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- Reiner Creutzburg
- Born: December 25, 1953, Wismar (Germany)
- 1976 Diploma Thesis: "Cybic polynomials over Galois fields.", University of Rostock, Department of Mathematics, Germany
- 1985 Doctoral Thesis (Dr. rer. nat.): "Finite signal convolutions and finite signal transforms over commutative rings with identity", University of Rostock, Department of Mathematics, Germany
- 1997/98 Visiting Professor, Tampere International Center for Signal Processing (TICSP), Tampere University of Technology, Finland
- since 1994 Head and Founding Director of the INM - Institute for Networking and Multimedia Brandenburg e.V.
- 1992-1995 Member of the Founding Senate, Fachhochschule Brandenburg
- since 1992- Full Professor of Computer Science, Fachhochschule Brandenburg - University of Applied Sciences, Brandenburg, Germany
- 1990-1992 Assistent Professor, University of Karlsruhe, Institute of Algorithms and Cognitive Systems, Germany
- 1987-1989 Head of the Research Section "Image Processing" and elected Member of the Research Council "Artificial Intelligence" for East Germany
- 1986-1989 Founder and Head of the "International Base Laboratory of Image Processing and Computer Graphics" for East European countries at the Central Institute of Cybernetics and Information Proceeses of the Academy of Sciences (Berlin), Germany
- 1985-1989 Assistent Professor, Central Institute of Cybernetics and Information Proceeses of the Academy of Sciences (Berlin), Department of Digital Image Processing, Germany
- 1981-1985 Research Scientist, University of Rostock, Department of Mathematics, Germany
- 1977-1981 Research Engineer, University of Rostock, Department of Physics, Germany
- 1976-1977 Research Scientist, Technical Highschool Wismar, Department of Physics, Germany
Topics of Interest:
- digital signal and image processing, fast algorithms and transforms
- fractals, wavelet transforms, data and image compression
- algebraic approaches to signal processing
- networked multimedia technology and education
- electronic commerce
- computer architecture (parallel memory organization, memory conflicts, skewing schemes, data access)
- consulting for companies and governmental agencies (multimedia, image processing, internet consulting), innovation and technology transfer
- 3 books
- 2 patents
- approx. 80 articles
- preprints and conference papers.