patients and health care personnel.

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Eske Kvanner Aasvang

Associate professor
Rigshospitalet

 

Eske Kvanner Aasvang is an associate professor of anaesthesia at Rigshospitalet, with a research focus on identification, prevention and treatment of acute and late complications after major surgery. A major ongoing research project is the development of the future monitoring system for high-risk patients, using artificial intelligence and pattern recognition to alert and guide clinicians, developed in collaboration with DTU and supported by CACHET.

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Stine Kruse

Stine Kruse

Head of Innovation
DTU Health Tech

 

Stine Kruse is Head of Innovation at DTU Health Tech and is responsible for technology transfer and commercialisation of research results, research funding and strategic partnerships with industry and the health care sector. Stine has a background in strategy, policy and analytics as well as in venture Capital. Stine has played a central role in founding CACHET and has been involved in shaping and developing the center since its beginning.

 

 

 

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Postdocs

 

Frank Ulrich

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Frank Ulrich is post.doc at DTU and innovation consultant at CHI. His main research areas are within technology driven creativity and innovation, management information systems, serious games, virtual reality, and hacker culture.

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François Patou

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

François Patou is a post-doctoral researcher in healthcare technologies and systems, Engineering Systems Design research group. His main research areas include Model-Based Systems Engineering, Cyber-Physical Systems and Instrumentation. His main health research focuses on the on Point-of-Care systems for in-vitro diagnostics, on the design and integration of pervasive and mobile-technologies for mental health, and on the socio-economic considerations associated with the adoption of new technology in healthcare.

 

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Nicholas Ciccone 

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark


 
Nicholas Ciccone is a Postdoc in the Engineering Systems design research group at DTU Management, focusing on the connections between behaviour, technology, and healthcare systems.

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Steven Tom Jeuris

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

Steven is a postdoc in computer science at DTU and a software engineer at iMotions. His technical research focus is on human-computer interaction (HCI) and software architecture for wireless sensor networks. His health research focuses on diagnosing and monitoring patients with epilepsy and autism. 

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Katsumi Minakata

Postdoc

Technical University of Denmark

 

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Paolo Masulli

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

Paolo Masulli is a Postdoctoral Researcher at DTU Compute, Section for Cognitive Systems and a Data Scientist at iMotions A/S. He is part of CACHET as a member of the BHRP project. His research interests include machine learning and clustering applications to biosignals and interactions of topology and dynamics in networks.

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Jayden Khakurel

 

Jayden Khakurel

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Jayden does user Experience (UX) design and research at Cachet. He is currently working collaboratively with the Integrated Personalised Diabetes Management Goes Europe (iPDM-GO) multi-disciplinary consortium of partners from industry, academia and healthcare administration in Germany and Denmark to develop and implement a digitally enabled, person-centered care process for people with type 2 diabetes focusing on improving outcomes that matter to patients, and contributing to the sustainability of healthcare systems.

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Jonas Busk

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Jonas Busk is a Postdoc in computer science at DTU Health Tech. His research is in data analysis and machine learning in the RADMIS project, aiming to predict recurring episodes of depression and mania by analysing behavioural smartphone data from patients with unipolar and bipolar disorders.

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Alban Maxhuni

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Alban Maxhuni is a Postdoctoral Researcher at DTU Compute. He obtained his Ph.D. in 2017 from University of Trento (DISI) in Italy. Currently, he is working on two research projects, namely iPDM-GO and REACH.
His main research interests include: Ambient Intelligence, Security, Context Recognition, Machine learning, Pervasive Healthcare, Wearable sensors, etc.

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Hemant Ghayvat

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Hemant Ghayvat is a Marie Curie Post Doc in the Technology and Innovation Management Division at DTU. His research areas are human factors and human-computer interaction with a special focus on innovation, healthcare informatics for elderly and preventive healthcare.

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Kevin Doherty

Kevin Doherty

Postdoc

Technical University of Denmark

 

Kevin Doherty is a Postdoctoral Researcher at CACHET. His research interests span human computer interaction (HCI), public health, design research and mental healthcare, with a particular focus on transdisciplinary research methods, user engagement, self-report, wellbeing, and the ethics of healthcare technology deployment. His current research concerns the design of technological interventions to support mental health through primary care clinics across Denmark as part of the PhyPsy project.

