For the 15th time in a row, the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria arranges the Medical Technology Forum at its campus in Linz. At this event, the TIMed Center is also going to introduce its innovation-driving core facilities.
The aim of the project SPUSI is to show that artificial replicates of the human bodies do not only allow the training of surgeries: In the future, smart phantoms are also intended to be used in ultrasound diagnostics.
Healing with bio particles: BioCETA is intended to foster the development of industrial applications based on biologically functioning bio particles. The applications are expected to improve the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
The TIMed Center organized a workshop for consultants and manufacturers who work in the field of medical engineering. On five dates between February and May 2018, they got informed about the state-of-the-art and the chances in the field of digitized health technology.
On November 30, the Austrian MedTech- and IT-cluster hosted the Digital MedTech in Hagenberg. The symposium focused on the topics “science meets business” and “IT-security and privacy”. The highlights of the event can be found in our German-language Twitter feed.