Seehusen completes his lectures on the Sentences in 1404 and is licensed in September 1405 at the University of Vienna. He becomes dean for one term in 1408, but the Acta of the faculty doesn’t mention his name after 1410.
Cf. W.J. Courtenay, « From Dinkelsbülhl’s Quaestiones Communes to the Vienna Group Commentary. The Vienna ‘School‘, 1415-1425 », in ed. M. Brînzei, Nicholas of Dinkelsbülhl and the Sentences at Vienna in the Early Fifteenth Century, Turnhout 2015, pp. 267-315, esp. 276, 277, 281, 298.