Prof. Friebe will be a keynote speaker at 4th IEEE Middle East Conference from 28 - 30 March 2018 in Tunis, Tunisia on the topic "What does it need to take to avoid developing “wrong” Medical Technology products/services?".
Hugo Junkers Preis 2017 / 2nd place for SURAG – SURgical Audio Guide – übers „Hören“ zum verifizierten therapeutischen Ziel / Chair of Intelligent Catheters and Image Guided Therapies at the Otto von Guericke University with new technology approach for minimal invasive therapy guidance.
We are very happy to announce that the university research team of Prof. Michael Friebe with Dr. Alfredo Illanes, Dr. Axel Boese, MSc. Ali Pashazadeh, MSc. Ivan Maldonado won the Hugo Junkers research price for their new idea of a multi-sensoric audio evaluation system that can be attached to biopsy needles, endoscopes, guide wires, catheters and other surgical devices for enhanced and more accurate tool guidance.
Prof. Friebe will be a distinguished lecturer at the 1st IEEE EMBS Distinguished Lecturer Event at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Prof. Friebe will give a talk at Medizinische Bildgebung 2.0 on the topic "Exponential Technologies: Innovations and possible impact on the health care sector 2027".
Juan Sebastian Sanchez Lopez and Sinja Lagotzki from the business funder team "Flexist" presented their ideas and works at the „Trialog für Visionäre“ which was part of the Gründerwoche 2017 (http://gruenden.ovgu.de/trialog/)
Michael Friebe is invited by the German Government as a Speaker on Start-Up Translation at the Brisbane German Week - 07. Nov. 2017.
International Healthcare Vision 2037 : new technologies, educational goals and entrepreneurial challenges — Book available for free Download
What kind of effect will new technologies have on healthcare delivery in the next decades?· Will we finally develop systems to prevent people from becoming patients?· Will healthcare become more and more expensive?· What kind of role will developing nations play?· Do we need all these expensive and complex systems?· Will artificial intelligence, gene therapy, robotics help to tackle the future healthcare issues or will they create additional problems?· … and how can we foster entrepreneurship to identify new unmet clinical needs and subsequently introduce new systems, devices or services?
The conference proceedings and summary of the European "Biomedical Engineering - Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship Alliance — BME-IDEA” are now available for free download, edited by Michael Friebe and his team of the chair of Intelligent Catheters and Image Guided Surgeries.
More than 50 contributions on HEALTHCARE VISION+CLINICAL INNOVATION, HEALTHCARE DIGITISATION, EXPONENTIAL TECHNOLOGIES, REGIONAL HEALTHCARE VISION, and DEDICATED HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGIES from a very international and interdisciplinary group of individuals.
INKA team with 16 contribution at BMT 2017 in Dresden.
Prof. Friebe will be a speaker at 26th Industriegespräch Chemnitz/Jena in Jena on the topic "Are we developing the wrong products / services in Medical Technology? Or, are we focussing on the wrong value propositions?"
The TUGZ of the OVGU offers you an ideation workshop in cooperation with an innovation expert to develop and exchange ideas in the medical engineering sector. You will create solutions within your research topic and explore possibilities for economic utilization.
Further information is available at http://gruenden.ovgu.de/veranstaltungen/medical-engineering-innovation
Prof. Friebe will be a speaker at Medizintechnik - Ausblick auf die nächsten 20 Jahre in Bochum, ogranized by VISUS Health IT GmbH and Agentur GesundheitsCampus.
Distinguished lecturer event at JUST campus:
INKA team member Shiras Abdurahman got the 2017 IEEE NSS-MIC Trainee Grant.
For the upcoming ESMRMB congress in Barcelona in October, four abstracts were accepted from the INKA team for presentation. Topics covered by the scientific contributions are material analysis, artefatcs of interventional devices and monitoring of the MRI's helium cooling system.
Our BME-IDEA conference video is online.
INKA + STIMULATE with a very strong presence of 7 scientific contributions and three chair functions at the Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery conference in Barcelona (June 20-24 -- www.cars-int.org).
