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.

 

Bente Merete Stallknecht

Head of Department, Professor
University of Copenhagen

 

Bente Merete Stallknecht is Head of Department of Biomedical Sciences and 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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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 analyzing-, 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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Annemette Ljungdalh Nielsen

Strategic Research Consultant
City of Copenhagen

 

Annemette L 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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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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Jens Christian Brings Jacobsen 

Associate Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

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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 

 

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Anne Frølich 

Chief Physician, Frederiksberg Hospital, Associate Professor
University of Copenhagen 

 

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Lars Vedel Kessing

Clinical Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

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Niels de Fine Olivarius 

Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

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Jakob Eg Larsen

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

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Winnie Svendsen

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

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Morten Skovdal 

Associate Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

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Anja Maier 

Professor, Head of Division
Technical University of Denmark

 

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Nicola Dragoni 

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark

 

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Troels Wesenberg Kjær 

Clinical Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

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Steffen Loft 

Professor 
University of Copenhagen

 

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Per Bækgaard 

Associate Professor 
Technical University of Denmark

 

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Poul Jørgen Jennum 

Clinical Professor 
University of Copenhagen 

 

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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. 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.

 

Jari Due Jessen 

Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

 

Jari Due Jessen is Postdoc at Center for Playware, DTU. His research is centered 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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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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PhD students

 

 

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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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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Simon Due Kamronn 

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

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Camilla Haahr 

PhD student 
University of Copenhagen 

 

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Jonas Busk

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

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Julie Falck Valentin-Hjorth 

PhD student
Technical University of Denmark 

 

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

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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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Milad Moradi Vastegani 

PhD student 
Technical University of Denmark 

 

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Sigurd Arne Melbye

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

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Morten Lindbjerg Tønning

PhD student
University of Copenhagen

 

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Project staff

 

 

Claus L. Cramer-Petersen

Project Manager
CACHET

 

Claus is a project manager within innovation in healthcare. His main work areas include the facilitation of collaboration between researchers, companies and the healthcare sector aiming at innovation. Claus is specialised in facilitating creative processes that include different objectives and perspectives towards commonly beneficial results.

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Technologists and assistants

 

Maja Rendborg Nyholm

Student assistant 
CACHET

Maja Rendborg Nyholm is a Master student in Health Informatics at UCPH and DTU. Maja is Student assistant at CACHET. She provide administrative and clerical support to office employees and perform a variety of tasks. Her technical research interest areas include eHealth and human-computer interaction. Her health research areas include rehabilitation.

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Andrea Quemada Lopategui 

Student programmer
CACHET

 

Andrea Quemada Lopategui is a Digital Media Engineering Master student and Student Programmer at DTU. Her technical research interest areas include UX designing and engineering, as well as, interaction with personal data. Her health research areas include behavioral activation (BA), as part of mental health.

 

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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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Kasia Żukowska 

Student programmer 
CACHET

 

Kasia Żukowska studies Digital Media Engineering at DTU Compute. Apart from web programming and data visualization she is interested in UX and UI design.

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12 DECEMBER 2017