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Rudolf Hanel

Rudolf Hanel is a faculty member of the Complexity Science Hub.

After earning his PhD in theoretical physics in 1999 and postgraduate training in medical physics, he has published extensively on a wide range of topics ranging from statistical physics to robotics to medical imaging, complex systems and evolution. He has presented his research results at a number of international conferences and universities.

Rudi was involved in scientific research at the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Vienna. He developed an experimental virtual endoscopy tool. He also worked at the Department of Theoretical Physics at KU Leuven, in Belgium, working on neural networks’ statistical properties.

He was at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Physics, University of Vienna. He worked on a project on medical robotics in cooperation with the Austrian Research Center. He worked later with VisionLab, Department of Physics, University of Antwerp, on MR image enhancement.

Rudi’s current interests aim at a thorough understanding of non-equilibrium processes, their thermodynamic properties and associated phase transitions, and tipping phenomena, i.e. leaps of creative destruction in the evolution of complex non-equilibrium systems.

Additionally, he is an associate professor at the Medical University of Vienna.

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