Program for 55th Annual Conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering

Time Niedersachsenhalle Blauer Saal Bonatz Saal Roter Saal Runder Saal Konferenzraum 7 Konferenzraum 8 Konferenzraum 11 Konferenzraum 12 Elsewhere

Tuesday, October 5

08:45-09:00 Eröffnungsveranstaltung
09:00-09:30 Keynote Lecture: Stefan Vilsmeier: "Potential und Hindernisse auf dem Weg zur Datengetriebenen Medizin"
09:30-09:35 Raumwechsel
09:35-11:05 A4: Biomaterials and Medical Implants A6: Progress in Real-Life Applications of mobile EEG / MEG A7: Manufacturing and Evaluation of Novel Biomaterials A1: High-Tech Strategie der Bundesregierung die in einem BMBF Innovationsprojekt (FORLAB) konkretisiert wurde A5: DFG PAK 961 Towards Model-Based Control of Biohybrid Implant Maturation - MoReBioMed A2: Special Session: Transregio TRR 298 Sicherheitsintegrierte und infektionsreaktive Implantate (SIIRI) A3: MPM Advanced tools and methods A8: Start-up Pitch Session A9: Hygiene und Medizintechnik  
11:05-11:35 Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung
11:35-12:05 Plenary Session: Prof. Amir Samii: „IT-basierte Operationstechniken - Stand der klinischen Anwendung heute" et al.
12:05-13:35 Fachausschuss Pitch Session
13:35-14:15 Mittagspause Start-up Round-Table Mittagspause Junges Forum: "Lunch with Leaders" FA mHealth Mittagspause  
14:15-14:45 Keynote Lecture: Prof. Haverich "Individualisierte Implantate"
14:45-15:00 Raumwechsel
15:00-16:30 A19: Neural Implants A10: Implant Based Drug Delivery A12: Fast Track for Digital Health and Care Applications A18: Technologische Souveränität in der Biomedizinischen Technik A14: DFG SPP 2014 Towards Implantable Lung A15: Dental Implants A16: Advanced Testing Methods for Biomaterials and Implants I A17: Regulation, Standards and Product Evaluation A11: MPM Connectivity  
16:30-17:00 Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung
17:00-18:15 P1: Poster Session -Mixed
18:30-20:30 Eröffnungsveranstaltung: Begrüßung: Prof. Lenarz; Grußworte: Minister Althusmann; DGBMT heute: Prof. Haueisen; BMT an der MHH: Prof. Manns; Preisverleihung und Laudatio; Festvortrag: Dr. Hochmair
20:30-22:00 Get Together

Wednesday, October 6

08:00-08:55   FA Neuroprothetik und Intelligente Implantate FA Endoskopie und Chirurgische Instrumente + Optische Verfahren in der Medizin FA AUTOMED FA Biosignale FA Ultraschall in der Medizin FA Aus- und Weiterbildung FA Fachausschuss Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate FA Methodik der Patientenüberwachung Virtuell: Modellgestützte Personalisierte Medizintechnik
09:00-10:45 MDR - Aktueller Stand, Umsetzung und Auswirkung auf die Medizintechnik
10:45-11:15 Keynote Lecture: Tobias Ortmaier: "Quo vadis Medizinrobotik? - Was können wir von den Cobots lernen"
11:15-11:45 Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung
11:45-13:15 B8: Image guided and robot assisted surgery I B3: Elektroden im Gehirn-Gegenwart und Zukunft - Joint Session DGBMT/DGNC B6: Biomedical Optics & Photonics I B2: Digitalization/AI - Cardiovascular System B5: Biosignals I B7: Mixed Session I B1: Education and Training I B9: H4A - Auditory precision medicine: research-based novel intervention methods B4: BMBF-Twenty20 Coordinated Research Project RESPONSE  
13:15-14:00 Mittagspause und Mitgliederversammlung
14:00-14:30 Keynote Lecture: Prof. Klaus-Robert Müller: "Künstliche Intelligenz und Big Data"
14:30-15:50 Plenary Session: „Lernende Systeme, Smart Hospital und Telemedizin"
15:50-16:00 Raumwechsel
16:00-17:30 B16: Image guided and robot assisted surgery II B12: Neurotech-Ethics - Technikfolgenabschätzung - Joint Session DGBMT/KIT-ITAS B15: Biomedical Optics & Photonics II B11: Modelling and Control B14: Biosignals II Junges Forum: Unternehmens-Tinder B10: Education and Training II B17: H4A - Hearing Devices of the Future B13: Implantable Assistance Systems  
17:30-18:00 Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung
18:00-19:30 B20: Blutdruck, Hämodynamik und Gefäßzustand - Innovative Erfassung und Bewertung - Joint Fokussession DGBMT/GMDS B24: Image guided and robot assisted surgery III B18: Digitalization/AI B21: Novel in vitro testing systems for implant development B19: Advances in Implantable Devices B22: Cellular Tissue Engineering B23: Patientenindividualisierte Implantate Preisträger B25: H4A - IT-based diagnostics and rehabilitation  
19:45-22:00 Abendveranstaltung / Dinner

