The Newsenselab Team
Our goal is to make chronic illnesses which occur in recurring attacks or episodes controllable for those affected. Alongside the development of software algorithms for the early recognition of attacks, we are working on mobile therapy methods for sufferers. Our first product is the headache and migraine app M-sense, which is available at the German Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
Stefan studied industrial engineering and human factors. He conducted research in human-computer interaction for the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) as well as app evaluation studies for Deutsche Bahn AG (DB-Navigator) and Deutsche Telekom AG. In addition to this, he is the co-founder of the Cyborgs e.V. society in Berlin.
By training, Markus is a theoretical physicist. Previously, he spent more than 20 years in academic research using computer models to understand the pathophysiology of migraine. Important parts of his research have been published in migraine textbooks. Market access, medical science liaison, and regulatory affairs are his new responsibilities.
Martin studied web and media technology and worked for the software and consultancy company CRP Informationssysteme GmbH as a software architect and developer. As a freelance software engineer, he has gained extensive experience in the integration of software and hardware systems.
Simon studied cognitive science and computational neuroscience and was part of the Machine Learning Group at the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin). As a data scientist and software developer for Ocado and Zalando, he worked on the development of statistical prototypes and their implementation into executable statistical systems.
Diana studied political sciences and sociology. After her studies, she co-built the IPTV music channel MotorTV and worked as a radio editor at MotorFM as well as in the music editorial office for Puls/BR. She recently managed the online editorial team for the Berlin-based radio station FluxFM and supervised the station’s app.
What experts say about our headache and migraine app M-sense: