Hello and welcome!
My name is Jakob Rossner. Happily married and parent of 1 child. I love tech, design and health. My background is in Mobile Development, Biotechnology, Creative Digital Media, Game Design, and even a bit Japanese. I’ve also completed an MBA / Master of Business Administration in 2021.
I work as a Developer & Designer/Administrator for the University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Medicine. I often joke that I’m a “One Man Army” and feel this holds true to this day. I’ve had the pleasure of living 12 years in Germany, 16 years in Norway, and 8 years in the UK. I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside some really talented people and acquire valuable knowledge & experience.
Areas of Interest: Public Health, UI, VR, Educational Apps, Malaria, UX (User Experience Design), Fencing (épée). Feel free to look at my work, contact me or add me on LinkedIn.
LIFE Project on the BBC News (15/03/2017) – oxlifeproject.org/2017/03/16/life-project-on-the-bbc-news/
HTC Vive CES 2017 Day 2 Recap – https://twitter.com/htcvive/status/817806001470509059/video/1
This new mobile game might save lives, with the help of VR – http://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/this-new-mobile-game-might-save-lives-with-the-help-of-vr-1316752
The mobile game that might help African babies survive beyond their first day on Earth – www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/14384869.The_mobile_game_that_might_help_African_babies_survive_beyond_their_first_day_on_Earth/
The 8 most impressive social good innovations from July – http://mashable.com/2016/08/01/social-good-innovations-july-2016/?utm_content=buffera187c#t8nWZC83.mqb
Game shows mosquito’s-eye view of malaria – www.ox.ac.uk/news/2015-04-24-game-shows-mosquitos-eye-view-malaria
Satellite Tracking, Gaming Take on Malaria – http://blogs.voanews.com/techtonics/2015/05/22/satellite-tracking-gaming-take-on-malaria/?from=lister