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Nivethika Mahasivam

Nivethika Mahasivam

Nivethika pursed International Master in Service Engineering, a multidisciplinary joint-master program between University of Stuttgart, University of Crete and Tilburg University, focusing on trending topics such as SOA, Cloud computing and architecture, Business process management and Distributed computing. She worked on a well-received master thesis with the collaboration of SINTEF, Oslo to provide a scalable data preparation system to dynamically build pipeline during interactive data preparation process, for large volumes of data. Before starting her master studies, she worked as a Software Engineer for 2 years for Cambio Healthcare Systems in Sri Lanka, who provides one of the leading eHealthcare system in Scandinavia. She holds a bachelor degree in Computer Engineering from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. She is interested in contributing to open-source solutions in the research and innovation sector. She has experiences in various programming languages and open-source frameworks. Today, she is interested in applying service engineering concepts for the betterment of the society, which encouraged her to join The Hyve.

Recent Posts

Enriched clinical trial data with remotely collected patient-reported outcomes using aRMT app

March 07, 2019 | By Nivethika Mahasivam 0
The obstacle to efficient usage of clinical trial data "How can we get more out of clinical trial data? And as a result, obtain more comprehensive, consistent and reliable outcomes from clinical trials?" In a traditional clinical trial set-up,[…]
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Wrapping up 2018: RADAR-base milestones

December 20, 2018 | By Nivethika Mahasivam 0
The Hyve can look back on a productive and prominent year for RADAR-base as we reached a number of important milestones. We have made significant improvements to the platform and many partners of RADAR-CNS have incorporated RADAR-base in their[…]
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Advanced wearable data visualisation options in RADAR-Base

October 31, 2018 | By Nivethika Mahasivam 0
The RADAR-base platform collects a wealth of sensor data from smartphones and wearable devices. User-friendly and highly adaptable data visualisations help scientists to analyse the data at individual participant level or at study level.
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RADAR-base: using wearables during the Utrecht Singelloop run 2018

October 05, 2018 | By Nivethika Mahasivam 0
At The Hyve we aim to improve life sciences, but also to create ‘Happy Hyvers’. The 68th edition of the Utrecht Singelloop run is happening on October 7th. Following the tradition of the last 3 years, a team of ten runners is participating in the[…]
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Easy and secure study management via RADAR-base

May 16, 2018 | By Nivethika Mahasivam 0
The RADAR-base Management Portal is a one-stop shop for managing remote patient monitoring studies. . The portal is designed to facilitate easy and secure management of studies and data collected by wearable devices.
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