Thursday, October 7

08:00-08:55 FA Mikro- und Nanosysteme     FA Bildgeführte navigierte Intervention FA Medizintechnik und Gesellschaft FA Medizintechnik in der MRT FA Magnetische Methoden in der Medizin   FA Implantierbare Assistenzsysteme & Rehabilitationstechnik  
08:55-09:00 Raumwechsel
09:00-09:30 Keynote Lecture: Prof. Schönermark: „Innovation in der Biomedizintechnik - Der Weg von der Projektidee in den Leistungskatalog der Gesetzlichen Krankenversicherung"
09:30-09:45 Raumwechsel
09:45-11:15 C5: Microimplants C7: Digitalization/Sensors, Medical Apps and Virtual Reality C1: Progress in Real-Life Applications of EEG and TES C6: Image Guided Interventions C3: Biomedical Technology and Ethics C9: MRI Safety C8: Diagnostic and therapeutic applications of magnetic nanoparticles I C2: Ultrasound Diagnostic C4: Cochlear Implant  
11:15-11:20 Raumwechsel Prof.Dr.-Ing. habil Klaus-Peter Schmitz - Junges Forum trifft alte Hasen - Runder Saal
11:20-11:50 Keynote Lecture: Prof. Leonhardt: "Wearables in der Medizin - Entwicklung, Standortbestimmung und Zukunft"
11:50-12:20                  
11:50-12:20 Plenarvortrag: Prof. Jochen A. Werner: "Digitalisierung in der Medizin - wo stehen wir aus der Sicht des Krankenhauses"
12:20-13:00 Mittagspause
13:00-14:30 Hilfe, ich habe ein Medizinprodukt! Zulassung für Newbies & Start-Ups C10: Modeling and Simulation - Cardiovascular System C11: Advanced Testing Methods for Biomaterials and Implants II - Cardiovascular C13: MIxed Session II   C15: Diagnostic and therapeutic applications of magnetic nanoparticles II Joint Session DGBMT/CURAC C14: Joint Session DGBMT/DGHNO - Onkologie C12: Novel Developments in implant coating  
14:30-14:45 Raumwechsel
14:45-16:15 C19: Additive Fertigung in der Medizintechnik   A13: Cardiovascular Implants C18: Cochlear Implants in children C16: Innovationen in der Schlafmedizin     C20: Joint Session DGBMT/DGHNO - Otologie    
16:15-16:30 Raumwechsel
16:30-17:00 Verleihung der Studierendenpreise und Abschlusszeremonie

Tuesday, October 5

Tuesday, October 5 8:45 - 9:00

Eröffnungsveranstaltung

Tuesday, October 5 9:00 - 9:30

Keynote Lecture: Stefan Vilsmeier: "Potential und Hindernisse auf dem Weg zur Datengetriebenen Medizin"

Tuesday, October 5 9:30 - 9:35

Raumwechsel

Tuesday, October 5 9:35 - 11:05

A4: Biomaterials and Medical Implants

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chair: Karsten Seidl
A4.1 9:35 Thermal welding of polymeric biomaterials: Development of a novel device for temperature controlled local application
A4.2 9:47 Establishment of suitable parameters for laser machining based production of polymeric implants
A4.3 10:00 Comparison of Characteristics of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in Bulk Hydrogel and Ball-milled Microgel Forms
A4.4 10:13 Investigation of dry electromechanical polishing for AM-titanium structures
A4.5 10:26 Impact of statins on vascular scaffolds response in porcine carotid arteries
A4.6 10:39 Mechanical properties of different 3D-printed polycaprolactones for tendon implant applications
A4.7 10:52 A method to determine the accuracy of shape setting of thin, spirally shaped Nitinol wires

