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Submit your abstract to BMT 2019 - the Biomedical Engineering Congress - the 53rd Annual Conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering - and joined event together with our sister societies OEGBMT and SGBT.

The main hot topics of this year’s BMT are “Artificial Intelligence and Personalized Medicine”.

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Instructions for Authors Presentations

Instructions for Authors of Oral Presentations

In order to ensure a smooth course during the session, we kindly ask presenting authors to consider the following:
You can find the time allocated for your presentation from the program (the given time incl. 3 min. discussion) for regular presentations.
Session chairs will rigorously enforce the schedule, i.e., to strictly limit the length of a presentation. We kindly ask you for your understanding and for your cooperation in keeping the schedule.
Please be at the the room of your session 15 minutes before session start, so that you can meet your session chairs and the other speakers in advance.
A video projector and a notebook (Fujitsu-Siemens LIFEBOOK E8210) -will be available in all conference rooms. The presentation format in the conference rooms is 16:9, but of course the Format 4:3 will be also possible). The use of personal notebooks has to be announced in advance.

Attention

Please bring your presentations on a USB memory stick in MS-PowerPoint or Adobe PDF format to BMT 2019 and submit it in the Media Check Room Seminarraum 106 at least 1 hour prior to your talk!

In order to avoid any problems with your presentation please make sure that it fulfills the necessary requirements for the following software:

  • MS Office Version 2007 Standard (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Windows Mediaplayer 11
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 8

Video Codecs:

  • Windows Standard Codecs
  • DivX, XviD - FFDShow 17.02.2005 Alpha
  • MPEG 2.0.0.0
  • Quicktime Codec
  • Real Codec

Audio Codecs:

  • Windows Standard Codecs
  • OGG Vorbis 0.9.9.5
  • AC3 1.01.

Preparation room for authors:

If you need to make last minute changes or check your presentation, laptops will be at your disposal in the Seminarraum 106.

You are free to make your presentation either in English or in German.

Instructions for Authors of Poster Presentations

When preparing the poster, presenters should have in mind the objective of capturing the interest of attendees to the work that is being presented. The quality of the presentation stimulates the attention of the audience and improves the overall satisfaction of the community attending the conference. Use an appropriate font size allowing posters to be readable by delegates 1.5 m away.

The poster message should be clear and understandable without oral explanation. Further, we would like to call the attention of poster presenters to the following items:

  • Each poster board will be marked with a poster ID-number (you can find your poster number from the posters list below).
  • Authors are requested to use only the boards provided for their poster.
  • Posters can be put on the board starting by Wednesday, September 25, 09:00 latest by 12:00 h the day of the poster presentation.
  • Posters should be fixed to the poster board using pins which will be provided at the registration desk.
  • The Poster Session will take place on Wednesday, September 25 from 19:30 to 21:30.
  • You can remove your poster after the lunch break on September 26, and NOT EARLIER !
  • The poster boards will be placed in the foyer ground floor.
  • Authors are required to stand by their posters during the poster session and to remove their posters from the boards after the last sessions on Thursday, September 26, at the latest. Posters left on the boards after that will not be returned to the authors.
  • We recommend a poster in DIN A0 size portrait format (approx. 100 140 cm). (See picture below)
Poster Board

Poster Presentations Number

Poster Board

PS01: Quantifying the uncertainty of deep learning-based computer-aided diagnosis for patient safety

Max-Heinrich Laves, Sontje Ihler, Lüder A. Kahrs and Tobias Ortmaier (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)

 

PS02: Using Deep Correlation Features to define the Meta Style of Cells for Classification

Simon Gruetzmacher (Reutlingen University, Germany); Ralf Kemkemer (Max Planck Institute for Medical Research & Reutlingen University, Germany); Cristobal Curio (Reutlingen University, Germany)

 

PS03: Computer Aided Detection of Polyps in White-light-Colonoscopy Images using Deep Neural Networks

Pascal Zobel and Magnus Rathke (Fraunhofer IIS, Germany); Steffen Mühldorfer (Klinikum Bayreuth, Germany); Thomas Wittenberg (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS & University Erlangen, Germany)

 

PS04: 3D print of heart rhythm model with cryoballoon catheter ablation of pulmonary vein

Sandra Wehsener (University of Applied Science, Offenburg, Germany); Robin Müssig (Hochschule Offenburg, Germany); Matthias Heinke (University of Applied Sciences Offenburg & Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Germany); Stefan Junk, Steffen Schrock and Johannes Hoerth (University of Applied Science, Offenburg, Germany)

 

PS05: An Implementation of Neural Network on FPGA for Real-Time Grasp Recognition based on sEMG

Ivan Potapov (RWTH Aachen, Germany); Dmitry Amelin and Josep Cardona Audí (Fraunhofer IBMT, Germany); Roman Ruff (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany); Klaus-Peter Hoffmann (Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering & IBMT, Germany)

 

PS06: OmniPD: One-Step Person Detection in Top-View Omnidirectional Indoor Scenes

Jingrui Yu and Roman Seidel (Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany); Gangolf Hirtz (Chemnitz University, Germany)

 

PS07: Assessment of 4D Ultrasound Systems for Image-guided Radiation Therapy - Image Quality, Framerates and CT Artifacts

Svenja Ipsen (University of Lübeck, Germany); Ralf Bruder (University of Luebeck, Germany); Veronica Garcia Vazquez (University of Lübeck, Germany); Achim Schweikard (Universität Lübeck, Germany); Floris Ernst (University of Lübeck, Germany)

 

PS08: Preliminary Study on 3D Printing of PEGDA Hydrogels for Frontal Sinus Implants using Digital Light Processing (DLP)

Robert Mau and Jamal Nazir (University of Rostock, Germany); Samuel John (HörSys GmbH, Germany); Hermann Seitz (University of Rostock, Germany)

 

PS09: Development and manufacturing of a custom made implant regarding the new European Medical Device Regulation (MDR)

Mareike Schonhoff, Astrid Heinze, Annika Lopinski, Juliette Carrillo and Damian Großkreutz (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Stefan Hanusek (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences & Personalized Biomedical Engineering Laboratory, Germany)

 

PS10: Combined adaptive load and displacement controlled knee simulator

Hans-Reiner Ludwig, Peter Weimar and Markus Auermann (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Christopher Blase (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences & Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)

 

PS11: Mobile System for the Prevention, Diagnosis, and Personalized Treatment of Neck Pain Under a Patient's Everyday Life Circumstances

Puian Tadayon (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund, Germany); Thomas Felderhoff (Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany); Gerhard Staude and Andreas Knopp (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany)

 

PS12: Robust contactless optical heart rate acquisition - measuring human perception in minimal invasive settings

Nadine Lang (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS); Peter Weißkopf (Fraunhofer Institute of Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Robert Koch and Erik Haßlmeyer (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Eugen Wagner (Fraunhofer Institute of Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Hauenstein Thomas (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Germany); Jens-Uwe Garbas (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Thomas Wittenberg (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS & University Erlangen, Germany); Matthias Struck (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Germany)