Darius Adam Rohani

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Darius A. Rohani is a M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineer, and a Postdoc at DTU compute. His main technical expertise include supervised machine-learning methods, longitudinal analysis by Linear Mixed Effects Models, biomedical signal processing and statistical resampling methods. His main interest includes mental health, behaviorism, cognitive restructuring, and user-centered design.

 

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PhD students

 

 

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Andreas Brink-Kjær

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Andreas Brink-Kjær is a PhD student at DTU Health Tech. His main technical research areas include biomedical signal processing, machine learning, and deep learning. His health research is centered on sleep analysis with a focus on Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep Behaviour Disorder (RBD)

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Mads Olsen

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark

 

Mads Olsen is a PhD student in biomedical engineering at DTU Elektro. His main technical research areas include biomedical signal processing, pervasive and wearable technologies and devices, applied machine learning. His main medical research areas include sleep apnea, chronic sleep/brain disorders, autonomic nervous system, heart rate variability.

 

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Pegah Hafiz

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Pegah Hafiz is a PhD Student at DTU. Her main technical research areas include clinical decision support systems (CDSS), data mining, pervasive healthcare, and human-computer interaction (HCI). Her health research focus are in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and mental health. 

 

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Claudia Bagge-Petersen

PhD student 
University of Copenhagen

 

Claudia Bagge-Petersen is a PhD student at Section for Health Services Research at Department of Public Health. Her techno-anthropologic research area is eHealth solutions for minors living with a chronic disease.

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Jakob Skadkær Møller

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark

 

Jakob Skadkær Møller is a PhD in Biomedical Engineering. His main technical research areas include Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), Biomedical Signal processing and Machine Learning. His main health research areas include Electroencephalography (EEG), Stroke, Rehabilitation and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES).

 

Sharleny Stanislaus

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 
Sharleny Stanislaus is a medical doctor and PhD student at University of Copenhagen, Psychiatric Center Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet. Her main technical research areas include smartphone-based electronic monitoring in patients with bipolar disorder. Her health research focus is within mental health.

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Saud Alomairah

PhD Student
University of Copenhagen

Saud is a PhD student at Dept. of Biomedical Sciences at UCPH. His main health research areas include using an activity tracker to promote and measure physical activity and other health outcomes. His main technical research focus includes the validity of wearable tracker on clinical and population studies.

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Alix Feldman 

PhD Student
Technical University of Denmark 

Alix Feldman is a PhD student in the Engineering Systems Design research group at DTU. Her research investigates the link between listening effort and cognitive function, and explores the integration of a technology-based listening effort test into dementia care and management.

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Sigurd Arne Melbye

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Sigurd Melbye is a medical doctor and PhD student at University of Copenhagen, Psychiatric Center Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet. His main technical research areas include smartphone-based electronic monitoring in patients with bipolar disorder. His health research focus is within mental health.

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Morten Lindbjerg Tønning

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Morten Tønning is a PhD student and medical doctor. He is currently working on the RADMIS trial. Mortens main interest are within the field of psychiatry, clinical research and how we can develop new and better treatment for patients by combing knowledge and skills from different scientific backgrounds.   

 

Rasmus Tolstrup Larsen 

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Rasmus Tolstrup Larsen is a MSc in physiotherapy and a PhD fellow at CopenRehab, University of Copenhagen and is enrolled under the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences. His main research interest is how to use results from activity monitors to facilitate behavioural change in elderly. 

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Raju Maharjan

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Raju Maharjan is a PhD student in Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at Technical University of Denmark. His primary research interests include multidisciplinary domain of Human Computer Interaction (HCI), user-centered design(UCD), computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) and personal health technology (PHT). He is designing an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) care platform for Phy-Psy Trial and REAFEL project.

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Sheida Esmail Tehrani

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Sheida E. Tehrani has M.Sc. in Physics and Nanotechnology, and is PhD student at DTU Nanotech. Her main technical expertise include biosensor development, Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) fabrication and (electro) analytical methods. Her main interest and research focus is within the biomedical applications of micro- and nanotechnology, such as developing personalized healthcare, point-of-care diagnostics, drug delivery systems and tissue engineering.

