Johannes Martinek

FH-Prof. DI Dr. Johannes Martinek

Program Director Bachelor Biomedical Engineering
Program Direct Master Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology

Contact

+43 1 333 40 77-2291johannes.martinek@technikum-wien.at

Personal Information and Education

  • PhD Thesis and Graduation at the Vienna University of Technology (in the field of Modeling and Simulation, accomplished at the Department Biomedical Engineering and Physics at the Vienna Medical School)
  • Master’s Thesis and Graduation at the Vienna University of Technology
  • Study of Technical Mathematics at the Vienna University of Technology and specialization in Mathematical Computer-Sciences
  • Secondary School, GRG VIII Albertgasse (Vienna) 
  • Born in Vienna 

Career

  • since 2008 Lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien
  • since 2007 Deputy Program Director of Studies of Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology
  • Juli 2006 – Mai 2009 Project Assistant at Technical University Vienna
  • Oct. 2004 – Feb. 2008 external lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien 
  • Jan. 2004 – Juni 2006 Developement of Database and dataanalysis at WSP (Wilhelminenspital – Vienna) 

Activities at UAS Technikum Wien

  • Deputy Program Director of Studies of Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology
  • Lessons in the fields of Biomedical Engineering, Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology as well as Sports-Equipment Technology
  • Coordinator for „Biomedical Informatics“ (Department of Biomedical Engineering) 

Teaching Focus

  • Applied Informatics in the fields of Biomedical Engineering and Sports-Equipment Technology
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Supervision of projects in the field of Rehabilitation Technology
  • Supervision of Bachelor- und Master’s Thesis in the fields of Biomedical Engineering and Sports-Equipment Technology as well as Rehabilitation Technology

Publikationen

Vergleich des decompositionierten und des überlagerten Elektromyogramms zur Analyse der Muskelermüdung
  • Sarah Langer, Iris Nemec, Josef Kollmitzer, Matthias Scherer, Johannes Martinek (2022)
Evaluation of Wearable Multimodal Sensor Insoles for Motion-pattern Measurements in Stroke Rehabilitation – a Pilot Study
  • Veronika David, Mathias Forjan, Johannes Martinek, Stefan Kotzian, Harald Jagos, Dietmar Rafolt (2017)
Influence of the electrode position on the electrical field distribution and excitation of a denervated muscle fiber
  • Johannes Martinek, Yvonne Stickler, Winfried Mayr, Frank Rattay (2008)
eHealth und eCard an der Fachhochschule Technikum Wien
  • Martin Reichel, Johannes Martinek, Stefan Sauermann, Fritz Schmöllebeck (2008)
Simulationen zur Funktionellen Elektrostimulation: Effektive Elektrodenkonfigurationen zur Muskelstimulation
  • Frank Rattay, Johannes Martinek, Yvonne Stickler, Karen Minassian (2007)
FE-Modellierung für Implantate als Alternative zur transkutanen Elektrostimulation des langzeitdenervierten Oberschenkels
  • Thomas Mandl, Fahdi Dohnal, Yvonne Stickler, Johannes Martinek, Martin Reichel, Winfried Mayr, Frank Rattay (2006)
Simulation der elektrischen Stimulation im menschlichen Oberschenkel mit Hilfe von FEMLAB
  • Johannes Martinek, Yvonne Stickler, Fahdi Dohnal, Martin Reichel, Winfried Mayr, Frank Rattay (2006)
Fachhochschule Technikum Wien - Fernlab in der Lehre
  • Johannes Martinek, Martin Reichel, Mario Strummer, Fritz Schmöllebeck (2006)
Electrical stimulation of denervated skeletal muscles: a modeling study of transcutaneous stimulation
  • Johannes Martinek, Yvonne Sticker, Martin Reichel, Frank Rattay (2006)
Fachhochschule Technikum Wien – Femlab in der Lehre
  • Johannes Martinek, Martin Reichl, Martin Strummer, Fritz Schmöllebeck (2006)
Analysis of calculated electrical activation of denervated muscle fibres in the human thigh
  • Johannes Martinek, Frank Rattay, Winfried Mayr (2004)
Analyse der Aktivierung von denervierten Muskelfasern im menschlichen Oberschenkel bei FES
  • Johannes Martinek, Martin Reichel, Winfried Mayr, Frank Rattay (2003)
Simulation der Funktioniellen Elektrostimulation an der denervierten Oberschenkelmuskulatur
  • Martin Reichel, Johannes Martinek, Frank Rattay, Winfried Mayr (2003)
Simulation der Funktionellen Elektrostimulation an der denervierten Oberschenkelmuskulatur
  • Martin Reichel, Johannes Martinek, Frank Rattay, Winfried Mayr (2003)