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Sensor systems for diagnosis and therapy

Design, implementation and testing of auto-calibrated, networkable, miniaturized sensor systems for diagnosis and therapy.

In medical technology, sensor systems with several function principles are used to increase the relevance of variable measurements (e.g. physiological parameters). We design, implement and test auto-calibrated, networkable, miniaturized sensor systems for diagnosis and therapy using modern analogue and digital electronics.

Our research work develops innovative magnetic field sensors for magnetically controlled catheter navigation, for MRT magnet quality control or to correct disturbed ECG signals recorded in MRT. We also use our magnetic field sensors outside medical technology in the wider field of life sciences, e.g. for mechanobiology.


Magnetic field measurement in a clinical MRT (Source: FHNW-HLS-IM2, Metrolab SA, Unispital Nancy)

Projects

Brain-Computer-Interface

Multi Channel Approach.

to Brain-Computer-Interface

Medical Imaging

Segmentation with Level Sets.

to Medical Imaging

Ultrasound Diagnostics

3D Visualization / Research Interface

to Ultrasound Diagnostics

Our Team

Thomas Garello
Thomas Garello PhD Student
Telephone : +41 61 228 58 01 (direct)
Duc-Vinh Chris Nguyen
Duc-Vinh Chris Nguyen PhD Student
Telephone :
Prof. Dr. Joris Pascal
Prof. Dr. Joris Pascal Lecturer in Life Science Technologies
Telephone : +41 61 228 56 47 (direct)
Thomas Quirin
Thomas Quirin PhD Student
Telephone : +41 61 228 57 08 (direct)
Stanisavljevic Nikola
Stanisavljevic Nikola Scientific Assistant
Telephone : +41 61 228 61 59 (direct)

Institut für Medizintechnik und Medizininformatik

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW Hochschule für Life Sciences Institut für Medizintechnik und Medizininformatik Hofackerstrasse 30 4132 Muttenz
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