Donnerstag, 01.02.2018

New Professor of Mechatronics

In February 2018, Georg Schildbach has joined IME as a new Professor for mechatronics. His research group will be focussed on the control of autonomous systems. Georg's expertise is in the field of control theory, machine learning, and numerical optimization. He has held industrial and academic...

Mittwoch, 15.11.2017

Der Universitätslehrpreis 2017 geht ans IME!

Dr. Christian Hoffman, Studiengangskoordinator für den Studiengang Robotik und Autonome Systeme und PostDoc am Institut für Medizinische Elektrotechnik gewinnt den renommierten Lehrpreis der Universität zu Lübeck. Sein Innovatives Seminarformat zum Thema “Ethik innovativer Technologien“ motiviert...

Dienstag, 10.10.2017

New Georg Forster Research Fellow at the IME!

We are all very happy and excited to welcome Hossameldin Abbas, who was recently awarded a Georg Forster Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundations to stay at the Institute of Electrical Engineering at the University of Lübeck for 18 month. Hossam is a...

Montag, 25.09.2017

The IME presented two well received contributions on biomedical signal processing at the BMT 2017 in Dresden!

Montag, 25.09.2017

Publication in Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing

Our joint article "Determination of respiratory system compliance during pressure support ventilation by small variations of pressure support" with our dear colleagues from UKSH Kiel was accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing. The article can be found...

Donnerstag, 27.04.2017

Paper accepted for the EMBC 2017 in Jeju, Korea

Our conference paper "A Template Subtraction Method for the Removal of Cardiogenic Oscillations on Esophageal Pressure Signals" has been accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.

Freitag, 07.04.2017

Great research opportunity for students at the world largest linear accelerator!

The 3.4km long XFEL at DESY in Hamburg is the world's largest linear accelerator. It has just been launched...