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Young talents welcome

You are a medical student and want to acquire new or deeper knowledge in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or computer science?
You are a student in the School of Engineering Scienes and interested in the practical application of your skills in the field of medicine?
You study something else and want to be part of our story?

Then you are right with us! We offer different possibilities to participate in the EKFZ for Digital Health for students:

Clinicum technicaleStudium generale / ‘Wahlpflichtfach’ |

The ‘Wahlpflichtfach’ Clinicum technicale is an interdisciplinary course for engineering and medical students aiming for an interdisciplinary cooperation between technology and medicine. The course takes place as a one-week spring school during the lecture-free period. Beginning with the basics of engineering and technology, various applications with a focus on Human Interface & Robotics are developed. Finally, important aspects of implementation and regulatory issues are discussed. Problems and solution strategies for the implementation of own projects are worked out and institutions and research groups at the interface between medicine and technology are presented.

The Clinicum technicale wants to encourage students to implement ideas on existing problems in medicine in their own multi-professional projects through newly established contacts.

SHK positions | internships |
Bachelor/Master/Diploma theses |

One of our digital health projects interests and inspires you?

Please contact the project team directly to check vacant SHK positions or possibilities for internships and theses.

doctorate (all disciplines) |

We can bring you into contact with our project teams or our network and know who offers open doctoral positions.

doctorate (Dr.med. (dent.)) – only for students of medicine/dentistry |

In cooperation with the Carus Promotionskolleg, we offer scholarships for the best applicants for a period of 12 months, allowing you to concentrate fully on your research during one (or two) semesters of leave of absence.