TeachingWs09CompAssTraumaSurg

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Computer Assisted Trauma Surgery

  Lecture by Prof. Stöckle.

2 SWS, 4 ECTS, Master Biomedical Computing, required module

Time & Location:

  • Every other Friday, 11:00-15:00, Hörsaal Pavillon Klinikum rechts der Isar or outside locations

Further information:

  • The classes and examination are in English.
  • In case of organizational questions, please contact Dr. Benjamin König ()

Abstract

The practical course Computer Assisted Trauma Surgery is organised from the department of traumatology in Klinikum rechts der Isar. The aim of the course is to demonstrate the relations between clinical tasks, research projects together with the department of plastic surgery and cooperations with industrial partners. The students are asked to be prepared for the topics. The themes are listed. All industrial partners offer informations on their websites. Please google the topics, so we can discuss on a higher level. In the end of the course we will evaluate the student’s opinion about organisation, atmosphere and knowledge transfer during this curse. Please give direct feedback if something could be optimized. We organise this course in this semester for the first time. The aim is to get a "winwin" situation for all participants. Students should get background information about clinical developments, getting in projects and maybe they will meet their future employer. For industrial partners the presentation of actuall developments could be the basis of next research cooperation projects together with students and the clinical partners. Part of the course is organised directly in the headquarters of the industrial partners in Munich and the surrounding. Feel free to ask the organisers if you need some help. For any questions please contact Dr. Benjamin König:

Course Schedule

A password is needed to access the lecture slides. This will be announced in the first lecture.

Date Topic Speaker Materials  
10-30-2009 Introduction Dr. Benjamin König Introduction, Visualisation and Navigation in Trauma Surgery, Location: Hörsaal Pavillon, Klinikum rechts der Isar  
11-13-2009   Partner: FA CADFEM, PD Dr. Kovacs FEA simulation, ANSYS, Location: Hörsaal Pavillon, Klinikum rechts der Isar  
11-27-2009   Partner: Siemens AG Visualisation, Cone beam CT, 3D C- arms, Location: Hörsaal C , Klinikum rechts der Isar  
12-11-2009   Partner: FA Materialise, PD Dr. Kovacs Medical Rapid Prototyping, 3D Print, Location: Hörsaal Pavillon, Klinikum rechts der Isar  
01-08-2010   Partner: BrainLAB AG Navigation, Location: Kapellenstraße 12, 85622 Feldkirchen  
01-22-2010   Partner: Steinbichler Optotechnik GmbH, PD Dr. Kovacs Optical measuring, sensor technology, Location: Georg-Wiesböck-Ring 12, D-83115 Neubeuern  
02-05-2010 Conclusion Dr. Benjamin König, PD Dr. Kovacs Conclusion, Evaluation, Location: Hörsaal Pavillon, Klinikum rechts der Isar  

TeachingForm
Title: Computer Assisted Trauma Surgery
Professor: Prof. Ulrich Stöckle
Tutors: Dr. Benjamin König
Type: Praktikum
Information: 2P SWS, 4 ECTS, Master BMC, required module
Term: 2009WiSe
Abstract: The practical course Computer Assisted Trauma Surgery is organised from the department of traumatology in Klinikum rechts der Isar. The aim of the course is to demonstrate the relations between clinical tasks, research projects together with the department of plastic surgery and cooperations with industrial partners. The students are asked to be prepared for the topics. The themes are listed. All industrial partners offer informations on their websites. Please google the topics, so we can discuss on a higher level. In the end of the course we will evaluate the student’s opinion about organisation, atmosphere and knowledge transfer during this curse. Please give direct feedback if something could be optimized. We organise this course in this semester for the first time. The aim is to get a "winwin" situation for all participants. Students should get background information about clinical developments, getting in projects and maybe they will meet their future employer. For industrial partners the presentation of actuall developments could be the basis of next research cooperation projects together with students and the clinical partners. Part of the course is organised directly in the headquarters of the industrial partners in Munich and the surrounding.


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