A6: Progress in Real-Life Applications of mobile EEG / MEG

Room: Blauer Saal
Chairs: Patrique Fiedler, Jens Haueisen
A6.1 9:35 Rapid High-Density EEG with Dry Multipin Electrodes
A6.2 9:50 Influence of silver/silver chloride electroless plating on the Shore hardness of polyurethane substrates for dry EEG electrodes
A6.3 10:05 A novel compliant adaptive cap for combined monitoring of EEG and fNIRS in neonates
A6.4 10:20 Avoiding non-linearity of optically pumped magnetometer MEG within an actively shielded two-layer mu-metal room
A6.5 10:35 Enhanced Phase-Amplitude Coupling in Parkinson's Disease derived from Source Localized Electroencephalography
A6.6 10:50 Real-time source space EEG time-frequency analysis

A7: Manufacturing and Evaluation of Novel Biomaterials

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Niels Grabow, Volkmar Senz
A7.1 9:35 Structural analysis of calcium phosphate coatings on magnesium upon degradation in simulated body fluid
A7.2 9:50 Protein Adsorbate Biohybrids and Sequential Hystallosteric Protein Adsorption
A7.3 10:05 Fiber composite materials via coaxial, dual or blend electrospinning
A7.4 10:20 Femtosecond laser structuring of permeable and resorbable biomaterial
A7.5 10:35 Investigation of biocompatible Parylene as triboelectric layer for wearable energy harvesting
A7.6 10:50 Short-term mouse study evaluating the biocompatibility of CNT-silicone rubber interfaces

A1: High-Tech Strategie der Bundesregierung die in einem BMBF Innovationsprojekt (FORLAB) konkretisiert wurde

Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Gerald Urban
A1.1 9:35 Conceptualization and Prototyping of an Endovascular, Inside-Out Approach to Generate Large-Bore Vascular Access
A1.2 9:50 In vitro modelling of the CO2 balance during lung damage and elimination during oxygenator support in different configurations
A1.3 10:05 Adaptive acoustic sensing with integrated bio-inspired processing
A1.4 10:20 Co-Integration of Photonics and Electronics in Medical Engineering at ForLab HELIOS
A1.5 10:35 Integration of of Application Specific Integrated Circuits into Flexible Implants for Bioelectronics Medicine Devices

A5: DFG PAK 961 Towards Model-Based Control of Biohybrid Implant Maturation - MoReBioMed

Room: Runder Saal
Chairs: Stefan Jockenhoevel, Thomas Schmitz-Rode

Known design approaches for the fabrication of biohybrid implants do not specifically consider the individual dynamics of the cellular component, so that only a few implant concepts have so far made their way into clinical use. As a prerequisite for individualized production, a deeper understanding of the biological maturation processes of the cell-based biohybrid implant is required, which can be understood as a complex adaptive system. It is therefore the aim of the project to create a maturation model of biohybrid implants using the heart valve as an example. Building on this, a model-based control system is to be developed that allows implant maturation in a bioreactor matched to the individual dynamics of the cellular components of biohybrid implants.

A5.1 9:35 Impact of covalent and supramolecular crosslinks on the mechanical properties of fibrin-based hydrogels
A5.2 9:50 Special Session DFG PAK961 P2 - ArchiTissue - 3D-Architecture of biohybrid cardiovascular implants by additive manufacturing
A5.3 10:05 Special Session DFG PAK-961 P3: Computational Modelling of Maturation Processes in Tissue-Engineered Implants
A5.4 10:20 ProcessModelling - Process Control of the Maturation of Biohybrid Heart Valves
A5.5 10:35 Fluorescent Fetuin-A-Based Calcification Testing Of Cardiovascular Prostheses Materials
A5.6 10:50 Characterization and molecular imaging of a biohybrid tissue engineered vascular graft

A2: Special Session: Transregio TRR 298 Sicherheitsintegrierte und infektionsreaktive Implantate (SIIRI)

Room: Konferenzraum 7
Chair: Meike Stiesch
A2.1 9:35 Enzyme-responsive nanoparticles and coatings as drug release systems to fight implant associated infections
A2.2 9:50 Single Cell Force Spectroscopy to Analyze Bacterial Adhesion on Implant Materials
A2.3 10:05 New Biocompatible Materials for Active Stimulus-responsive Dental Implants
A2.4 10:20 Sensory cochlea electrode through detection of critical processes at the electrode nerve interface
A2.5 10:35 Simulation of multie-species bacterial coaggregation in dental implants

