Christian Schauer

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  • N Hock, J Schneider, S Borrmann, A R Ompp, G Moortgat, T Franze +3 others
  • 2007
Detailed investigations of the chemical and microphysical properties of rural continental aerosols were performed during the HAZE2002 experiment, which was conducted in May 2002 at the Meteorological Observatory Hohenpeissenberg (DWD) in Southern Germany. 5 The online measurement data and techniques included: size-resolved chemical composition of submicron(More)
The reconstruction of destroyed paper documents became of more interest during the last years. On the one hand it (often) occurs that documents are destroyed by mistake while on the other hand this type of application is relevant in the fields of forensics and archeology, e.g., for evidence or restoring ancient documents. Within this paper, we present a new(More)
In Austria, 700 women are diagnosed every year with ovarian carcinoma. Approximately 15% of the patients with epithelial ovarian cancer have a germline mutation in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes. The increased incidence of breast and/or ovarian cancer in genetically related family members has given rise to the term "hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome"(More)
  • Christian Schauer, Betreuung Betreuer, Univ Dipl, Ing Techn Günther, Raidl Mitwirkung, Dipl.-Ing +4 others
  • 2010
This master thesis focuses on the reconstruction of destroyed text documents, which were mechanically destructed with the help of so-called cross-cut shredders. These machines cut a piece of paper into equally sized, usually rectangular, slices, which leads to the fact that these shreds are indistinguishable on the basis of their shape. The ambition of this(More)
BACKGROUND Only 50% of gallbladder cancers (GBC) are recognized before operation and the remaining tumors are diagnosed during surgery or afterwards by the pathologist. These situations may demand substantial modifications of the proceeding during surgery as well as the need for reoperation in some cases. Therefore, the time of diagnosis may strongly(More)