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To be filled: New Professorship in Medical Software Engineering

June 15th, 2021|

A new professorship is to be filled at the Faculty of Medicine Carl Gustav Carus as soon as possible to support the field of medical software engineering at the university and, as a central role in the EKFZ, to link the faculties of medicine and computer science in research, teaching and transfer. The application deadline is July 15.

Back to life, back to reality – EKFZ-Talentschmiede back in presence

June 2nd, 2021|

The next event of the EKFZ-Talentschmiede can take place partly in presence due to decreasing number of corona infections. Next Monday, June 7th, vaccinated, recovered and up to ten negatively tested persons can meet and exchange ideas in house 19, lecture hall DINZ. The EKFZ "IntelliLung" team provides insights into their work around AI and Deep Learning in ICU.

SEMECO through to next round of Clusters4Future-initiative of BMBF

May 6th, 2021|

The TU Dresden wants to create an academic-industrial ecosystem for safe, highly integrated cyber-medical microsystems with the SEMECO concept and thus break the innovation backlog in the medical technology sector. SEMECO has now made it to the next round of the ideas competition of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) "Clusters4Future" as one of 15 of the 117 applications originally submitted.

Get to know the medical and technical basics of our Interdisciplinary Innovation Projects – EKFZ invites you to EKFZ-Talentschmiede

April 7th, 2021|

At regular intervals, clinician scientists and high-tech talents from the interdisciplinary innovation projects at the EKFZ for Digital Health explain the medical or technical basics of their projects in the so-called EKFZ-Talentschmiede. In this way, the interdisciplinary exchange is also to be deepened beyond one's own project team. The next Talentschmiede will take place next Monday, April 12, 2021 and is open to interested parties.

The EKFZ for Digital Health researches the use of smart glasses in everyday clinical practice with tooz technologies

March 25th, 2021|

The Else Kröner Fresenius Center (EKFZ) for Digital Health of the TU Dresden and the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus is researching the use of context-sensitive data glasses in everyday clinical practice in cooperation with tooz technologies. As part of the research project, a system is to be developed at the Dresden campus that will make medical data available to hospital staff digitally and mobile via smart glasses. The tooz smart glasses are not typical, often heavy and unwieldy AR glasses, but instead integrate the complex optical system almost invisibly into the shape of normal prescription glasses.

EKFZ Online Symposium on Digital Health – From Innovation to Patient Benefit

April 27th, 2020|

We invited five experts to share their experience on the topic of the implementation of evidence-based and patient-centered digital health innovations in the clinical setting. The online symposium aimed at establishing future cooperation with the EKFZ in Core Room 2 focusing on evidence-based implementation of digital innovations in practical medicine.