Dr. Bernhard Klein



Bernhard Klein received his diploma degree in Computer Science from the Technical University of Munich and a doctoral degree at the University of Vienna in economic and social sciences. After his Computer Science study he worked for Siemens Corporate Research in Princeton at the Multimedia & Video Technology department. His duties included research and development of product prototypes for video collaboration, annotation and archiving. After several years in the industry he decided to go back to the university for a doctoral study. During this time, he worked as a research assistant and lecturer for the Distributed and Multimedia Systems research group at the University of Vienna. During a research collaboration he transferred to the University of Deusto in Spain, where he joined the Mobility Research Lab. As project manager and senior researcher he participated in several European projects in the area of smart homes and smart cities. Since February 2014 he moved to the Singapore ETH centre, where he first started as postdoctoral researcher working for Module IX Simulation Platform and very recently as project coordinator for the Big Data Informed Urban Design Project. His research interests include big data analytics, spatio-temporal data mining, and ubiquitous computing.