 

PS13: Neue Methoden zur Identifikation und Ueberwachung von autonomen und sensorischen Beckennerven: Eine praeklinische Studie an Schweinen zum intraoperativen pelvinen Neuromonitoring

Ramona Schuler (Dr Langer Medical GmbH, Germany)

 

PS14: Optimized indium tin oxide (ITO) multielectrode arrays for combined opto-bioelectronic monitoring

Sabine Schmidt (University of Leipzig, Germany)

 

PS15: Noninvasive Blood Glucose Monitoring

Navid Shaghaghi and Zhiwen Zhang (Santa Clara University, USA)

 

PS16: Patient-Specific Identification of Atrial Flutter Vulnerability - A Computational Approach to Reveal Latent Reentry Pathways

Axel Loewe (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Armin Luik and Claus Schmitt (Städtisches Klinikum Karlsruhe, Germany); Olaf Doessel, Emanuel Poremba and Gunnar Seemann (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Tobias Oesterlein (Boston Scientific, USA)

 

PS17: Comparison and Implementation of Open Source Face Detection and Tracking Systems on mobile Android Devices for use in home-based Speech Therapy

Ahmad Mirza, Dominik Fromme and Stefan Patzke (Fachhochschule Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany); Jörg Thiem (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Germany)

 

PS18: Validation System for Digital Stethoscopes

Michael Klum, Julian Stehling, Alexandru-Gabriel Pielmus, Timo Tigges and Reinhold Orglmeister (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

 

PS19: A Piezoelectric Flexural Plate Wave (FPW) Bio-MEMS Sensor with Improved Molecular Mass Detection for Point-of-Care Diagnostics

Christian Walk, Matthias Wiemann, Michael Görtz, Andreas Jupe and Jens Weidenmueller (Fraunhofer IMS, Germany); Karsten Seidl (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

 

PS20: Microphysiological system for heart tissue - going from 2D to 3D culture - technological challenges and tissue integration concepts

Mathias Busek, Mario Schubert and Kaomei Guan (TU Dresden, Germany); Frank Sonntag and Florian Schmieder (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Germany); Uwe Marschner (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); Andreas Richter (TU Dresden, Germany)

 

PS21: Auditory nerve implants: Surgical access and implantation procedure or flexible foil-based electrode arrays

Thomas Stieglitz and Paul Cvancara (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany); Thomas Lenarz (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany)

 

PS22: Design of a Flow Phantom for the Evaluation of Quantitative ICG Fluorescence Angiography

Ady Naber and Leila Meyer-Hilberg (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany); Werner Nahm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

 

PS23: An Evaluation of Image Feature Detectors Based on Spatial Density and Temporal Robustness in Microsurgical Image Processing

Konstantin Tabor Sieler (Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany); Ady Naber (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany); Werner Nahm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

 

PS24: A modular monitoring system for decubitus prophylaxis (DekuProSys)

Simon Gallinger (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

 

PS25: Calibration and Control of a Gait Simulator for lower limb exoprostheses

Simon Gallinger (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

 

PS26: Shoe integrated power measurement for cycling

Diana Völz (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences & Frau, Germany); Markus Auermann (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences); Sebastian Pohl (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

 

PS27: Investigation of action forces of patient hoists according to DIN EN ISO 10535:2007 and Mital

Cedric Mester (Fachhochschule Münster & Zentrum für Ergonomie und Medizintechnik, Germany); Lorenz Müller, Saskia Sobkowicz and Leonard Pawelzik (FH Münster, Germany); Niels Hinricher (Fachhochschule Münster, Germany); Claus Backhaus (FH Münster, Germany)

 

PS28: Automated detection of bone splinters in DEXA phantoms using deep neural networks

Steffen Rüger (Fraunhofer EZRT, Germany); Markus Firsching (Fraunhofer Development Center X-ray Technology, Germany); Julija Lucic and Alexander Ennen (Fraunhofer EZRT, Germany); Norman Uhlmann (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Thomas Wittenberg (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS & University Erlangen, Germany)

 

PS29: Integrating Label Uncertainty in Ultrasound Image Classification using Weighted Support Vector Machines

Jannis Hagenah, Sascha Leymann and Floris Ernst (University of Lübeck, Germany)

 

PS30: Prediction of Surgery Duration from Laparoscopic Videos using Recurrent Neural Network

Tamer Abdulbaki Alshirbaji and Nour Aldeen Jalal (Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany)

 

PS31: Virtual Reality Feedback Creation for Assisted Motion Control

Lars Lehmann and Gangolf Hirtz (Chemnitz University, Germany)

 

PS32: Catheter pose-dependent virtual angioscopy images visualized on augmented reality glasses

Felix von Haxthausen (University of Lübeck, Germany); Sonja Jäckle (Fraunhofer MEVIS – Institute for Digital Medicine, Germany); Jan Strehlow (Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany); Floris Ernst and Veronica Garcia Vazquez (University of Lübeck, Germany)

 

PS33: Towards High-Quality 3-D Reconstructions with Omnidirectional Stereo Vision Systems

Julian B. Seuffert and Pavan K. Deshpande (Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany); Gangolf Hirtz (Chemnitz University, Germany)

 

PS34: Temperature controlled and monitored Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion setup for research and training purposes

Jens Ziegle and Christina Pongratz (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Helena Linge (University Clinic for Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery Magdeburg, Germany); Axel Boese (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany); Thorsten Walles (University Clinic for Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery Magdeburg, Germany)

 

PS35: Cytotoxicity and Sterilization Resistance of Electronic Components for Disposable Smart Biomedical Devices

Valerie M. K. Werner, Daniel Stroemsdoerfer, Viet Nga Bui and Niklas von Wittenburg (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Markus Eblenkamp (Technische Universität München, Germany)

 

PS36: Chitosan as matrix for inner ear neurite regeneration

Jana Schwieger and Noushin Kakuan (Hannover Medical School, Germany); Anayancy Osorio-Madrazo (University of Freiburg, Germany); Thomas Lenarz (Hannover Medical School & Cluster of Excellence Hearing4all, German Research Foundation, Germany); Verena Scheper (Hannover Medical School & Cluster of Excellence Hearing4all, German Research Foundation, Germany)

 

PS37: A convenient method using live cell imaging to track cell adhesion on transparent biocompatible materials

Richard Schmid and Sepent Oh (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Martin Woywod and Eike Kottkamp (INNOME GMBH, Germany); Valerie M. K. Werner (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Markus Eblenkamp (Technische Universität München, Germany)

 

PS38: Immobilization of rh BMP-2 and rhVEGF on Electrospun PDLLA-Scaffolds for Sequential Release

Andrea Sowislok (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Herbert Jennissen (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

 

PS39: Aspects of Multimodal Hybrid Biomaterials

Herbert Jennissen (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

 

PS40: Superparamagnetic Ironoxide Nanoparticles - An Evaluation of the Sonochemical Synthesis Process

