VIENNA, Austria, Nov. 30, 2011 /CNW/ - Henrik Quintel is a graduate
computer scientist with a vision: he has spent years of his free time
working on a model that improves the understanding of brain disorders.
He is supported in his ambitious task by the simulation software AMUSE
from Viennese software producer LieberLieber.
In a personal discussion, Quintel very quickly outs himself as a fan of
Vienna: "I actually came upon the idea for my project through the works
of Sigmund Freud. He wanted to learn more about the conscious mind
using psychological methods. I also make use of technical resources to
learn more about the complex processes in the brain!" The aim of his
project is to use a robot to present movement disorders caused by brain
disorders, having previously simulated them on the computer with AMUSE
(an Enterprise Architect plug-in).
The graduate computer scientist maintains close contact in this regard
with the Bernstein Network. This association promotes the new
discipline of "Computational Neuroscience", in which biologists,
physicians, psychologists, physicists, mathematicians and computer
scientists work together.
As Quintel pursues his work solely in his free time, the
price/performance ratio was also decisive when choosing the resources
used. As the research work grew, he started to search for simulation
software. He initially came across an expensive solution, before
discovering AMUSE. "This solution is extremely affordable, offers
excellent simulation possibilities and vastly simplifies my work. Since
2010, they have been friendly enough to provide me with an academic
licence," says a delighted Quintel.
Visit LieberLieber at the OMG Technical Meeting Exhibition: December
12-16, 2011 - Hyatt Regency, Santa Clara, CA 95054 - LieberLieber CEO
Daniel Siegl would be pleased to explain all new features of AMUSE 2.0
SOURCE LieberLieber Software
For further information:
Ruediger Maier, LieberLieber Software, +43-1-9072627-204; firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.lieberlieber.com