Dr. Niklas Keller

Berlin - Founder 2015

Dr. Niklas Keller is a research associate at the Clinic for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine at the Charité University Medicine, Berlin, and an associated scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, as well as the “Decision Engineering and Decision Sciences” lab at the Michigan Technological University.

The work and research focus of Niklas Keller lies in the field of organizational psychology, developing methods to support decisions in critical situations, as well as risk communication and defensive decision-making. In cooperation with the German Armed Forces, he developed simple decision support tools to differentiate between civilians and suicide bombers at military checkpoints. In his work at the Charité, he teaches medical students and physicians to interpretat and communicate medical statistics and develops tools to improve post-operative patient allocation.

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