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Andreas Eger is a graduate of Nuremberg University of Applied Sciences, where he received his B. Sc. in applied Mathematics and Physics in 2018. He received his M. Sc. In Physics as graduate at Chemnitz Technical University in 2020. He then joined ICCAS as a research fellow in December 2020. His research interests are simulation models and the application of physics in medicine, with a particularly focus on Doppler sonography on the common carotid artery.