Zuzana Penxova and Kerstin Lüdtke-Buzug (Universität zu Lübeck, Germany)

 

PS41: Impact of platinum nanoparticles on the organ of Corti cell line HEI-OC1 and on spiral ganglion neurons

Kirsten Wissel, Gudrun Brandes, Gerrit Paasche and Thomas Lenarz (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany); Martin Durisin (Medical University of Hannover, Germany)

 

PS42: Covalent coupling of polymers as drug delivery coatings on silicone surfaces for future applications

Katharina Wulf and Michael Teske (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany); Daniela Arbeiter (Universität Rostock, Germany); Thomas Eickner (University of Rostock, Germany); Gerrit Paasche and Thomas Lenarz (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany)

 

PS43: Controlled biodegradation of metallic biomaterials by plasma polymer coatings using hexamethyldisiloxane and allylamine monomers

Michael Teske and Katharina Wulf (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany); Joschka Fink (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Andreas Brietzke (Rostock University Medical Center, Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany); Thomas Eickner (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Daniela Arbeiter, Volkmar Senz and Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Sabine Illner (University Medical Center Rostock & Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany)

 

PS44: Thermomechanical properties of PEGDA in combination with different photo-curable comonomers

Natalia Rekowska (Medical University of Rostock, Germany); Daniela Arbeiter (Universität Rostock, Germany); Jan Konasch (University of Rostock, Germany); Alexander Riess, Robert Mau, Thomas Eickner and Hermann Seitz (University of Rostock, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Michael Teske (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany)

 

PS45: Formation and characterisation of hydrogel diffusion channels for directed drug delivery

Thomas Eickner, Stefanie Kohse, Sabine Illner, Stefan Oschatz, Michael Teske, Natalia Rekowska, Volkmar Senz, Klaus-Peter Schmitz and Niels Grabow (Institute for Biomedical Engineering, University Medical Center Rostock, Germany)

 

PS46: Postprocessive chemical treatment of polyimide electrospun nonwovens with diamines for biomedical applications

Stefan Oschatz (Universitätsmedizin Rostock, Germany); Daniela Arbeiter (Universität Rostock, Germany); Thomas Eickner (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Sabine Illner (University Medical Center Rostock & Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany)

 

PS47: The effect of diamine treatment on the physico-chemical properties of polyimide electrospun nonwovens

Daniela Arbeiter and Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Sabine Illner (University Medical Center Rostock & Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany); Stefan Oschatz (Universitätsmedizin Rostock, Germany)

 

PS48: Safety evaluation of resveratrol as an active compound for drug-eluting cardiovascular implants

Valeria Khaimov (Institute for Biomedical Engineering & University of Rostock, Germany); Thomas Reske (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Thomas Eickner (University of Rostock, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Claudia Matschegewski (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS49: Applikation of 3R principles in small animal GLP testing of biomaterials

Sabine Kischkel (University of Rostock, Germany); Andreas Brietzke (Rostock University Medical Center, Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany); Claudia Matschegewski (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Wolfram Schmidt (Universität Rostock, Germany); Thomas Eickner (University of Rostock, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany)

 

PS50: Protein adsorption on Implants: Determination of the hip implant proteome

Herbert Jennissen, Marcus Jäger, Marcel Haversath and Andre Busch (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Thomas Grupp (Aesculap AG Research & Development Tuttlingen, Germany); Andrea Sowislok and Monika Herten (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

 

PS51: Evaluation of MRI-compatible pneumatic muscle stepper motors

Robert Odenbach and Alan Guthrie (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS52: Development and validation of bone models using structural dynamic measurement methods

Constanze Neupetsch (Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany); Eric Hensel (Fraunhofer Institute for Maschine Tools and Forming Technology IWU, Germany); Michael Werner (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Umformtechnik, Germany); Sven Meißner and Jan Troge (Fraunhofer Institute for Maschine Tools and Forming Technology IWU, Germany); Welf-Guntram Drossel (Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU, Germany); Christian Rotsch (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Umformtechnik, Germany)

 

PS53: Kinematics of the Lumbo-Pelvic Complex under Different Loading Conditions

Martin Weidling, Christian Voigt, Toni Wendler and Martin Heilemann (University of Leipzig, Germany); Michael Werner (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Umformtechnik, Germany); Jan-Sven Jarvers and Christoph-E. Heyde (University Hospital Leipzig, Germany)

 

PS54: Improved Acquisition of Vibroarthrographic Signals of the Knee Joint

Lisa Klemm (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Thomas Sühn (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg & Institute of Medical Technology, Germany); Moritz Spiller (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Alfredo Illanes (Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany); Axel Boese (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS55: Determination of the hyperelastic material behavior of hydrogel specimens for expandable lens implants

Heiner Martin (Universität Rostock, Germany); Olga Sahmel (University of Rostock, Germany); Christine Kreiner (KreCo Kreiner Consulting, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Thomas Eickner (University of Rostock, Germany); Rudolf Guthoff (Universität Rostock & Universitätsaugenklinik Rostock, Germany)

 

PS56: Plasma Treatment of Printed Circuit Boards to Optimize Electronic Integration into Smart Medical Plastic Parts

Valerie M. K. Werner, Simon Eßing and Lingji Xu (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Markus Eblenkamp (Technische Universität München, Germany)

 

PS57: Investigation of mechanical and magnetophoretic focusing for magnetic flow cytometry

Jan Liu, Mathias Reisbeck and Oliver Hayden (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

 

PS58: Development of low cost transparent electrode arrays for brain stimulation in large animals

Sanchit Rathi (Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Martin Deckert (Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany); Sven Brinkhues (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany); Markus Detert (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Brosch (Leibniz-Institut für Neurobiologie, Germany); Bertram Schmidt (Otto-von-Guerricke-University Magdeburg, Germany)

 

PS59: Removal of ECG artifacts from EMG signals with different artifact magnitudes by template subtraction

Lorenz Kahl (Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, Germany); Ulrich Hofmann (Uniklinik Freiburg, Germany)

 

PS60: Electrical Dipole Source Localization using Hybrid Least Squares Method in combination with ICA

Fars Samann (University of Duhok, Iraq); Andreas Rausch (Technisce Hochschule Mittelhessen, Germany); Thomas Schanze (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen THM, Germany)

 

PS61: Multiscale Parameter Estimation (msPE) of QRS complexes distorted by magnetohydrodynamic effects at 7 Tesla

Nicolai Spicher and Markus Kukuk (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Germany); Stefan Maderwald (Erwin L. Hahn Institute for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Germany); Mark Ladd (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)

 

PS62: Automatic differentiation between Veress needle events in laparoscopic access using proximally attached audio signal characterization

Anna Schaufler (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Thomas Sühn (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg & Institute of Medical Technology, Germany); Nazila Esmaeili (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Axel Boese, Cora Wex and Roland Croner (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany); Alfredo Illanes (Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany)

 