A3: MPM Advanced tools and methods

Room: Konferenzraum 8
Chair: Thomas Neumuth
A3.1 9:35 Smart surgical template models for customized knee joint replacements
A3.2 9:50 Classification of scoliosis based on multiclass svm model
A3.3 10:05 Assessing Generalisation Capabilities of CNN Models for Surgical Tool Classification
A3.4 10:20 Comparison of Geometrical Lung Models to Calculate Tidal Volumes during Spontaneous Breathing
A3.5 10:35 Changes of Physiological parameters of the patient during laparoscopic gynecology

A8: Start-up Pitch Session

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chairs: Valentine Gesché, Verena Scheper

Start-ups pitchen 7 min. zu ihrer Gründung und eine jeweils sich anschließende 3 minütige Diskussion ermöglich den Zuhörern Detailfragen zu stellen. Das Auditorium bewertet die Beiträge. Das Gewinner-Start-Up erhält eine kostenfreie Kick-Off-Beratung zum Thema Medizinproduktezulassung. In einem individuellen Workshop erörtern VDE Experten mit den Gründer:innen die wesentlichen Anforderungen, die für eine CE-Kennzeichnung zu erfüllen sind.

A8.1 9:35 OtoJig - The CI Surgery of Tomorrow
A8.2 9:42 Novel Contrast Media Injection Platform - easyJECTOR - Disruption by focusing on Unmet Clinical Needs
A8.3 9:49 BODYTUNE: Multi Auscultation Device - Personal Health Parameter Monitoring at Home
A8.4 9:56 Surgical Audio Guidance - SURAG: Empowering surgeons with a new perception
A8.5 10:03 ReaLusion - Anti-infective implant envelope for cardiac pacemaker application
A8.6 10:10 SurCore: A Haptic-Visual Training System for Surgeons

A9: Hygiene und Medizintechnik

Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chair: Clemens Bulitta

Das Management bzw. die Aufbereitung von hygienisch kritischen Oberflächen und deren Reinigung und Desinfektion stellt ebenso wie die luftgetragene Verbreitung von Krankheitserregern einen großen und relevanten Faktor der derzeitigen Klinikhygiene und Infektionsprävention dar. Der Richtlinienausschuss 5706 „Klassifizierung und Design hygienisch relevanter Flächen" arbeitet an einem Dokument zur Identifizierung und Einordnung hygienisch relevanter Oberflächen und versucht Strategien zu entwickeln um bereits bei Design und Konstruktion mögliche hygienische Problemstellen zu erkennen und zu umgehen. Zudem können neuartige Technologien zur Desinfektion und Keimreduktion einen wertvollen Beitrag zur Vermeidung von Infektionen leisten. Verfahren zur Desinfektion mittels Vernebelung oder UV-C Strahlung sind hierfür geeignet. Ebenso können antimikrobielle Oberflächen einen wertvollen Beitrag als zusätzliche Schutzmaßname leisten, indem Sie eine mikrobielle Besiedlung hygienisch relevanter Oberflächen verhindern.

A9.1 9:35 Development and verification of a test rig for inactivation of bacteria and (corona-) viruses by UVC air disinfection systems
A9.2 9:50 VDI-Guideline for hygienic design of non-medical devices and uncritical medical devices
A9.3 10:05 VDI-Guideline for risk classification of hygienically relevant surfaces in medical facilities
A9.4 10:20 Influence of surface material and reprocessing on the durability of antimicrobial surfaces
A9.5 10:35 Dry-fog disinfection as an alternative method for room decontamination
A9.6 10:50 Antimicrobial Activity in the Gasphase with Hypochloric Acid

Tuesday, October 5 11:05 - 11:35

Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung

Tuesday, October 5 11:35 - 12:05

Plenary Session: Prof. Amir Samii: „IT-basierte Operationstechniken - Stand der klinischen Anwendung heute" et al.

Tuesday, October 5 12:05 - 13:35

Fachausschuss Pitch Session

Chair: Christina Rode-Schubert

Tuesday, October 5 13:35 - 14:15

Mittagspause

Rooms: Niedersachsenhalle, Blauer Saal, Roter Saal, Konferenzraum 8, Konferenzraum 11, Konferenzraum 12

Start-up Round-Table

Start-ups MedTechProdukte: von der Idee bis zur Gründung
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Birgit Habenstein, Verena Scheper

