Dipl.-Ing.
Peter Pharow

Computer Scientist

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Personal Data

 

Birth date: September 14, 1959
Birthplace: Wilkau-Haßlau, Saxony
Citizenship: Germany

Location

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Phone:
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Address: University of Regensburg Medical Center
eHealth Competence Center, Franz-Josef-Strauß-Allee 11, 93053 Regensburg, Germany
Email: peter.pharowzz@web.de

Study and education

  • Wilkau-Haßlau High School, 1978
  • Technical Cybernetics, Automation and Electrical Engineering, Dresden University of Technology (TU), 1986

Graduations

  • Engineer (Diploma Degree), Technical Cybernetics, Automation and Electrical Engineering, Dresden University of Technology (TU), 1986

Professional Life

  • Research & Development Department, Messgerätewerk GmbH Magdeburg (Magdeburg Measuring Instruments Ltd), R&D Engineer
  • Software Development, IKS GmbH Magdeburg, Lecturer and Developer
  • IT and Controlling Department, TGL Sachsen-Anhalt, IT Manager
  • Medical Informatics Department, Institute for Biometry and Medical Informatics, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Senior Researcher
  • Health Telematics Project Group, Fraunhofer Society, Institute for Integrated Circuits Erlangen, Senior Researcher

Editorial Experience

  • Referee for Medical Informatics Europe 2005
  • Referee for different GMDS Annual Conferences
  • Referee for different international journals (e.g. IJMI, TITB)

Participation in Standards Groups

  • Member of DIN FG Medical Informatics
  • Vice-Chair of DIN WG 4 “Security”; member of DIN WG 5 “Cards”

Scientific Associations

  • European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI), Council Member; WG “Cards”, Co-Chair (from 2006)
  • German Medical Informatics Association (GMDS), WG “Data Protection in Health Information Systems”, Chair (from 2005)

Working Areas

  • Security, safety, quality in Health Informatics
  • Legal aspects in Health Informatics
  • Data-Security and Data-Protection
  • Security services and mechanisms
  • Cryptographic algorithms
  • Security infrastructure nationally and internationally
  • Security policy, policy templates
  • Health Professional Cards (HPCs)
  • Trusted Third Party Infrastructures (TTP), Services, Certificates
  • Health networks, Internet
  • User behaviour