PS63: Local blood flow analysis and visualization from RGB-video sequences

Benjamin Kossack (Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany); Eric L Wisotzky (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany); Ronny Hänsch (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany); Anna Hilsmann (Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich-Hertz-Institut, Germany); Peter Eisert (Fraunhofer HHI & Humboldt University, Germany)

 

PS64: Evaluation of inertial sensors and optical measurement methods for head and shoulder angle motion analysis

Oliver Mayr (Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany); Puian Tadayon (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund, Germany); Thomas Felderhoff (Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany)

 

PS65: Foetal heart rate assessment by empirical mode decomposition and spectral analysis

Patricio Fuentealba (Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany & Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile); Alfredo Illanes and Frank Ortmeier (Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany)

 

PS66: Robustness of Algorithms for Describing Changes in the ST-T Segment in the ECG Due to Extracellular Calcium Concentration Changes

Nicolas Pilia, María Hernández Mesa, Axel Loewe and Olaf Doessel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

 

PS67: The effect of stray light on the electrophysiological measurement of the contrast threshold

Benjamin Solf (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Stefan Schramm (TU Ilmenau, Germany); Sascha Klee (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

 

PS68: Improving Correlation-Based Spike Sorting by Combining Amplitudes and Time Lags of Minima and Maxima of Correlation Functions of Spike Waves

Tom Juergens and Pavel Larionov (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen, Germany); Thomas Schanze (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen THM, Germany)

 

PS69: Magnetocardiography with Optically Pumped Magnetometers Integrated in a Patient Bed

Christin Bald (University of Kiel, Germany); Eric Elzenheimer (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel & Faculty of Engineering, Germany); Julia Kreisel, Nico Simoski, Alexej Namenas and Jens Reermann (University of Kiel, Germany); Thomas Demming and Norbert Frey (University Hospital Kiel, Germany); Gerhard Schmidt (CAU Kiel, Germany)

 

PS70: Beamforming in Epilepsy with combined MEG&EEG

Frank Neugebauer (University of Münster, Germany); Stefan Rampp (University Hospital Erlangen, Germany); Gabriel Möddel (Epilepsy Center Münster-Osnabrück, Germany); Carsten H. Wolters (University of Münster & Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis, Germany)

 

PS71: An efficient ECG Denoising method using Discrete Wavelet with Savitzky-Golay filter

Fars Samann (University of Duhok, Iraq); Thomas Schanze (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen THM, Germany)

 

PS72: Variability of pattern-reversal electroretinogram measurements using skin-electrodes

Maren Blum (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Sascha Klee (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

 

PS73: A microphysiological system to investigate the pressure dependent filtration at an artificial glomerular kidney barrier

Florian Schmieder, Stephan Behrens, Nina Reustle and Nathalie Franke (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Germany); Jan Sradnick and Bernd Hohenstein (TU Dresden, Medizinische Klinik III - Nephrologie, Germany); Frank Sonntag (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Germany)

 

PS74: Generation of an azide-modified extracellular matrix by adipose-derived stem cells using metabolic glycoengineering

Svenja Nellinger (Reutlingen University, Germany); Silke Keller and Alexander Southan (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Valentin Wittmann (University of Konstanz, Germany); Ann-Cathrin Volz and Petra Kluger (Reutlingen University, Germany)

 

PS75: Dynamic Cooling IR thermographic imaging- an initial setup for non-invasive detection of small tumours

Axel Boese, Maryam Sadeghi and Ivan Maldonado (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Jörg Sauerhering (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Simon Schlosser (GBN Systems GmbH, Germany); Heinrich Wehberg and Konrad Wehberg (Medizintechnik Wehberg GmbH, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS76: Simulation of Breathing Patterns and Classification of Sensor Data for the early detection of impending Sudden Infant Death

Nicolas Wolf and Michael Munz (Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

 

PS77: The AutoSon project: improvement of a neuronavigation system for neurosurgical procedures

Jesus Guillermo Cabal-Aragon (Universidad de Guanajuato & Intelligent Life, Mexico); Dirk Lindner (Universitätsklinikum Leipzig, Germany); Sven Arnold and Arno Schmitgen (Localite GmbH, Germany); Claire Chalopin (University of Leipzig, Germany)

 

PS78: Predicting Surgical Phases using CNN-NARX Neural Network

Nour Aldeen Jalal and Tamer Abdulbaki Alshirbaji (Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany)

 

PS79: A Lightweight Hybrid Mock Circulation for Control Algorithms of Ventricular Assist Devices

Tobias Salesch, Jonas Gesenhues and Dirk Abel (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)

 

PS80: New development approach for Cyber-Physical Systems

Josep Cardona Audí (Fraunhofer IBMT, Germany); Roman Ruff (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany); Dmitry Amelin (Fraunhofer IBMT, Germany)

 

PS81: Telemetry protocol for cyber-medical systems

Fabian Schiche (Hochschule München, Germany); Dmitry Amelin and Josep Cardona Audí (Fraunhofer IBMT, Germany); Roman Ruff (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany)

 

PS82: Interactive Image Segmentation for Cochlea Implant Planing based on DVT Data

Nathalie Killguss and Thomas Eixelberger (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Robin Rupp (ENT Clinics University Erlangen, Germany); Mathias Hofer (University of Leipzig, Germany); Daniela Franz (Fraunhofer IIS & University of Erlangen-Nueremberg, Germany); Thomas Wittenberg (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS & University Erlangen, Germany)

 

PS83: Volume reconstruction of the human cornea with oscillating focus scans

Lukas Kornelius and Stephan Allgeier (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Sebastian Bohn (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Klaus-Martin Reichert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Karsten Sperlich (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Oliver Stachs (Universität Rostock, Germany); Bernd Köhler (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

 

PS84: Quantitative Imaging of the Iron-Oxide Nanoparticle-Concentration for Magnetic Drug Targeting Employing Inverse Magnetomotive Ultrasound

Michael Fink (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Stefan Johann Rupitsch (University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany); Stefan Lyer (University Hospital Erlangen, Germany); Christoph Alexiou (University Hospital Erlangen & University Hospital Erlangen, Germany); Helmut Ermert (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

 

PS85: Non-contact Measurement of Blood Pressure during Dialysis

Christian Wiede (Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany); Gangolf Hirtz (Chemnitz University, Germany)

 

PS86: On estimating fractal dimensions of subviral particle motion

Andreas Rausch (Technisce Hochschule Mittelhessen, Germany); Thomas Schanze (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen THM, Germany)

 

PS87: Vision-Based Depth Measurement for Laparoscopic Hyperspectral Imaging

Michael Unger, Hannes Köhler, Nico Arnold and Claire Chalopin (University of Leipzig, Germany)

 

PS88: Automatic image analysis system to measure wound area in-vitro

Adchiya Dhamodharan (Hochschule Furtwangen Univesität, Germany); Jacquelyn D Parente (Furtwangen University, Germany); Sabine Hensler (Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany); Claudia Kühlbach (Hochschule Furtwangen, Germany); Margareta Mueller (HFU Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany)

 

PS89: Neuronal current imaging using 3D ultra-low field MRI - preliminary results