• Gründung aus Sicht eines Start-ups, Dr. Valentine Gesché (PeraGraft) • Ausgründung aus der Hochschule: Dos & Don'ts, Dr. Stefanie Wolters (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Stabsstelle FWT2 - Innovations- und Transfermanagerin) • Regionale Unterstützung für Start-ups, Mario Leupold (hannoverimpuls GmbH - Bereichsleiter Gründung & Entrepreneurship) • Innovative Finanzierung von Medtech Start-ups, Prof. Dr. med. Clemens Bulitta (OTH Amberg-Weiden, Leitung Institut für Medizintechnik, Mitglied des Investment Committee der Aescuvest Gmbh) • moderierte Diskussion

Junges Forum: "Lunch with Leaders"

Room: Runder Saal

FA mHealth

Room: Konferenzraum 7

Tuesday, October 5 14:15 - 14:45

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Haverich "Individualisierte Implantate"

Tuesday, October 5 14:45 - 15:00

Raumwechsel

Tuesday, October 5 15:00 - 16:30

A19: Neural Implants

Room: Niedersachsenhalle
15:00 Exploitation transition temperatures of NiTi-SMA by adjusting SLM parameters
15:15 Compact system for stimulation, recording and electroporation of cultivated cells on MEAs as an in-vitro test setup towards multifunctional retinal implants
15:30 Self-assembling flexible 3D MEAs for cortical implants

A10: Implant Based Drug Delivery

Room: Blauer Saal
Chairs: Nils Prenzler, Verena Scheper

Die Kombination sowohl aktiver als auch passiver Medizinprodukte mit lokaler Pharmakotherapie ermöglicht die Behandlung der zugrundeliegenden Pathologie durch das Medizinprodukt bei zeitgleicher Modifikation des Einheilungsprozesses. Neben herstellungs-technischen Herausforderungen sind auch Aspekte der in vitro und in vivo Prüfung zu bedenken. Im Rahmen der vorliegenden Session werden unterschiedliche Perspektiven, Anwendungsfelder und Trends im Bereich der Entwicklung und Translation kombinierter Implantate vorgestellt sowie die rechtliche Einordnung der Kombinationsprodukte beleuchtet.

A10.1 15:00 Electrospun coaxial hyaluronan-based non-woven fleeces for opthalmic drug release
A10.2 15:15 A hydrogel based quasistationary test system for in vitro dexamethasone release studies for middle ear drug delivery systems
A10.3 15:30 Alginate Coating of Cochlear Implants for Local Drug Delivery
A10.4 15:45 Die rechtliche Einordnung von Kombinationsprodukten
A10.5 16:00 Drug-eluting coating of extruded polymeric tubular microstructures

A12: Fast Track for Digital Health and Care Applications

Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Martin Braecklein, Christian Weigand
A12.1 15:00 Digital Health Applications: from approval to prescription
A12.2 15:15 Digitale Gesundheitsanwendungen - Der Weg zur eigenen DiGA
A12.3 15:30 Die DiPA als Chance für die pflegerische Versorgung in der Altenhilfe
A12.4 15:45 ForeSight Approach to improve Privacy and Security in the Smart Living Domain

A18: Technologische Souveränität in der Biomedizinischen Technik

Prof. Urban
Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Gerald Urban

A14: DFG SPP 2014 Towards Implantable Lung

Room: Runder Saal
Chairs: Axel Haverich, Rolf Rossaint, Thomas Schmitz-Rode
A14.1 15:00 Towards biohybrid lung development - Analysis of endothelial cell-junctional proteins to resist clinical flow conditions
A14.2 15:12 An adaptive fibrinolytic coating towards hemocompatible surfaces
A14.3 15:25 Towards Biohybrid Lung Development: Preparation For Translation
A14.4 15:38 Minimally Invasive Central Cannulation For Extracorporeal Life Support: The "Uniportal" And "Subxiphoid" Approach
A14.5 15:51 In vitro and in vivo evaluation of NO-releasing and DNase-functional-ized microgels to target oxygenator thrombosis
A14.6 16:04 Endogenous release of nitric oxide for reduction of platelet activation on extracorporeal membranes
A14.7 16:17 HIL-Lung - Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation environment for artificial lungs

A15: Dental Implants

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Konferenzraum 7
Chairs: Theodor Doll, Valentine Gesché, Verena Scheper, Andreas Winkel
A15.1 15:00 Evaluation of silver ions for antibacterial but cell compatible properties
A15.2 15:15 Stable medical-grade liquid-infused titanium with biofilm-reducing properties
A15.3 15:30 Commensal microflora: A novel therapeutic approach to prevent bio-material-related infections
A15.4 15:45 The In Situ Human Dental Implantome: a First Appraisal
A15.5 16:00 Evaluation of Streptococcus oralis adhesion and biofilm formation on laser-processed titanium

