Martin Daumer received the diploma in Physics in 1990 and the Ph.D. in mathematics both from the Ludwig-Maximilians- University Munich, Germany in 1995. In 1987 he was a summer student at CERN, Geneva, and in 1992 he spent one year with a stipend of the DAAD at the Department for Mathematics at the Rutgers University, New Jersey. From 1993–1996 he was a member and later post-doc of the interdisciplinary graduate college “Mathematics in its relationship with Physics” from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG. Since 1996 he is heading the Research group “Online Monitoring in Medicine” in cooperation with the Sonderforschungsbereich 386 “Statistical Analysis of Discrete Structures” at the Institute for Medical Statistics and Epidemiology of the Technical University of Munich. He has published more than 40 articles about topics in quantum physics, scattering theory, probability theory, biosignal processing and holds patents for methods and devices for change-point detection and internetbased monitoring of biosignals. In 1999 he founded the IT-company Trium Analysis Online, which is playing a central role in various national (BMBF) and international research projects, for example, the Sylvia Lawry Centre for Multiple Sclerosis Research.
Biography Updated on 13 May 2001