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Background & Position

Bernhard Glaser studied Computer Science at the University of Karlsruhe (KIT) and graduated in 2007. After three years as a freelancing software developer and project manager in the medical billing and hygiene software sector, he joined how to organize GmbH in Berlin, a subsidiary of the internationally active medical technology manufacturer Karl Storz, where he worked as a project and product manager.

In 2011 he joined ICCAS as a research fellow in the research group “Model Based Automation and Integration”.

Research Areas

  • requirements engineering, (agile) project management and quality management for medical software
  • special interfaces in the medical sector (HL7, xDT, VDDS…)
  • (business) process management approaches for clinics, both inside and outside of the operating room




Glaser B, Dänzer S, Neumuth T

Intra-operative surgical instrument usage detection on a multi-sensor table. (Artikel)

Int J Comput Asist Radiol Surg, S. 1-12, 2014.

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Glaser B, Neumuth T

A concept for an interactive scrub nurse training system. (Konferenzbeitrag)

12th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Sciences. Universität Leipzig, S. 121, 2013.



Glaser B, Neumuth T

Konzeption und Basisarchitektur eines OP-Instrumententisch-Überwachungssystems. (Konferenzbeitrag)

11 Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Computer- und Roboterassistierte Chirurgie eV - CURAC. 2012, 2012.


Glaser B, Neumuth T

Towards an architecture and a graphical user interface for intra-operative detection of surgical instruments (Konferenzbeitrag)

11th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Sciences. Universität Leipzig; 2012., S. 108, 2012.



Glaser B, Neumuth T

A concept for intra-operative identification of surgical instruments using 2D camera data and scales (Konferenzbeitrag)

10th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Sciences. Universität Leipzig; 2011, S. 146, 2011.



Pardowitz M, Glaser B, Dillmann R

Learning repetitive robot programs from demonstrations using version space algebra (Artikel)

13th IASTED International Conference on Telematics, S. 394-399, 2007.