A16: Advanced Testing Methods for Biomaterials and Implants I

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Konferenzraum 8
Chairs: Thomas Eickner, Melanie Steffens
A16.1 15:00 Investigations of Surface Interactions between PEGDA-Polymer and Drug using Surface Plasmon Resonance
A16.2 15:12 Universal single-board computer based control unit for biomedical test benches
A16.3 15:25 Comparison of temperature mapping methods for experimental validation of numerical heat transfer analysis of biomaterials and medical devices
A16.4 15:38 Dry vs. wet testing: quasi-static tensile experiment setup for polymer based biomaterials
A16.5 15:51 Qualitative evaluation of cell type-specific adhesion and migration on laser-structured opaque surfaces
A16.6 16:04 Validation of a solvent-based process for the smoothing of additively manufactured 3D models of nasal cavities
A16.7 16:17 Quantitative evaluation of cell morphology and material interactions on opaque biomaterials

A17: Regulation, Standards and Product Evaluation

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chair: Theodor Doll
A17.1 15:00 Design and implementation of a medical device test stand for micro-catheters and guide-wires
A17.2 15:15 Hybrid test bench for high repetition rate radial shock wave measurement
A17.3 15:30 Health Software Product or Software as Medical Device - an Orientation Guide for Young Entrepreneurs
A17.4 15:45 Functional Safety Concept EGAS for Medical Devices
A17.5 16:00 Is User Experience a suitable goal in the development of medical devices?

A11: MPM Connectivity

Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chair: Thomas Neumuth
A11.1 15:00 On the development of a FHIR-compliant backend for processing HTTP requests and API-based management of healthcare documents
A11.2 15:15 Development and Implementation of an Open-Source IoT Platform, Network and Data Warehouse for Privacy-Compliant Applications in Research and Industry
A11.3 15:30 TeleSDC - Concept for ISO/IEEE 11073 SDC in telemedicine across unreliable networks
A11.4 15:45 Service-Oriented Medical Device Connectivity: Particular Interoperability Standards for High Frequency Surgical Equipment and External Control Devices
A11.5 16:00 Generation of surgical reports using keyword-augmented next sequence prediction
A11.6 16:15 The Digital Twin: Modular Model-Based Approach to Personalized Medicine