Nora Höfner, Jan-Hendrik Storm, Peter Hömmen and Rainer Körber (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany)

 

PS90: Pose Estimation by using corresponding facial Landmarks in monocular Image Sequences

Stefan Patzke and Dominik Fromme (Fachhochschule Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany); Jörg Thiem (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Germany)

 

PS91: Feasibility test of 2D tracked Ultrasound for 3D Heart reconstruction

Jens Ziegle (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Axel Boese (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Sandy Engelhardt, Robert Kreher, Thomas Groschek and Rüdiger Braun-Dullaeus (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Prabal Poudel (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS92: Lung perfusion homogeneity during a PEEP titration from EIT measurement

Bo Gong and Sabine Krueger-Ziolek (Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany)

 

PS93: Human-sized Magnetic Particle Imaging as a Brain Perfusion Monitoring Unit

Matthias Graeser (University Medical Center Hamburg, Germany); Florian Thieben (University Medical Center Hamburg Eppendorf, Germany); Patryk Szwargulski (University Medical Center Hamburg, Germany); Nadine Gdaniec (University Medical Center Hamburg Eppendorf, Germany); Martin Hofmann and Franziska Werner (Section for Biomedical Imaging, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf & Institute for Biomedical Imaging, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany); Florian Griese (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany); Marija Boberg and Peter Ludewig (University Medical Center Hamburg Eppendorf, Germany); Oliver Weber (Philips GmbH Market DACH, Germany); Dionys van de Ven (Sensing and Inspection Technologies GmbH, Germany); Oliver Woywode (Philips Healthcare, Germany); Bernhard Gleich (Philips Technology GmbH, Germany); Tobias Knopp (Section for Biomedical Imaging, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf & Institute for Biomedical Imaging, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany)

 

PS94: Automated alignment detection of an additively manufactured Z-frame marker to process instrument targeting signals in interventional MRI

Robert Odenbach and Parisa Parsanejad (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS95: Remotely controllable phantom rotation system for ultra-high field MRI to improve Cross-Calibration

Robert Odenbach, Niklas Thoma and Hendrik Mattern (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS96: Probabilistic Estimation of Human Interaction Needs in Context of a Robotic Assistance in Geriatrics

Patrick Philipp (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Marie Bommersheim, Sebastian Robert and Jürgen Beyerer (Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany); Jürgen Beyerer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

 

PS97: Development of an extraction method for microplastics from biological materials and fast prognosis of contamination based on autofluorescence

Folker Wenzel, Adriano Monteleone, Lena Brandau and Andreas Fath (Hochschule Furtwangen, Germany)

 

PS98: Universal LIMS based platform for the automated processing of cell-based assays

Florian Schmieder (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Germany); Christoph Polk and Patrick Schöps (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS); Felix Gottlöber (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Germany); Ronny Deuse, Aline Jede and Thomas Petzold (Qualitype GmbH, Germany); Frank Sonntag (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Germany)

 

PS99: Artifact Reducing Medical Stimulator Early Evoked Potentials

Karin H Somerlik-Fuchs (Inomed Medizintechnik GmbH, Germany); Michael Tomilov (Inomed Medizintechnik GmbH, Emmendingen, Germany); Celine Wegner and Thilo Krüger (Inomed Medizintechnik GmbH, Germany)

 

PS100: Identification of factors influencing insertion characteristics of cochlear implant electrode carriers

Silke Hügl and Nina Aldag (Hannover Medical School, Germany); Alexander Becker (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany); Thomas Lenarz (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany); Birgit Glasmacher (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany); Thomas S. Rau (Hannover Medical School, Germany)

 

PS101: Characterization of a measurement setup for thermomechanical investigation of curved shape memory alloy actuators

Nuha Suzaly, Marie Christina Keller and Silke Hügl (Hannover Medical School, Germany); Elvira Karsten (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany); Thomas Lenarz (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany); Thomas S. Rau (Hannover Medical School, Germany)

 

PS102: Protective role of vitamin E to reduce oxidative degradation of soft implantable polyurethanes: In vitro study

Larysa Kutuzova, Andreas Kandelbauer and Günter Lorenz (Reutlingen University, Germany)

 

PS103: Preparation of electrospun nanofiber tubular scaffolds as carriers for rhBMP-2 and rhVEGF165 to enhance bone induction

Andrea Sowislok (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Goerg Michler (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany); Eva Dohle (Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt am Main, Germany); Sven Henning (Fraunhofer IWM, Germany); Shahram Ghanaati and C. James Kirkpatrick (Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt am Main, Germany); Herbert Jennissen (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

 

PS104: Enhancing the biocompatibility of silicone-polycarbonate urethane based implant materials

Kiriaki Athanasopulu (Reutlingen University, Germany); Ralf Kemkemer (Max Planck Institute for Medical Research & Reutlingen University, Germany)

 

PS105: Characterization of Atrial Septal Defect Occluders by right and left atrial pull-out forces

Markus Brudsche (University of Applied Sciences Offenburg, Germany); Bruno Ismer (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Nikolaus A. Haas (Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Germany)

 

PS106: Development of an in vitro test procedure for the characterization of left atrial appendage occluder devices

Finja Borowski (Institute for ImplantTechnologie and Biomaterials, Germany); Sebastian Kaule (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. & Universität Rostock, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Alper Öner (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany)

 

PS107: Support function of self-expanding nitinol stents - are radial resistive force and crush resistance comparable?

Christoph Brandt-Wunderlich (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Wolfram Schmidt (Universität Rostock, Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany); Reimer Andresen (Institut f. Diagnostische u. Interventionelle Radiologie / Neuroradiologie Heide, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS108: Non-destructive analysis of drug content in polymer coatings with Raman spectroscopy

Thomas Reske (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Katharina Wulf (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany); Thomas Eickner (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS109: Influence of leaflet geometry on hydrodynamic performance of transcatheter aortic valve prostheses

Sebastian Kaule (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. & Universität Rostock, Germany); Sylvia Pfensig (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Stefanie Kohse (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Alper Öner (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany)

 

PS110: Numerical simulation of the functionality of a stent structure for venous valve prostheses

Julia Schubert and Kerstin Schümann (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany); Sylvia Pfensig (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Sabine Kischkel and Jonas Keiler (University of Rostock, Germany); Andreas Wree, Wolfram Schmidt, Klaus-Peter Schmitz and Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany)

 

PS111: Actinomycin D for fibrosis management in ophthalmic implant surgery

Andreas Brietzke (Rostock University Medical Center, Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany); Thomas Eickner (University of Rostock, Germany); Thomas Reske and Claudia Matschegewski (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Rudolf Guthoff (Universität Rostock & Universitätsaugenklinik Rostock, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Thomas Stahnke (Rostock University Medical Center & Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany)

 

PS112: Method for the improvement of mechanical properties of biodegradable polymeric scaffolds

Kerstin Schümann (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Daniela Arbeiter, Niels Grabow and Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Universität Rostock, Germany)

 