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Julie Falck Valentin-Hjorth 

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Julie Falck Valentin-Hjorth is a PhD student at the Engineering Systems Design research group at DTU Management. Her main technical research include system design for behavioural change, user experience (UX), human-computer interaction (HCI) and mobile applications. Her main health research focus include hypertension and healthcare design for collaborative care.

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Caroline Borup Roland

PhD student 
University of Copenhagen 

 

Caroline is a PhD student at Dept. of Biomedical Sciences at UCPH. Her main health research areas include health-enhancing physical activity and pregnancy. Her main technical research focus includes use of personalized health technology in relation to changing physical activity behavior.

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Karina Louise Skov Husted

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Karina L.S. Husted is a B.Sc. in Physiotherapy, have a M.Sc.in Sports science and Health and is a PhD. Student at Copenhagen University,  affiliated to DTU Medicine and Technology. Her main research area include healthy ageing, lifestyle disease prevention and health technology. Her main interest includes disease prevention, sedentary lifestyle and obesity.

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Camilla K. E. Bay Brix Nielsen

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Camilla K. E. Bay Brix Nielsen is a PhD-student in behavioural design at the Engineering Systems Design research group, DTU Management. Her research areas include designing for behavior change, design thinking, social design, persuasive technology, nudging, structured design methods, together with social and cognitive psychology. Her health research focus is on improving multiple health-tech solutions through behavioural design across multiple company collaborations where products include support apps for people with chronic deceases.

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Camilla Haahr 

PhD student 
University of Copenhagen 

 

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Signe de Place Knudsen

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Signe de Place Knudsen is a PhD student, master of science in public health and physiotherapist. Her PhD project, FitMum, examine the effects of two different pregnancy specific exercise programs on health of mother and child. Signe’s research areas include among other process evaluation of complex interventions.

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Georgi Plamenov Tanev

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Georgi Plamenov Tanev is a joint PhD student between DTU Compute and DTU Bioengineering. His main research areas include modular cyber-physical systems and lab-on-a-chip devices. His health research focus is personalized healthcare, point-of-care diagnostics and lab automation.

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Guangtao Zhang

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Guangtao Zhang is a PhD student at DTU. His research areas are human-computer interaction (HCI), eye tracking, and human-robot interaction.
As a member of the GazeIT project, he focuses on gaze-controlled telepresence for people with motor disabilities.

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Devender Kumar

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

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Tanya Bafna

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 
Tanya Bafna is a doctoral researcher in the GazeIT research group of CACHET. Her technical research areas are human-computer interaction (HCI), signal processing and machine learning. Her research focus is on eye-tracking applications and brain-machine interface (BMI) for people with neurological disorders.

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Mikkel Elvekjær 

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Mikkel Elvekjær is a PhD student and medical doctor. He is currently working on the WARD-COPD project. Mikkels research interests are in the field of Anesthesia and Intensive Care with a primary focus on clinical monitoring in the perioperative and general ward setting.

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Umaer Rashid Hanif 

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Umaer Hanif is a PhD student in biomedical engineering at DTU Health Technology. His technical research areas include biomedical signal processing, machine learning, and 3D craniofacial imaging. His main medical research area is sleep apnea. 

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Iben Emilie Christensen  

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Iben Emilie Christensen primarily works with user involvement, especially with the perspective of patient, citizen and professional professionals in a number of areas such as the emergency area, new hospital buildings, prevention and health promotion, coordination and coherence, as well as rehabilitation and rehabilitation.

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Giovanna Nunes Vilaza

Giovanna Nunes Vilaza

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Giovanna Nunes Vilaza has a double MSc degree in Human-Computer-Interaction from KTH (Stockholm) and UCL (London). Her expertise is on user-centred research and design methodologies. Her interests revolve around how technologies can be more beneficial for health and society. 

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Matteo Cesari

Matteo Cesari

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Matteo Cesari is a Ph.D. student within the Biomedical Signal Processing Group in Digital Health Section of DTU Health Technology. His technical research areas include development and application of signal processing, machine learning and deep learning methods to electrophysiological signals recorded during sleep, with the focus of finding early biomarkers of Parkinson’s disease. In his Ph.D. project, he is collaborating with the Danish Center for Sleep Medicine (Rigshospitalet Glostrup) and Paracelsus-Elena Klinik (Kassel, Germany).