Tuesday, October 5 16:30 - 17:00

Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung

Tuesday, October 5 17:00 - 18:15

P1: Poster Session -Mixed

P1.1 Simulation and Experimental Investigation of a Hollow, Bipolar Needle Electrode
P1.2 Towards an Intraoperative Feedback System for Veress Needle Insertion - a User-Centered Approach
P1.3 Counterfeiting in medical technology and how to efficiently protect your innovation
P1.4 Using a micro-physiological system to prolong the preservation of ex vivo lung tissue
P1.5 Minimum irradiance required to inhibit microbial growth to prevent ventilator-associated pneumonia by an endotracheal tube equipped with blue LEDs
P1.6 Effect of volume flows on the viability of MSCs during injection through a cannula
P1.7 Preadaptation of cell numbers for wound healing assays - A critical assessment in light of standardized requirements for biomaterials testing
P1.8 Generating adversarial images to monitor the training state of a CNN model
P1.9 Biphasic parameter identification of 3D scaffold-free cartilage transplants (SFCT) from stress relaxation compression tests using an optimized 3D FE-based method with tension-compression nonlinearity
P1.10 Comparison of biphasic material properties of equinen articular cartilage estimated from stress relaxation and creep indentation tests
P1.11 Development of a universal joint replacement wear simulator (DYNA-EndoWear)
P1.12 Multiphase fluids for hemodynamic studies: Fabrication of disc-shaped hydrogel beads as artificial erythrocytes
P1.13 Is heart rate variability associated to momentary assessed pain? Results from an ecological momentary assessment study in adolescents and young adults
P1.14 Application of an Ultrashort-pulsed Laser for Generation of Super-hydrophobic Surfaces
P1.15 A two-stage finite element based method for the study of stiffness and failure load of osteoporotic spines
P1.16 New microfluidic approach to predict future bacterial resistance
P1.17 Automated differentiation of Alzheimer's condition using Kernel Density Estimation based texture analysis of single slice brain MR images
P1.18 Comparative analysis of alignment tools for application on Nanopore sequencing data
P1.19 Study Design for Assessing the Impact of Indoor Environmental Quality on Human Physiology
P1.20 Nintedanib suppresses expression of extracellular matrix proteins in TGFβ1-stimulated primary human fibroblasts of the Tenon
P1.21 Analysis of uterine electromyography signals using time-frequency based topological features for detection of preterm birth
P1.22 Sensor-based measurement for advanced monitoring and early detection of PE wear in total knee arthroplasties
P1.23 Long term EIT based compliance monitoring in COVID-19 patients
P1.24 Electrodermal Activity Based Emotion Recognition using Time-Frequency Methods and Machine Learning Algorithms
P1.25 Insights of posture dependent pressure characteristics in five rats
P1.26 Scene Interpretation of Multimodal Data Capture Metrological assessment for Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures of the Hand
P1.27 Techniques of recording photoplethysmographic signals
P1.28 A software framework for real-time image mosaicking of the corneal subbasal nerve plexus
P1.29 Image processing-based mTICI grading after endovascular treatment for acute ischemic stroke
P1.30 Follow the tip: automated ROI-collimation during X-ray projection imaging
P1.31 Influence of contact cap design on large-area imaging of the subbasal nerve plexus
P1.32 Multiphase fluids for hemodynamic studies: Strategies for permanently available high quality artificial erythrocytes
P1.33 Laser Doppler Perfusion: A promising technology to monitor micro-vascular blood flow in the myocardium
P1.34 Fast Calibration of (Semi-)Monolithic Radiation Detectors for Positron Emission Tomography based on a Multi Fan Beam Collimator
P1.35 Towards 200 ps Time Resolution in Depth-of-Interaction Detectors for Clinical Positron Emission Tomography
P1.36 Methodology to delineate the distinct boundaries of peripheral arterial walls using MATLAB
P1.37 Developmenta an apparatus and method for extracorporeal blood oxygenation with the ability to modify the membrane surface as need-ed
P1.38 Robust Control of Blood Glucose in the Intensive Care Unit
P1.39 Classification of Alzheimer Condition using MR Brain Images and Inception-Residual Network Model
P1.40 Tracking blood pressure changes by means of non-invasive intermittent blood pressure measurements in clinical application
P1.41 Design of ultra-wideband antenna for the localization of pulmonary lesions during thoracoscopic surgery
P1.42 Vitrectome with Integrated LED Illumination: Development and Testing
P1.43 Separating ventricular activity in thoracic EIT using 4D image-based FEM simulations
P1.44 Definition of test parameters for dynamic mechanical testing of polymeric implant materials
P1.45 Fiber statistics of nonwoven materials by SEM images - influence of number of images
P1.46 Optimal sensor location in a Smart-Shirt to measure accurate tidal volumes during abdominal and thoracic respiration
P1.47 Impact of normalization, standardization and pre-fit on the success rate of fitting in electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
P1.48 Nano Porous Bioimpedance Sensors and Measurement System for Biomedical In-Vitro Applications
P1.49 Attachment of circulating endothelial cells to a cell probe: Combined experimental and numerical study
P1.50 Influences of Microgroove Cross-Sectional Geometry on Human Gingival Fibroblast Alignment and Spreading: Towards a Better Understanding of the Effect of Cellular Contact Guidance