PS113: Extrusion as a manufacturing process for polymer micro-tubes for various biomedical application

Olga Sahmel (University of Rostock, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Daniela Arbeiter (Universität Rostock, Germany); Christine Kreiner (KreCo Kreiner Consulting, Germany); Rudolf Guthoff (Universität Rostock & Universitätsaugenklinik Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz and Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany)

 

PS114: Pressure sensor emulator to improve long-term stability of heart valve testing systems

Carsten Tautorat (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Sebastian Kaule (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. & Universität Rostock, Germany); Jörg Kaminsky (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Niels Grabow and Wolfram Schmidt (Universität Rostock, Germany)

 

PS115: Numerical investigation of stent designs for wireless access to integrated sensors

Swen Großmann (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Robert Ott (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. Rostock - Warnemünde, Germany); Richard Kosub (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Wolfram Schmidt and Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz and Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS116: Development of an experimental setup for the in vitro investigation of mitral valve repair devices

Robert Ott (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. Rostock - Warnemünde, Germany); Sebastian Kaule (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. & Universität Rostock, Germany); Swen Großmann and Sylvia Pfensig (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Alper Öner (Rostock University Medical Center, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS117: Evaluation of Adjustable Loop Suspensory Anterior Cruciate Ligament Fixation Devices

Mira Dreier (TU Graz, Austria); Samuel Bachmaier (Arthrex GmbH, Germany); Christian Baumgartner (TU Graz, Austria); Jörg Schröttner (Technische Universität Graz, Austria)

 

PS118: Low-turbulence displacement-flow for an operating environment - Specifications, prototyping and first measurements of a low-cost solution

Julia Heinz, Max B. Schäfer and Kent W. Stewart (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Peter P. Pott (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)

 

PS119: Alternative treatment of prostate cancer: new strategies using focused ultrasound

Shaonan Hu, Lisa Landgraf, Michael Unger, Andreas Melzer and Xinrui Zhang (ICCAS, Germany)

 

PS120: Potential and Challenges of Inkjet-Printing for Wearable Medical Devices

Liane Koker (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Maher Mansour (German-Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan); Martin Ungerer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Klaus-Martin Reichert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Peter Stiller (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Ulrich Gengenbach (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology & Campus North, Germany)

 

PS121: Concept and development of a current measurement system for ultra-low power electronics in medical wearables

Jakob Reck and Daniel Laqua (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Peter Husar (Technische Universiät Ilmenau, Germany)

 

PS122: Contactless sensor system for capacitive ECG monitoring in medical wearables

Daniel Laqua, David Sambale and Jakob Reck (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Peter Husar (Technische Universiät Ilmenau, Germany)

 

PS123: Development of a smart fabric force-sensing glove for physiotherapeutic Applications

Andreas Spilz and Marius Karge (University of Applied Sciences Ulm, Germany); Thomas Engleder (University of Applied Sciences Ulm & Laboratory for Biomechanics, Product Development and Simulation, Germany); Michael Munz (Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

 

PS124: Current Monitoring and Compensation of Bioimpedance Measurements

Alexandru-Gabriel Pielmus, Christoph Herold, Michael Klum, Timo Tigges and Reinhold Orglmeister (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

 

PS125: Endoscopic Pan/Tilt Camera for Thorax Interventions - Design and first results

Alexander Mrokon (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Volker Steger (University of Tuebingen, Germany); Peter P. Pott (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)

 

PS126: Revolving biopsy gun for soft tissues single access multi sample collection

Marwah M Al-Maatoq (Germany & Otto Von Guericke University, Germany); Asmita Doshi (Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany); Marco Kalmar (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Axel Boese (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS127: Arm extension and device holding concept for minimal invasive image guided interventions

Marco Kalmar (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Guido Buß (INKA Institute of Medical Technology, Germany); Holger Fritzsche (INKA Institute of Medical Technology Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Axel Boese (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS128: Guided surgical suturing with a parallel kinematic based single-port-robot

Johannes Bilz (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany); Andreas Kirschniak (University of Tuebingen, Germany); Helmut F. Schlaak and Fatih Bostanci (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)

 

PS129: Preclinical MR-guided Focused Ultrasound Hyperthermia in 7 Tesla MRI

Upasana Roy (Innovation Center Computer Assisted Surgery (ICCAS) & University of Leipzig, Germany); Marc Fournelle (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany); Sebastian Greiser (Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology, Germany); Robbert van Gorkum (University and ETH Zurich, Switzerland); Daniel Speicher (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany); Thomas Grunwald (Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology, Germany); Sebastian Kozerke (University and ETH Zurich, Switzerland); Johann Berger (Innovation Center Computer Assisted Surgery (ICCAS), Universität Leipzig, Germany); Steffen Tretbar (Fraunhofer IBMT, Germany); Lisa Landgraf (ICCAS, Germany); Andreas Melzer (Universitätsklinikum Leipzig, Germany)

 

PS130: Technical support of wound healing processes: Project status

Jacquelyn D Parente (Furtwangen University, Germany); Sabine Hensler (Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany); Claudia Kühlbach (Hochschule Furtwangen, Germany); Paola Belloni (Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany); J. Geoffrey Chase (University of Canterbury, New Zealand); Margareta Mueller (HFU Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany)

 

PS131: Experimental and numerical investigations of a small animal coil for ultra-high field magnetic resonance imaging (7T)

Maíra Martins Garcia (Universität Duisburg-Essen & Westfälische Hochschule Gelsenkirchen, Germany); Tiago Ribeiro (Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil); Daniel Papoti (University of ABC, São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil); Khallil Chaim and Maria Otaduy (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Daniel Erni (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Waldemar Zylka (Westphalian University, Campus Gelsenkirchen, Germany)

 

PS132: Generation of a Simplified Brain Geometry for the Calculation of Local Cerebral Temperature using a 1D-Hemodynamics Model

Rosa Sofia Daschner (Georg-Friedrich-Straße & Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Yannick T. Lutz, Axel Loewe, Lorena Krames and Olaf Doessel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Giorgio Cattaneo (Acandis GmbH, Pforzheim, Germany)

 

PS133: Modeling of the Human Cerebral Collateral Circulation: Evaluation of the Impact on the Cerebral Perfusion in Case of Ischemic Stroke

Lorena Krames, Yannick T. Lutz and Axel Loewe (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Giorgio Cattaneo (Acandis GmbH, Pforzheim, Germany); Olaf Doessel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Rosa Sofia Daschner (Georg-Friedrich-Straße & Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

 

PS134: Adaption of Avolio's 1D Hemodynamics Model for Use in Cerebral Temperature Calculation

Yannick T. Lutz, Rosa Sofia Daschner, Lorena Krames and Axel Loewe (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany); Giorgio Cattaneo (Acandis GmbH, Pforzheim, Germany); Olaf Doessel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

 

PS135: Manufacturing process for hydrogel vessel phantoms

Marco Kalmar (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Thomas Hoffmann (Research Campus STIMULATE, Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Jörg Sauerhering (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Fabian Klink (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany)

 