- Presentation: Low-budget limited angle CT device based on a miniaturized x-ray tube by A. van Oepen, S. Abdurahman and M. Friebe
- Presentation: Real-time MRI/US fusion using inside-out tracking of virtually generated markers (ORtoMVM) by S. Balakrishnan and M. Friebe
- Presentation: Intravascular Endoscopy Improvement through Narrow Band Imaging by A. Boese, A. Sivankutty and M. Friebe
- Presentation: Trans-oral miniature X-ray radiation delivery system with endoscopic feedback by A. Boese, F. Johnson, T. Ebert, A. Pashazadeh, C. Arens and M. Friebe
- Presentation: A survey of Auditory Display in Image-Guided Interventions by D. Black, C. Hansen. A. Nabavi, R. Kikinis and H. Hahn
- Presentation: Multiple intracranial aneurysms: a direct hemodynamic comparison between ruptured und unruptured vessel malformation by P. Berg and O. Beuing
- Poster: Vertebral Body Segmentation in Clinical Routine Spine MRI by G. Hille, S. Saalfeld, S. Serowy and K. Tönnies
Unternehmen Region - Die BMB-Innovationsinnovative Neue Länder published the article Hightech für Diagnose und Therapie on their homepage.
Congratulations to Holger Fritzsche who received the "VDI- Förderpreis 2017 des Magdeburger Bezirksvereins/ Sonderpreis Medizintechnik" for his research work entitled "Turnable resectoscope for urology".
The 5th BME-IDEA EU conference which took place in Germany for the very first time was a big success. 90 international participants came to Magdeburg for three days to discuss the future trends and technologies in the healtcare sector. The program included scientific talks and papers, panel discussion with clinical and technical experts from reserch, development and industry as well as working session where ideas were developed in small groups during the conferences.
The 5th BME-IDEA conference in the Magdeburg online news.
INKA team with one accepted paper at EUSIPCO 2017.
Prof. Friebe will be a key note addressee at the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society Conference (Winnipeg, Canada from 23-26.05.2017, co-sponsored by IEEE) and will also give a talk at the Biomedical Engineering group at the University of Manitoba, Canada.
Researchers from the INKA and the Forschungscampus STIMULATE team presented their latest medical developments as well as medical devices used in clinical routine to a broad public audience at the "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2017".
INKA Team with record no. of 16 accepted conference papers or abstracts @ BMT 2017 in Dresden.
SIEMENS HEALTHCARE INNOVATION THINK TANK AND INKA DISCUSS THE NEW INNOLAB: IGT
Sultan Haider, the Leader of the highly successful and unconventional Siemens Healthcare Innovation Think Tank with 11 laboratories worldwide and Prof. Michael Friebe discuss the new INNOLAB:IGT (ego.INKUBATOR) that will be established at the OVGU university clinic. Sultan Haider will also attend the conference organised by INKA (www.healthcare-innovation.de) as one of the keynote lecturers and as part of an Innovation Strategy Panel (June 12, 15:00, Lukasklause, Magdeburg).
Invited Lecture on May 1 and 2 by Prof. Friebe at the VUSI institute and laboratories of Prof. Robert Webster at Vanderbilt University (http://research.vuse.vanderbilt.edu/MEDLab/) on "Minimal invasive and intraoperative image guided tools, devices, and concepts” and "Exponential Technologies and their effects on future healthcare delivery and technology developments”. INKA and VISI are jointly working on new concepts for interventional manipulation under MRI guidance. On May 3, Prof. Friebe will also give a presentation at the labs of Prof. Boctor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (https://musiic.lcsr.jhu.edu), a research partner of INKA in the field of advanced RFA therapies.
Alfredo Illanes, PhD, from the INKA team, gave an interview for Unternehmen Region - die BMBF-Innovationsinitiative für die Neuen Länder.
Prof. Friebe will be key note addressee on "Biomedical Engineering Entrepreneurship Needs for the gobal healthcare challenges" in a DLP talk organized by the IEEE EMB MSRIT Chapter Bangalore, India, in the frame of their international workshop "Biomedical Engineering & Innovations: Perspectives of Healthcare" from 13-14.02.2017.
The INKA team made a three day trip to the Kreuzeck-Haus near Garmisch-Partenkirchen to conduct several workshops, discuss current research with partners from industry and set up future project works.
The Magdeburg district association of the VDI has founded the work group Medical Technology under the direction of Dr. Frank Fleischer and Holger Fritzsche.
INKA Chair participates in the EU Horizon 2020 project “Tomographic 3D Ultrasound for Safer and more cost-effective Vascular Diagnostics and Treatment Planning” with partners from Austria, UK, and Germany.
Prof. Friebe will give the lecture "High-Tech Medical Technology Investments between Business Angels and the European Angel Fund" at Deutscher Business Angel Tag 2016 in Nuremberg.
