Mittwoch, 04.03.2020

Neue Sprecher des Fachausschusses AUTOMED der DGBMT/GMA im VDI/VDE

Auf dem AUTOMED 2020 Symposium am 2. und 3.3.2020 in Lübeck wurde Prof Philipp Rostalski, Universität zu Lübeck (in der Mitte) als neuer Sprecher des Fachausschusses AUTOMED gewählt. Als stellvertretende Sprecher wird er unterstützt von Dr. Kathrin Lunze, ABIOMED Europe GmbH...

Mittwoch, 04.03.2020

IME’s Jan Grasshoff to win Dräger best paper award at the AUTOMED 2020

With his paper entitled Spatio-Temporal Gaussian Processes for Separation of Ventilation and Perfusion Related Signals in EIT Data, Jan Grasshoff won the second prize at the Dräger best paper award 2020. With his contribution to AUTOMED 2020 Jan showed the applicability of Gaussian...

Mittwoch, 04.03.2020

The IME successfully hosted the AUTOMED 2020 in Lübeck

From March 2nd to 3rd the AUTOMED Symposium was held in Lübeck. More than 85 registered participants and almost two days full of research on control in biomedical applications made the AUTOMED 2020 symposium in Lübeck a great success.

Sonntag, 01.03.2020

New Staff at the IME!

We are all very happy to welcome our new staff members:

Ievgen Zhavzharov as engineering staff (1.2.)

Marlin Siebert as research associate (1.2.)

Hossam Abbas as senior researcher (1.3.)

Mittwoch, 19.02.2020

New journal article: Removing Cardiac Artifacts From Single-Channel Respiratory Electromyograms

We just successfully published our article Removing Cardiac Artifacts From Single-Channel Respiratory Electromyograms in the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Section of the IEEE Access journal.

Mittwoch, 13.11.2019

IME partner in new AI-project PASBADIA

The Institute for Electrical Engineering in Medicine (IME) teams up with the University medicine and the Technical University of Applied Sciences Lübeck in a joint research project to develope an AI-based, patient-oriented diagnostics device for the diagnosis of eye diseases...

Montag, 11.11.2019

IME partner in public project MOMENTUM!

The IME partners with various German research institutes and companies in the publicly funded research project "MOMENTUM - Mobile Medical technologies for Integrated Emergency Care and Medicine". The aim of the MOMENTUM project, which is funded by the German