PS136: Numerical simulation and in vitro examination of the flow behaviour within coronary stents

Helena Melzer and Ralf Ahrens (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany); Jakob Dohse (MeKo Laserstrahl-Materialbearbeitungen e. K., Germany); Andreas Guber (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany)

 

PS137: Towards enzyme-free tissue dissociation by predictive modelling

Stefan Scheuermann, Armin Schäfer, Jens Langejürgen and Christian Reis (Fraunhofer IPA, Germany)

 

PS138 Model of SpO2 signal of the neonate

Veronika Huttova and Jakub Rafl (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic & Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany); Thomas Bachman, Petr Kudrna, Martin Rožánek and Karel Roubík (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)

 

PS139: A new approach to quickly edit geometries and estimate stresses and displacements of implants in real-time

Christopher Fleischmann (Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden); Stefan Sesselmann, Irina Leher, Marc Hainke and Reinhold Hartwich (Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden, Germany)

 

PS140: Development of a Novel Low-cost Lung Function Simulator

Florian Bautsch and Georg Männel (Universität zu Lübeck, Germany); Philipp Rostalski (Universität zu Lübeck & Institute for Electrical Engineering in Medicine, Germany)

 

PS141: Plug-in circuit board for the Raspberry-Pi microcomputer to reproduce multi-channel original electrocardiograms

Tobias Haber and Pascal Striebel (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Juraj Melichercik (MediClin Herzzentrum Lahr, Germany); Bruno Ismer (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

 

PS142: MRI flow measurements with a flexible stenosis phantom

Alina Ibbeken, Pragathi Gurumurthy, Fenja Zell and Christina Hagen (Universität zu Lübeck, Germany); Martin A. Koch (University of Lübeck, Germany); Thorsten M. Buzug (Universität zu Lübeck, Germany)

 

PS143: 3D MRI velocity measurements in coronary stent designs for the validation of numerical analyses

Kristine John, Martin Bruschewski and Lukas Quirin (University of Rostock, Germany); Jan Oldenburg (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany); Finja Borowski (Institute for ImplantTechnologie and Biomaterials, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany); Sven Grundmann (University of Rostock, Germany)

 

PS144: Development of a constitutive law for numerical simulation of artificial leaflet-structures for transcatheter heart valve prostheses

Sylvia Pfensig (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Daniela Arbeiter (Universität Rostock, Germany); Stefanie Kohse (University Medical Center Rostock, Germany); Sebastian Kaule (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V. & Universität Rostock, Germany); Michael Stiehm (University of Rostock & Germany, Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials, Germany); Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS145: A setup for magnetic nanoparticle targeting to the eye

Diana Zahn and Katja Klein (TU Ilmenau, Germany); Dmitry Berkov (General Numerics Research Lab, Germany); Michael Eichhorn (Institut für Anatomie, LSII, Germany); Sergej Erokhin (General Numerics Research Lab, Germany); Edgar Nagel (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Ioan Stanca and Minzhi Wu (Magnetworld AG, Germany); Silvio Dutz (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Olena Semenova (General Numerics Research Lab, Germany)

 

PS146: Biocompatibility of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for biomedical applications

Claudia Matschegewski (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V.); Anja Kowalski, Knut Müller and Henrik Teller (Micromod Partikeltechnologie GmbH, Germany); Swen Großmann (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany); Niels Grabow (Universität Rostock, Germany); Klaus-Peter Schmitz and Stefan Siewert (Institute for ImplantTechnology and Biomaterials e. V., Germany)

 

PS147: Optical endovascular imaging by combination of endoscopy and OCT

Axel Boese and Akhil Sivankutty (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Michael Friebe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany)

 

PS148: Establishment and initial characterization of a simple 3D wound healing model

Sabine Hensler (Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany); Claudia Kuehlbach and Jacquelyn D Parente (Furtwangen University, Germany); Knut Moeller (Furtwangen University & Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM), Germany); Margareta Mueller (HFU Furtwangen University, Germany)

 

PS149: Investigation of the Inertial Cavitation Activity of Sonosensitive and Biocompatible Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Applications Employing High Intensity Focused Ultrasound

Benedikt George (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Stefan Johann Rupitsch (University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany); Michael Fink, Helmut Ermert, Pia-Theresa Hiltl and Geoffrey Lee (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

 

PS150: Guiding and Accumulation of Magnetic Nanoparticles Employing High Intensity Focused Ultrasound for Drug Targeting Applications

Benedikt George and Michael Fink (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Stefan Johann Rupitsch (University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany); Helmut Ermert (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Christoph Alexiou and Stefan Lyer (University Hospital Erlangen, Germany)

 

PS151: Design and first results of a phantom study on the suitability of iterative reconstruction for lung-cancer screening with low-dose computer tomography

Britta König (University of Duisburg-Essen & Westphalian University, Campus Gelsenkirchen, Germany); Nika Guberina (Insitute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology and Neuroradiology & University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Hilmar Kühl (Clinic for Radiology, St.-Bernhard-Hospital Kamp-Lintfort GmbH & University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Waldemar Zylka (Westphalian University, Campus Gelsenkirchen, Germany)

 

PS152: Influence of 12-bit and 16-bit CT values of metals on dose calculation in radiotherapy using PRIMO, a Monte Carlo code for clinical linear accelerators

Zehra Ese (University of Duisburg-Essen and Westphalian University, Campus Gelsenkirchen, Germany); Waldemar Zylka (Westphalian University, Campus Gelsenkirchen, Germany)

 

PS153: Robust motion tracking of deformable targets in the liver using binary feature libraries in 4D ultrasound

Daniel Wulff and Ivo Kuhlemann (Universität zu Lübeck, Germany); Floris Ernst (University of Lübeck, Germany); Achim Schweikard (Universität Lübeck, Germany); Svenja Ipsen (University of Lübeck, Germany)

 

PS154: Comparison of approval procedures for medical devices in Europe and the USA

Marcel Vila Wagner (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen, Germany); Thomas Schanze (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen THM, Germany)

 

PS155: Analysis of regulatory requirements of medical devices and in-vitro diagnostics worldwide for the development of an efficient procedure of registration for manufacturers of medical

Magdalena Kedwani (TU Graz, Austria)

 

PS156: Mobile compressed gas supply for active orthoses and exo-skeletons

Laura Schwenkel (Universität Stuttgart, Germany); Swantje Janzen and Pia Mühlbauer (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Peter P. Pott (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)

 

PS157: Validation of a test system for microclimatic properties of body-attached medical aids (KliMed-HM)

Simon Gallinger (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

 

PS158: Individual Avatar Feedback Creation for Assisted Motion Control

Lars Lehmann (Chemnitz University, Germany); Christian Wiede (Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany); Gangolf Hirtz (Chemnitz University, Germany)

 

PS159: Finite-Element-Analysis of 3-axial femural stress during the implantation of hip endoprosthesis itle of contribution

Jörg Subke, Philipp Schubert, Bastian Kerber and Martin Pitzer (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen, Germany)

