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01.02.2012

headline-marker ICCAS presented its work on occasion of Open Doors at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

ICCAS presented its work on occasion of Open Doors at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Parliamentary State Secretaries, Thomas Rachel, and Andreas Storm, had a close look at the results of our work.
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headline-marker ICCAS to participate in the “Tag der offenen Tür im BMBF” event

ICCAS to participate in the “Tag der offenen Tür im BMBF” event within the topic “Einladung zum Staatsbesuch” in Berlin 26-27 August 2006.

headline-marker ICCAS to participate in the “Medizin und Informatik” event within the “Woche der Informatik” in Dresden 2-10 October 2006

As part of the “Informatikjahr”, a fascinating program is going to be offered in Dresden from 2 to 10 October 2006 during the “Woche der Informatik”.Very different fields in which computing plays a fundamental role asmotor of innovation are going to be presented at different locationsthroughout the city of Dresden.

In this setting, ICCAS will take part in the “Medizin und Informatik” event. During this day the presentations will focus on the impact ofcomputing and computers in the medicine of today and of the future.

ICCAS contribution will revolve around some of the main research topics at the Center. The following will be exhibited:

  • The navigated control concept, with the FESS-Control system.
  • Workflow recording and displaying
  • Phantoms for training and learning with ICASS Electronic Phantom

Additionally, there will be some oral presentations about computersin surgery and there will be the possibility to discuss about anyrelated topic with some of ICCAS researchers.

headline-marker ICCAS exhibited at HNO Congress

From 24.05.-27.05.06 ICCAS presented an innovative Electronic Phantom during the Congress of the “German Society of Oto-Rhino-Laryngoscopic Surgery” (www.hno.org) in Mannheim. The phantom system can be used for the simulation of milling procedures at the petrous bone. Injuring of structures at risk like the facial nerve and blood vessels can be detected during the simulation and documented with special software.

Homepage of the congress: www.hno.org

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