Mr. Ollhoff is a visiting scientist from Germany and currently assigned to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Prior to this assignment, he served as Program Manager and Maintenance Officer in the German Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement. His military assignments include squad leader, platoon leader and company commander within the Engineer branch of the German Army. Mr. Ollhoff is a graduate of University of Oldenburg. His academic interests include software quality assurance, real-time operating systems, human–machine interface design and artificial intelligence.
Career Examination for the Senior-Level Technical Administrative Service, Mannheim, Germany, 2009M.S., Computer Science, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, 2008
S. Roettger, S. Vetter and S. Ollhoff, "Advantages of magnetic mice over trackballs as computer input devices on moving platforms", Proceedings of 23rd World Congress of the International Traffic Medicine Association, (Hamburg, Germany), June 2014
Mr. Ollhoff’s research interests include the following areas:
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