Max Haberbusch

Max Haberbusch, PhD

Postdoctoral Associate
Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Medical University of Vienna


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Max Haberbusch, PhD is an enthusiastic academic who has made significant contributions to the field of vagus nerve stimulation for cardiac applications. After graduating with a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Vienna University of Technology, he subsequently earned a PhD with Distinction for his research on developing phenomenological models and control strategies to restore vagal heart rate control through closed-loop vagus nerve stimulation.

Currently serving as a postdoc at the Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering at the Medical University of Vienna, Dr. Haberbusch is involved in investigating the development and simulation of cardiovascular devices and hemodynamics for diagnostic and therapeutic tools in the field of cardiovascular dynamics. Dr. Haberbusch has extensive experience and knowledge in the mathematical modeling of biological systems, physiological control algorithms, electrical nerve stimulation and neuromodulation, and biomedical signal processing. He has also worked with various techniques, methods, and infrastructures such as lumped-parameter modeling, sensitivity analysis, parallel computing, control engineering, and machine learning. Additionally, Dr. Haberbusch has significant experience working with isolated rabbit heart systems, animal models, electrophysiological measurements, and hemodynamic measurements.