The BME IDEA Symposium 2017 will be hosted by INKA (Chair for Catheter Technologies + Image Guided Therapies), Otto-von-Guericke-University, from the 11th to the 13th of June, in Magdeburg, Germany. Further information will follow soon here.
The Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung - Unternehmen der Region focusses on INKA's ideas on their homepage.
The second INKA status meeting took place in the INKA headquarters in Magdeburg.
In the journal MITTELDEUTSCHE MITTEILUNGEN Informationen aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft (25. Jahrgang, 4/2016), Prof. Friebe and Axel Boese from the Chair of Catheter Technologies published the article "INKA Kathetertechnologien: Produktinnovation mit Medizinern und nicht nur für sie" along with Dr. Jörg Bode, Primed Halberstadt Medizintechnik GmbH (STIMULATE Verein) and Dr. Mandy Grundmann, Forschungscampus STIMULATE (Otto-von-Guericke-University).
With his publication on „RP-MR-Marker“, Robert Odenbach from the INKA team won the Poster Award in the category „Best idea in basic research“ out of 38 published posters on the 11th Interventional MRI Symposium in Baltimore, USA.
From 4 – 6 October 2016, the employees from the INKA chair of catheter technologies and from STIMULATE have had a successful stay at the "Dreiländertagung Swiss, Austrian and German Societies for Biomedical Engineering" in Basel (www.bmt2016.ch). With a great contribution of 18 (out of 400) presentations and posters, the Otto-von-Guericke-University has strongly been represented at BMT.
Prof. Friebe will give an invited talk at the conference "Physik fürs „Leben“ – Innovationen in Medizin und Life Sciences" organized by the German "Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft" (DPG). The conference will take place in Bad Honnef from November 6th to 8th.
OVGU Chair of Catheter Technologies with 4 paper presentations at world‘s largest biomedical conference in Orlando. 2.500 attendees from 67 countries at this year‘s IEEE EMBC conference presented almost 1.000 exciting research papers. The OVGU, represented by the Chair of Catheter Technologies and the STIMULATE research campus, highlighted their research in 4 areas by the papers from
|15.07.2016||Prof. Friebe will give a lecture entitled Innovation Generation Approaches for valuable Medical Technology Product Developments and the path to Entrepreneurship — Pitfalls and Opportunities within the IHBI Visiting Researcher Seminar at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. The lecture will take place on July 20th.|
|21.04.2016||At the IEEE EMB Conference Turkey, which takes place on the 7th to 8th of May 2016 in Istanbul, Prof. Friebe is invited to speak about Innovation Generation Approaches for valuable medical technology product developments.|
|20.04.2016||Prof. Friebe will give a talk about Unique Egyptian Healthcare Needs — the need for innovative approaches to develop/adapt MedTec for cost reduction and to address distribution inequalities at the German-Egyptian Peer Expert Symposium on Healthcare in Cairo on the 26th of April 2016.|
|18.04.2016||During the winter term 2015/2016, our students taking part in the IIGP lecture wrote interesting review papers on different topics image guided procedures. These papers were now published in a book named "Instruments for image guided procedures - IIGP : review summaries for minimal invasive and image guided technologies and clinical procedures : student review papers on selected topics". If you are interested you can download the book here for free.|
|24.02.2016||Prof. Friebe will give a talk entitled "Lean Start-up in der Medizintechnik – Funktioniert dieser Ansatz auch in stark regulierten Märkten" at the "17. Healthcare Entrepreneurs' Meeting" on 9th of March 2016 at the UnternehmerTUM in Munich. Further information also here.|
The OvGU and the TU Munich jointly organized pre-conference workshop for the International Conference on Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy. The workshop was held at February 5th 2016 at the DAV-Haus Spitzingsee in Schliersee (Germany).
The international students from the IIGP course gave their poster presentations yesterday. The posters covered a broad range of minimally invasive therapies and imaging methods. The best 3 out of the 25 posters were awarded with a prize and a certificate. Magdeburgs local newspaper, the "Magdeburger Volksstimme", published a short article about this event. An additional article was published by the BMBF / Unternehmen Region.
|19.01.2016||Prof. Friebe has been appointed as an IEEE EMBS distinguished lecturer for 2016-2017.|
|12.09.2015||Alexander van Oepen achieved the 3rd place in the Best Poster Competition at the SMIT 2015 conference in Brno, Czech ("Novel Device for Minimally-Invasive Tumor Removal").|