 

PS160: New technology for determination of personal anaerobic threshold used a mass-market heart rate sensors

Oleg Anosov (University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen Bocholt Recklinghausen, Germany); Iliya Tyuvaev (Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State University, Russia); Thomas Hilbel (University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen Bocholt Recklinghausen, Germany)

 

PS161: In-Vitro comparison of pressure and velocity in vein with oscillating infusion for different catheter sizes

Rayhan Muhammad Faishal and Leonard Pawelzik (FH Münster, Germany); Niels Hinricher (Fachhochschule Münster, Germany); Claus Backhaus (FH Münster, Germany)

 

Information for Abstracts and Papers Submission

Conference Topics

BMT 2019 Regular Topics

  • Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • Biohybrid Medical Systems
  • Biomaterials and Biocompatibility
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Micro and Nano Systems
  • Biosensors and Bioanalytics
  • Biosignal Processing
  • Cellular-, Tissue- and Bioengineering
  • Clinical and Ambulatory Monitoring
  • Clinical Engineering
  • Computer Assisted Surgery
  • Cyber Medical Systems
  • Digital Operating Room
  • Medical Technology and Society
  • First-in-Human-Trials
  • Image Processing
  • In vivo-Imaging
  • Intelligent Assistance Systems
  • Laboratory Diagnostics and POCT
  • Medical Automation Technology
  • Medical Decision Support
  • Medical Implants
  • Medical Information Systems and Management
  • Medical Lasers
  • Medical Wearables
  • Microscopy
  • Minimal Invasive Surgery
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Nanomedicines and Theranostics
  • Neurotechnology
  • Optics and Medicine
  • Model Guided Therapy
  • Precision and Personalized Medicine
  • Rehabilitation Technology and Prosthetics
  • Regulatory Affairs, Quality Management, Ethics
  • Radiotherapy
  • Surgical Navigation and Robotics
  • Telemedicine, eHealth, mHealth, Home Care
  • Training and Education
  • Usability, Risk Management, Patient Safety

BMT 2019 Track Personalised Medicine

  • Bildgestützte navigierte Intervention
  • Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
  • Endoskopie, Chirurgische Instrumente und Telemanipulatoren
  • Medizintechnik in der MRT
  • Mikro- und Nanosysteme
  • Rehabilitationstechnik

BMT 2019 Track Artificial Intelligence

  • Magnetische Methoden in der Medizin
  • Methodik der Patientenüberwachung
  • Mobile Diagnose- und Therapiesysteme
  • Ultraschall in der Medizin

BMT 2019 Track Artificial Intelligence and Personalised Medicine

  • Aus- und Weiterbildung
  • AUTOMED
  • Biosignale
  • Geschäftsmodelle Intelligenter Assistenzsysteme
  • Implantierbare Assistenzsysteme
  • Informationsverarbeitung in Medizin und Biowissenschaften
  • Neuroprothetik und Intelligente Implantate
  • Optische Verfahren in der Medizintechnik
  • Usability für die Medizintechnik
  • Digitalisation in Medicine


      

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DGBMT Students Competition

The DGBMT calls for participation of students presenting their research projects or diploma theses results. The best contributions are awarded certificates and prizes (posters and oral presentations in a common process).

1. Prize: 1000 EUR

2. Prize: 300 EUR

3. Prize: 200 EUR

Places 1 - 10 each receive a textbook from the Biomedical Engineering series.

These submissions are subject to the conference peer review process and subsequently will undergo an additional evaluation based on quality, degree of innovation and presentation of the scientific-technical work.

The best 10 papers are assessed by the jurors during the running sessions of the BMT conference and a ranking established. All finalists receive a participation certificate. Criteria for assessment by jurors of the Fachausschuss Aus- und Weiterbildung der DGBMT im VDE (see on the right side)

Conditions of participation:

Only first authors are admitted for presentation at the BMT conference satisfying the following conditions:

  • at the time of submission they must be enrolled as a student at a university,
  • they have to be younger than 30 years on the last day of the conference and
  • a member of the DGBMT (or of one of the two affiliate societies in Austria or Switzerland; in the first year DGBMT membership comes free of charge for students.)

If parts of dissertations are submitted,  the doctoral degree should not yet be finished. In consequence  scientific assistants, doctoral students and Ph.D. students are allowed to participate if they fulfill all listed requirements.

Please note that the final papers must have been finished when submitted.

A completed application (application form) including an application endorsement for participation in the student competition  by a university lecturer or professor supervising the thesis or dissertation shall be submitted in electronic form (PDF document) together with the paper (conference paper). The paper shall present only current research work which may have been terminated not more than one year before the deadline for submission. In the absence of supporting the participant will be eliminated.

Preparation of the paper:

Papers for the DGBMT student competition may be submitted as a presentation or a poster the assignment of which is in the hands of the conference scientific advisory board. In the case of the submitted paper shall refer only to the personal contribution of the author.

The submitted paper (conference paper) for the DGBMT student competition should not exceed a maximum of 4 pages (PDF document, no password protection) and may be written in German or English.

Please use the binding structuring and formatting templates (available below) for conference papers. The submission of papers (PDF document without password protection) is by means of a web-based manuscript handling system.

Abstract and Paper Submission

All abstracts will be peer-reviewed and if accepted published online in a supplement issue of the journal ‘Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik’ by De Gruyter. The published abstracts will be available online on the De Gruyter website (free access).

In addition, authors are invited to submit an optional conference paper (2 – 4 pages). The conference paper will be peer-reviewed and if accepted published online in the open access journal “Current Directions of Biomedical Engineering” by De Gruyter. Accepted conference papers will be available online on the De Gruyter website (open access).

    

ATTENTION: The use of the appropriate templates is mandatory.

  • Both abstracts or conference papers will be accepted if the template format was used accurately.
  • No editorial or layout changes can be done by the publishing after publication. By submitting your abstract and paper in English you accept the terms of the respective copyright agreement.
  • Abstracts have to be uploaded as WORD file.
  • Papers prepared in Word have to be uploaded as WORD file in EDAS.
  • Papers Prepared in LaTex have to be uploaded as ZIP file in EDAS.

Important Dates for Authors

ActionDate
Deadline of submission of unstructured abstractsMarch 31, 2019
Notification of acceptance for abstractsMay 10, 2019
Deadline of submission of conference papersJune 11, 2019
Notification of acceptance for full paper publicationJuly 15, 2019
Registration deadline for presenting authorsJuly 15, 2019

Templates for Authors

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BMT Abstract template

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WORD-Template: 20 KB
Fallback Word

Application form for student competition

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WORD-Template: 158 KB

BMT Paper Template (NEW)

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WORD-Template: 115 KB
Fallback ZIP

Author Sample Proceedings DeGruyter LaTeX (NEW)

DeGruyter Publishing House
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ZIP: 1.8 MB

Authors Statement

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PDF: 395 KB
License to Publish

License to Publish (NEW)

DeGruyter Publishing House
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PDF: 137 KB

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