Wolfram Bartussek

Wolfram Bartussek
Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences · Department of Media

Dipl.-Inform. (TU Karlsruhe)

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Introduction
Wolfram Bartussek currently works at OntoPort UG as CTO and as a lecturer at the Department of Media, Information Science , Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. Wolfram does research in Software Engineering, Data Mining and Artificial Intelligence. Their current project is 'OntoPMS' where he specializes on ontologies for regulatory affairs and on post market surveillance of medical devices according to the European Medical Device Regulation (MDR), and other regulatory legislation like the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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March 1999 - present
Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
October 1970 - October 1973
Technical Univerity of Karlsruhe
Field of study
  • Computer Science
October 1967 - October 1969
Technical University of Darmstadt
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering

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Publications (15)
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Background: The vigilant observation of medical devices during post-market surveillance (PMS) for identifying safety-relevant incidents is a non-trivial task. A wide range of sources has to be monitored in order to integrate all accessible data about the safety and performance of a medical device. PMS needs to be supported by an efficient search s...
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Semantic applications today provide benefits to numerous organisations in business sectors such as health care, finance, industry, and the public sector. These applications use the semantics of a domain in order to improve usability, correctness, and completeness. Developing semantic applications requires methodological skills, e.g., ontology engin...
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We report on a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) research project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Funding: 01IS15056D; project duration: Jan 2016-Dec 2017). The project focused on ontology based post market surveillance for risk analysis of medical devices. As a general result of the project, ontologies turned...
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This is a report on ongoing work done in a research project for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Funding ID: 01IS15056D; project duration: Jan 2016 – Dec 2017). The project, named OntoPMS, is targeted at post market surveillance (PMS) of medical devices as required by the me...
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Semantic applications today provide benefits to numerous organisations in business sectors such as health care, finance, industry, and the public sector. These applications use the semantics of a domain in order to improve usability, correctness, and completeness. Developing semantic applications requires methodological skills, e.g., ontology engin...
Conference Paper
The observation of medical devices during Post-Market Surveillance (PMS) for identifying safety-relevant incidents is not trivial. A wide range of sources has to be monitored in order to integrate all accessible data about the safety and performance of a medical device. PMS needs to be supported by a clever search strategy and the possibility to cr...
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In diesem Beitrag wird Softwaretechnologie als das technische Hilfsmittel angesehen, um Maßgaben des Software-Qualitätsmanagements zu erfüllen. Software-Qualitätsmanagement (SQM) seinerseits wird als spezielle Ausprägung des Total Quality Managements (TQM) für die Software-Entwicklung aufgefasst. In dieser Sicht existiert also eine kategoriale Hier...
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Reducing complexity has remained one of the core issues of systems and software engineering. While the engineering community has developed many ways of reducing complexity in the context of specific technologies, little has been done to reduce complexity in the very early phases of a project. ... Reducing complexity by terminological decomposition...
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A specification for a software module is a statement of the requirements that the final programs must meet. In this paper we concentrate on that portion of the specification that describes the interface between the module being specified and other programs (or persons) that will interact with that module. Because of the complexity of software produ...

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