Betreuer: Scott Thiebes
Forschungsgruppe: Critical Information Infrastructures
Following the general hype about cloud computing, adoption of cloud services in several industries is on the rise. Especially in the health care sector, cloud services are being deployed ever so frequently in order to account for the increased need to support medical processes with modern information technology. However, the health care sector is traditionally slow in adopting innovative information technology and as such cloud computing is still a relatively new technological innovation in health care. To this end, we are especially interested in theses related to the adoption of cloud services in several health care scenarios (e.g., genomics), protection of health-related data in cloud computing environments, and meaningful use of cloud computing in health care.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
- Security and privacy of health care cloud services
- Comparison/evaluation of cloud services in genomics
- Cloud service adoption decisions in genomics
This is an umbrella topic since topics of interest change rapidly. Students are encouraged to propose a topic of interest to them within the topic area.
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