Florian
Grassinger
BSc, MSc

Florian Grassinger works, since July 2015, as junior researcher at the Institute of Creative\Media/Technologies at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences (Austria).

He graduated, in 2016, from the University of Applied Sciences (Austria) with a Master of Science. Since July 2016, Florian has been involved in the "Seekoi" aka "Mobilot" and "Couragierte Gemeinde" projects at FH St. Pölten. Both projects are highly interesting and involve various social and technical tasks. Mobilot for example is a system for creating context based contents easily. Beside his project works, he also works as Tutor and gives courses in his fields of specialization.

Education

  • 8th Sept. 2014 graduated with honors, BSc; Bachelorthesis: PAL (Part Average Learning) mit neuronalen Netzwerken; Statistische Mustererkennung mit neuronalen Netzwerken;
  • 15th Sept. 2016 graduated with honors, MSc; Masterthesis: Development of a mobile service for basic life support: With emphasis on sensor data protocol design and real time CPR signal processing;

Internships

  • February - August 2013: Assistant at the university of applied sciences in St. Pölten; Research group: Industrial Simulation
  • March - Mai 2014: Research assistant at the university of applied sciences in St. Pölten; Research group: Industrial Simulation

Recent Publications

Grassinger, F., J. Doppler, M. Wagner, and W. Aigner, "LifeStream: Design and prototypical implementation of a monitoring system for dispatch life support", Proceedings of the 10th Forum Media Technology 2017, St. Pölten, CEUR-WS, pp. 41-45, 11/2017.
Niederer, C., H. Stitz, R. Hourieh, F. Grassinger, W. Aigner, and M. Streit, "TACO: Visualizing Changes in Tables Over Time", IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (InfoVis '17), Phoenix, Arizona USA, IEEE, 2017.
Reinsperger, S., F. Grassinger, I. Miclaus, G. Schmiedl, B. Schmiedl, and K. Blumenstein, "Location-Based Learning Games Made Easy", Proceedings of the 9th Forum Media Technology 2016: CEUR-WS, pp. 23–31, 2016.