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Master Theses

Model-based Automation and Integration

Multimodale Datenverknüpfung
Contact: Stefan Franke
Relevant disciplines: computer science, mathematics, engineering

Simulation of clinical processes – simulation and evaluation of clinical and surgical processes for different scenarios
Contact: Juliane Neumann
Relevant disciplines: computer science, mathematics, engineering

Computer vision and natural language processing in minimally-invasive endoscopic navigation – Machine Learning concepts for the interpretation of surgical procedures
Contact: Richard Bieck
Relevant disciplines: computer science, mathematics, engineering

Development of intelligent navigation functions for minimally-invasive endoscopic surgery using strategies from autonomous robotics for spatial orientation and wayfinding
Contact: Richard Bieck
Relevant disciplines: computer science, mathematics, engineering, philosophy

Multimodal Intraoperative Imaging

Development of an algorithm for the evaluation of dynamic infrared thermography
Contact: Michael Unger
Relevant disciplines: computer science

Development of a projection system for intraoperative visualization
Contact: Michael Unger
Relevant disciplines: computer science

Web-based HSI tissue atlas – Implementation of a web-based tissue atlas for hyperspectral data
Contact: Hannes Köhler
Relevant disciplines: computer science, media informatics, medical informatics

Computer-assisted Imgage-guided Interventions

Development of a therapy planning system using augmented reality
Contact: Michael Unger
Relevant disciplines: computer science, engineering, bio-/medical technology

Bachelor theses

Modell-based Automation and Integration

Modelling of surgical processes – Extension of a business process modelling language with adaptation of a modelling environment for the representation of surgical processes
Contact: Juliane Neumann
Relevant disciplines: computer science, business informatics

Computer vision and natural language processing in minimally-invasive endoscopic navigation – Machine Learning concepts for the interpretation of surgical procedures
Contact: Richard Bieck
Relevant disciplines: computer science, mathematics, engineering

Development of intelligent navigation functions for minimally-invasive endoscopic surgery using strategies from autonomous robotics for spatial orientation and wayfinding
Contact: Richard Bieck
Relevant disciplines: computer science, mathematics, engineering, philosophy

Multimodal Intraoperative Imaging

Development of a projection system for intraoperative visualization
Contact: Michael Unger
Relevant disciplines: computer science