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Jonas L. Isaksen

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Jonas is a biomedical engineer by training and employed at the department of biomedical sciences. His research most often revolves around electrocardiograms (ECGs), and his PhD project involves early predicting of dementia using ECG and genetics.

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Catrine Bakkedal 

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

Catrine Bakkedal is a medical doctor and currently a Ph.D.-student at the Section of General practice, Department of Public Health, UCPH. Her research is within the fields of personal health technologies, mental health and clinical pharmacology. She is part of the Phy-Psy trial

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Alexander Neergaard Olesen

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark

 

Alexander Neergaard Olesen is a PhD student at the Section for Digital Health, DTU Health Tech. His technical research areas include biomedical signal processing and machine/deep learning models. His medical research areas comprise detection of sleep disorders, especially narcolepsy, using automatic and data-driven methods. Specifically, he is researching ways to better characterize the sleep continuum and architecture, as well as the various micro-events visible in sleep studies.

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Project staff

 

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Lorant Gulyas

Student programmer
CACHET

 

Lorant Gulyas is a Digital Media Engineering Master student and Student Programmer at CACHET. He provides technical support to PhD Students and office employees. His technical research interest areas include designing web and mobile applications.

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Barnabas Homola

Student programmer
CACHET

 

Barnabas Homola is a Digital Media Engineering Master student and Student Programmer at Cachet. He is taking part in designing and implementing applications for mobile platform. His technical research interest areas include mobile programming and UX/UI design.

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Thomas Nilsson 

Student programmer 
CACHET

 

Thomas Nilsson is a Digital Media Engineering MSc student and Student Programmer at DTU.
His areas of expertise lie within building plugins for the Flutter framework, as well as within data science and natural language processing.

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Malte Moser Kampmark

Malte Moser Kampmark

Student Assistant

CACHET

 

Malte Moser Kampmark is a MSc Student in Design and Innovation at DTU and a student assistant at CACHET. He has responsibilities in communication, user interaction and design methods. His technical research interest areas include Behavioural Design and Product Development.

Josephine Mellin

Josephine Mellin

Student programmer

CACHET

 

Josephine Mellin is studying a diploma bachelor in IT & Economics at DTU. At Cachet her main focus is on User Experience (UX) working with people with type-2 diabetes on the IPDM-GO project. Her technical research interest areas include UX and full stack programming.

Mads Vedel Saaby Christensen

Mads Vedel Saaby Christensen

Student programmer

CACHET

 

Mads Vedel Saaby Christensen is a Software Technology BSc. Eng. student and student programmer at CACHET. He is involved with package development and implementation of mobile platforms. His technical research interest areas include mobile development and data science.

 

Janos Richard Pekk

János Richárd Pekk

Student programmer
CACHET

 

János Richárd Pekk is a Computer Science and Engineering Master student and Student Programmer at CACHET. He is taking part in designing and implementing webservices. His technical research interest areas include software design and architecture.

 

 

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Alumni

 

Jari Due Jessen 

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Jari Due Jessen is Postdoc at Center for Playware, DTU. His research is centred around Playware, which is intelligent hardware and software that creates playful experiences for people of all ages. He has a special focus on both quantitative and qualitative research of technology within health and teaching. 

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Julia Rosemary Thorpe 

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

Julia Thorpe is a PhD student in Engineering Systems Design in Healthcare. Her main technical research areas include wearable sensors, behavioural measurement and biomedical signal processing. Her main health research focus is dementia, cognitive rehabilitation, active ageing and P4 healthcare.

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Simon Due Kamronn 

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

 

 

Benjamin Johansen

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark

 

Benjamin Johansen is a PhD student at DTU compute in User Experience (UX) and health care technologies. His technical research areas include data driven user experience research (constructive UX), human-computer interaction (HCI), natural-language interfaces, wearables, quantified self (QS) and personal informatics (PI). His health research focus is within pain-driven design for hearing care.

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Andrea Quemada Lopategui 

Research assistant 
CACHET

 

Andrea Quemada is a research assistant at CACHET with a background in Digital Media Engineering. She specialized in UX design, mobile app development, etc. She collaborates with several projects where she designs and develops mobile applications. Some of these projects are, for example, a Behavioral Activation tool for people with depression, or a Heart Disturbances registration and monitoring tool. 

 

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http://www.cachet.dk/about/CACHET-team
18 NOVEMBER 2019