Montag, 19.07.2021

Comprehensive muscle simulator now available on github

The simulation model and software described in our publication “A Comprehensive Mathematical Model of Motor Unit Pool Organization, Surface Electromyography and Force Generation” is now available open source on github!

The simulator...

Donnerstag, 03.06.2021

IME part of Consortium working on new MCEA Medical Cause and Effects Analysis: Gateway to hybrid Health Care AI project

The IME has partnered with several institutes from the university of Lübeck, the University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Plato AG and the UniTransferKlinik GmbH to develop a medical AI expert system. The MCEA project explores a system to support diagnoses and advice on therapy modes...

Donnerstag, 27.05.2021

The Fraunhofer Research Institution for Individualized and Cell-Based Medical Engineering IMTE gets the green light

Individualized medical engineering is the answer to a growing demand for precision diagnostic techniques that identify patient-specific and disease-specific influencing factors and use these to develop highly effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment procedures with few side effects. This is...

Dienstag, 27.04.2021

IME wins Thomas Fredenhagen Special Prize 2021 for technology transfer

Prof. Dr. Philipp Rostalski wins the Thomas Fredenhagen Special Award 2021 for Technology Transfer. The award is endowed with 5.000€ and was awarded for the IME's longstanding research and transfer activities with the company Dräger. A large number of high impact research articles and patents...

Mittwoch, 17.03.2021

The IME launches the "Baltic Future Port" project together with regional industry and research partners!

As part of the recently launched "Baltic Future Port" project, it is planned to develop a concept for testing 5G technologies at the port of Lübeck. The handling processes at the port are essentially IT-supported. Particularly in security areas, the processes must be improved utilizing very...

Freitag, 15.01.2021

IME is part of the autonomous offshore drone project

In the future, maintenance of offshore wind turbines will play an increasingly important role due to safety, lifetime and economic efficiency, because of the aggravating environmental conditions.

The aim of this project is to develop a concept for automatic inspection of offshore wind...

Donnerstag, 24.09.2020

Eike Petersen receives award for patient safety in medical engineering

In a joint work with M.Sc. Jan Graßhoff and Prof. Philipp Rostalski, M.Sc. Eike Petersen was awarded with the second place in the 2020 prize for patient safety in medical engineering by the German...