Dr. Dietmar Bruckner
Bruckner, Ph.D. is
Technical Manager – Open Automation Technologies at
Bernecker + Rainer Industrie-Elektronik Ges.m.b.H..
Dietmar was previously Project Manager at Vienna University of Technology. He managed the cognitive automation research group where his research interests included ambient assisted living, intelligent environments, intelligent automation systems, and, in general, models for more intelligent decision units.
He coedited Simulating the Mind, coauthored Communication and Computation in Buildings: A Short Introduction and Overview, Hierarchical Semantic Processing Architecture for Smart Sensors in Surveillance Networks, Behavior Learning in Dwelling Environments with Hidden Markov Models, Psychoanalytical Model for Automation and Robotics, Emulating the Perceptual System of the Brain for the Purpose of Sensor Fusion, and Neuro-Symbolic Networks: Introduction to a New Information Processing Principle. Read the full list of his publications!
Dietmar is the Secretary of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Technical Committee on Building Automation, Control, and Management and the Chapter Coordinator of the IEEE Austria Section. He is a member of the Austrian Electrotechnical Association. He has been actively involved in organizing international IEEE conferences as Technical Program Chair, Track Chair, and Special Session Chair.
Dietmar earned his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology in 2004. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Technical Sciences at the Vienna University of Technology in 2007 with the dissertation Probabilistic models in building automation: recognizing scenarios with statistical methods.
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