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studied technical mathematics at Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien),
having specialized in simulation, operations research, and statistics. After
completing his studies, he spent time in Glasgow, where he researched kernel
methods for use in discrete event simulation models. In 2001 he joined the
Seibersdorf research center, firstly as a project manager, later becoming head
of the "Process optimization" work group, where he conducted and
managed national and international research projects on transport logistics,
location-specific logistics, and global supply chains. Whilst still carrying
out his research, he also began teaching at various higher education
institutions across Austria, which later became his main profession.
has been part of SSI SCHÄFER IT Solutions GmbH since 2013. He was originally
responsible for building up data analysis and simulation within the company, a
role which later grew to encompass data science and artificial
intelligence/machine learning. As a military expert for reserve force logistics
with a particular focus on military operations research, he also acts as a
consultant for the Austrian army, providing expert advice about the development
of mathematic models and processes in the military sector. Markus Klug has
extensive knowledge and experience, as demonstrated by his various academic
publications, lectures, membership of academic program committees, session
chairs at academic conferences, and his capacity as a reviewer for
international specialist journals.
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