Marc Streit (Johannes Kepler University Linz), Samuel Gratzl (formerly Johannes Kepler University Linz), Alexander Lex (University of Utah), and Nils Gehlenborg (Harvard Medical School).
Marc, Sam, Alex, and Nils have collaborated on dozens of research papers and released many open-source software packages for biomedical data analysis. While we love research and remain committed to open source, we created Datavisyn to make the latest scientific and technological advances available to commercial entities and provide services—such as data integration and custom solutions—that are not possible in an academic context.
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Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Utah
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School
Inclusiveness – Datavisyn champions inclusiveness and encourages all members of the team to contribute in their own way.
Teamwork – We excel only as a team. We build on each other’s strengths and learn from each other’s mistakes.
Openness — We are always open to ideas and requests from each other and invite everybody to speak up.
Excellence – We are committed to delivering innovative solutions with cutting-edge technology.
Integrity – From our open-source code to our shared scrum boards for agile teams, integrity and transparency are intrinsic to our work.
Commitment – Commitment is a key principle not only of agile software development, but also of all Datavisyn endeavors.
Datavisyn is located in the Science Park 4 on the campus of the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria.
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