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12.05.2021

headline-marker ANDREAS MELZER PRESENTS THE APPLICATION OF FUS FOR OTOLARYNGOLOGY AT THE DGHNO CONGRESS

As a board member of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT), Prof. Andreas Melzer will (read more)

07.05.2021

headline-marker Research findings from the SONO-RAY collaborative project published as Open Access

ICCAS’ research team around the SONO-RAY joint project recently published their study results in Springer Medicine’s (read more)

03.05.2021

headline-marker Max Rockstroh obtains doctorate degree

Sincere congratulations go to our longstanding research associate Max Rockstroh for obtaining the academic degree (read more)

26.04.2021

headline-marker ICCAS at the BigData.AI Summit 2021

On April 22, 2021, Prof. Dr. Thomas Neumuth gave an online lecture on “Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the treatment of leukemia” (read more)

01.04.2021

headline-marker ICCAS-NEWSLETTER 1/2021 PUBLISHED

The first issue of ICCAS’ Newsletter in 2021 has been published! (read more)

23.03.2021

headline-marker Andreas Melzer confirmed as council member of EAMBES

Prof. Dr. Andreas Melzer was confirmed in March 2021 as Councillor of Societies and Clinical Collaboration f (read more)

18.03.2021

headline-marker ICCAS’ annual report 2020 published

Despite the unusual challenges of the past year, we were able to successfully continue our research work and present its results in the latest ICCAS 2020 research report. (read more)

17.03.2021

headline-marker Summing up ICCAS’ Status Seminar 2020

Marking the first successful 15 years in existence of ICCAS, for the first time, this year’s Status Seminar was held virtually with around 90 participants (read more)

11.03.2021

headline-marker Cancellation of DORS 2021

In light of the ongoing pandemic situation in Germany, ICCAS regrets to inform that the annually held Digital Operating Room Summer School (DORS) (read more)

02.03.2021

headline-marker ICCAS is a founding member of the first center for robot-assisted and navigated surgery in Saxony

To meet the increasing demand for minimally invasive surgery, the first interdisciplinary center for (read more)