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Projects, Computer Assisted Surgery, Finished Projects, Medical Decision Support Systems, Student Projects

Development of a sensor fusion method for AR-based surgical navigation

Current surgical navigation systems are mostly limited to displaying their results on external monitors in the vicinity of the patient, which forces the surgeon to switch between the displayed planning and the surgical site. Augmented reality (AR) devices reduce this problem by directly displaying the planning in the surgeon’s field…

General, Additive Manufacturing, Events, Functional Materials and Surfaces, News

MEET THE EXPERT – Implants, 8th September 2022, FHNW Campus Muttenz

[MEET THE EXPERT] Implants is taking place for the twelfth time in 2022 and is the well-known event for the implant industry in Europe. The proven concept of this one-day conference is designed equally for manufacturers of implants, suppliers and service providers, as well as for universities and institutes. The…

General, Additive Manufacturing, Functional Materials and Surfaces, Minimally Invasive Devices

SPIRITS-Project: Publication @Precision Engineering

Development of models for additively manufactured actuators using compliant Wren mechanism…

Projects, Methods and Systems for Neural Stimulation, Sensors systems for diagnosis and therapy

MANADBS project

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) has been widely accepted as an effective treatment for movement disorders such as Parkinson Disease (PD), essential tremor or dystonia. During DBS, high-frequency (mostly 130Hz) electrical stimulation is applied to disrupt the abnormal information flow using multi-contact electrodes implanted in the structures of the brain…

Methods and Systems for Neural Stimulation, General

STABLE Project

Tremor is an involuntary, rhythmic muscle contraction leading to shaking movements and thus affecting daily life activities. Often people relate tremor with Parkinson’s disease. However, the cause of shaking body parts may be the result of other diseases or disorders like essential tremor, cerebellar, physiological, or psychogenic tremor. Over 22…

Projects, Biofabrication

KOKORO Project

Creating a heart model inspired by origami – In the Nano Argovia project KOKORO, scientists are using nanostructured cellulose as a scaffold for cell cultures.

In the Nano Argovia project KOKORO (Japanese for “heart”), a team of researchers from the School of Life Sciences at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), the Department of Biomedicine (DBM) at the University of Basel, and Omya International AG are developing a novel, three-dimensional heart model.

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