Microsystems are playing an increasingly important role in medical technology. This requires new efforts and
ways in the education of engineers and users. Several talks on the topic of microsystems will provide
a direct insight into industrial development of medical products.
Three universities have therefore jointly developed a new international Master-program "Medical Microtechnology" that will be presented.
The flow of fluids inside and outside the human body plays an important role in medical technology. Safety and reliability of numerous medical devices (e.g. dialysis machines, infusion pumps or in vitro diagnostic devices) require the safe and reliable handling of small volume flows.
Guided Lab tour
Use of a Microfluidic Disc in Point-of-Care Applications
Medical Microtechnology - a New Transnational Master-Program
Cristian Grundmann, Max Urban, TH Lübeck - MSGT
"Development of a Digital Continuous Wave NMR for Search for Hemoglobin Patterns - a Feasibility Study"
Till Strunck, Qaisar Nawaz, FAU Nürnberg, Christian Daminani, TH Lübeck - MSGT, Aldo Boccaccini, FAU Nürnberg
"3D-printability of composite scaffolds based on PCL and bioactive glass nanoparticles for bone tissue engineering applications"
Sophie Wuthe, Daniel Teichmann et al., SDU Health Informatics and Technology, Odense
"Heart rate estimation using Imaging Photoplethysmography"
Nisha Neupane, TH Lübeck - MSGT, Kara Krajewski, Altonaer Kinderkrankenhaus, Christian Damiani, TH Lübeck - MSGT
"Development of an in- vitro model mimicking mechanical properties of brain cortex tissue"
Tassema Tameru Dominikos, TH Lübeck - MSGT, Michael Scharfschwerdt, UKSH - Klinik für Radiologie und Nuklearmedizin, Christian Damiani, TH Lübeck - MSGT et al.:
"Experimental Validation of a Software Tool Used for Determining the Pulse Wave Velocity in Blood Vessels from 2D MRI Data"
Catena, TH Lübeck - MSGT, Kara Krajewski, Altonaer Kinderkrankenhaus, Christian Damiani, TH Lübeck - MSGT
"Estimation of forces and displacements during brain surgery using medical phantoms"