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headline-marker Discussion on KI in Medicine

On Monday, the chairman of the German Ethics Council Prof. Peter Dabrock, UCCL-Director Prof. Florian Lordick and Prof. Thomas Neumuth discussed about the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medicine (read more)


headline-marker BMT 2019 with preview on BMT 2020 in Leipzig

At the Annual Conference of the German Society on Biomedical Engineering (BMT) in Frankfurt, ICCAS presented its research successes in ten contrubutions (read more)


headline-marker Thomas Neumuth at Regions4PerMed workshop

From September 23 – 24, the ICCAS vice director took part in the Regions4PerMed international workshop on Big Data, Electronic Health Records and Health Governance. (read more)


headline-marker Presentations at CURAC

ICCAS’s research results presented at this year’s Annual Meeting of the German Society for Computer- and Robot Assisted Surgery (CURAC) concerned the following areas: (read more)


headline-marker DGU Congress Contribution

At the German Urological Congress (DGU) in Hamburg, Prof. Andreas Melzer speaks about MR-guided Focused Ultrasound as an option for the treatment of prostate cancer (read more)


headline-marker SONO-RAY results at CIRSE

The SONO-RAY group presents research results on targeted focused ultrasound (FUS) heating with MRI based temperature control at the congress of the Cardiovascular and Interventional (read more)


headline-marker Summer School Impressions

15 participants from 5 nations experienced an intensive training course during the sixth ICCAS Digital Operating Room Summer School (DORS) from August 26 to 30. (read more)


headline-marker 30 CME credits for DORS 2019

ICCAS’s 6th summer school – DORS 2019 – has been granted 30 CME credits (ECMEC®s) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®). (read more)


headline-marker Newsletter on 2nd quarter

The second ICCAS Newsletter 2019 reports on latest trade fair and congress activities, presents current publications and invites to upcoming events such as the next ICCAS Open Day. (read more)

Students test a robotics use case.


headline-marker Informatic students test ICCAS-developments

Medical informatics students from universities in Brunswick, Heidelberg and Amsterdam received an insight into the research in computer-assisted and robot-aided surgery (read more)