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Pieter Van Gorp works as an associate professor in Information Systems at Eindhoven University of Technology. He has a Ph.D. degree in Model-Driven Software Engineering from the University of Antwerp. His own research line focuses on digital health platforms. Besides that, he manages the program of health data science within the Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute (EAISI).
His research on digital health platforms covers engineering topics like workflow management and privacy-by-design, typically with the aim to promote long-term engagement. Since 2015, he is leading GameBus, delivering a playful and data-driven app suite that engages families and friends to a healthier lifestyle. Regarding workflow management, he has contributed to Tracebook, a dynamic checklist support system. He has also studied transformations and analyses for advanced process models (among others in relation to protocol compliance). Regarding privacy-by-design, Van Gorp has performed research on MyPHRMachines and he has supported a Personal Health Record (PHR) scale-up via a one-year sabbatical. Finally, Van Gorp has always been a strong proponent of open science (as illustrated by his work on SHARE.)
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