Florian Ganglberger completed his PhD, on which he worked in the Biomedical Image Informatics Group since January 2014, in September 2019. Before, he studied Medical Informatics at TU Vienna and gained some experiences in biomedical data/image analysis at several institutions (CeMM, Medical University of Vienna, Biocrates Life Science AG, Medical University of Innsbruck as a PhD Student). He is currently enlisted in the IMP projects for the Wulf Haubensak group. Those suit quite well to his primary research interests: Neuroinformatics, biomedical image/data analysis, statistics and visual analytics. He has expertise in statistical analysis, various biomedical image modalities (Confocal microscopy, fMRI, MRI, CT, DTI), feature extraction, multivariate data analysis and several programming/script languages like Matlab, R, C/C++, Java etc. He is also eager to extend his knowledge of neurobiology and genetics. Recently Florian Ganglbergers work was featured in the press (Die Presse: "Interaktiver Zugang zum Gehirn" and ORF Science: "Eine digitale Bibliothek fürs Gehirn").
Honorable Mention at Best Short Paper Award of VCBM 2019 for paper "Feasibility Study For Automatic Bird Tracking and Visualization from Time-Dependent Marine Radar Imagery"
Best Poster Award, 12. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Computer- und Roboterassistierte Chirurgie e.V. (November 2013)