P1.51 In vivo epithelial thickness measurement of healthy oral mucosa using Optical Coherence Tomography
P1.52 Influence of pedicle screw thread width and recovery time after surgery on fixation strength
P1.53 Needle insertion planning for obstacle avoidance in robotic biopsy
P1.54 Advanced Laser Based Histology of Medical Devices
P1.55 Comparison of Deep Learning Algorithms for Semantic Segmentation of Ultrasound Thyroid Nodules
P1.56 Refinio ONE, the foundation for the first truly social network
P1.57 Digitale Ethik und Nachhaltigkeit: Toolunterstützung für Entwick-lungsprozesse und Risikomanagement
P1.58 Movement filtered heart rate variability (HRV) data from a chest worn Sensor
P1.59 Bioreactor design for the mechanical stimulation by compression of 3D cell cultures
P1.60 Hemodynamics of anterior communicating artery aneurysms using combined imaging of the anterior circulation
P1.61 Image-based Blood Flow Analysis of Popliteal Artery Aneurysms - an Interdisciplinary Pilot Study
P1.62 Correlation of Black Blood MRI with Image-Based Blood Flow Simulations in Intracranial Aneurysms
P1.63 Robust and body-specific determination of EASI matrices for the calculation of Einthoven and Goldberger leads from EASI leads
P1.64 Generalised Image Processing Method for Quantitative Analysis of Nucleus, Cell and Focal Adhesion Clusters in Adherent Cells
P1.65 Investigation on Non-Segmentation Based Algorithms for Microvasculature Quantification in Retinal OCTA Images
P1.66 Laser sound in water: acoustic signals generated by nanosecond laser
P1.67 OCT visualization of ocular opacities for laser-based treatment of eye floaters
P1.68 Patient specific analysis of the extracellular matrix of triple negativ breast cancer
P1.69 Laplace-Beltrami Refined Shape Regression Applied to Neck Reconstruction for Craniosynostosis Patients
P1.70 Technical light-field setup for 3D imaging of the human nerve head validated with an eye model
P1.71 Automatic Hypercube Acquisition with high spatial and spectral resolution using a HSI Linescan Camera
P1.72 Non-destructive analysis of drug distribution in nonwovens as drug-delivery systems for biomedical applications
P1.73 Antibiotic-loaded nonwovens as protection against implant-associated infection
P1.74 Influence of sterilization on the drug release behavior of drug coated silicone
P1.75 Angiogenic Effect of rhBMP-2 Release from BMP-2 PDLLA Biohybrids in Co Culture with Osteoblasts and Endothelial cells
P1.76 In vitro release of chlorhexidine from UV- cured PEGDA drug delivery scaffolds
P1.77 Does the nanoparticle composition influence the targeting behaviour of aptamer-nano-bio-conjugates
P1.78 Simulation of selective nerve branch stimulation in the vestibular system considering tissue permittivity and effects at the electrode-tissue interface
P1.79 Monitoring microelectrode corrosion in situ
P1.80 Real-Time Multirate Filtering of Digitised Torque Signals on Tiva Microcontroller using Fixed-Point Design with MATLAB
P1.81 Nonlinearity of Magnetostrictive Torque Sensor under Varying External Magnetic Field Strength
P1.82 Interactive gait control of an active lower limb exoskeleton using insole FSR for detection of patient's movement intention
P1.83 Supervised Skeleton-Based Reference Movement Adjustment
P1.84 An Ultra-Fast Digitally Reconstructed Radiograph (DRR) Implementation of the Siddon-Jacobs Algorithm using Parallel Computing: Runtime Improvement of an Intensity-Based 2D/3D Registration
P1.85 Verification of an algorithm for actin tail detection of subviral particles by comparison with expert validated data
P1.86 Parameter estimation of support vector machine with radial basis function kernel using grid search with leave-p-out cross validation for classification of motion patterns of subviral particles
P1.87 Laser-Guided CT Intervention using Flexible Laser Bow
P1.88 Development of a digital process for the automated production of scoliosis corsets based on 3D scan data and review and comparison of the developed process with the current conventional process flow
P1.89 KneTex - Improvements to a textile-integrated sensor system for feedback-supported rehabilitation after ACL surgery
P1.90 Evaluation of an algorithm for optical pulse detection in children for application on the Pepper robot
P1.91 Development of a mobile, cost-effective and easy to use inertial motion capture system for monitoring in rehabilitation applications
P1.92 "Pandemic Robot" - A concept for robot-based surveillance of inhabitants in elderly and nursing homes during pandemic situations
P1.93 To improve patients´ empowerment by self-connecting in home parenteral nutrition
P1.94 Virtual Therapeutics - Use Case Requirements to deliver value with Virtual Reality and Biofeedback Applications for alcohol addiction therapy
P1.95 Traditional versus Neural Network Classification Methods for Facial Emotion Recognition
P1.96 PEG Functionalization of Magnetic Nanoporous Core-Shell Nanoparticles - Influence of the PEG Chain Length
P1.97 Investigation of structural and mechanical properties of bioprinted cell/hydrogel constructs for fabrication of biohybrid heart valves
P1.98 Special Session DFG PAK 961 followed by P1: Functional fibrin-based hydrogels for controlling cell/biomaterial interactions in biohybrid implants
P1.99 Electrical Impedance Tomography might be a Practical Tool to Provide Information about COVID-19 Pneumonia Progression
P1.100 eVision: Epidemic Forecasting on COVID-19
P1.101 Safety and Automation Concepts for Artificial Implantable Lungs - SmartLungControl
P1.102 Balanced Leave-One-Subject-Out Cross-Validation for Microsleep Detection
P1.103 Analog QRS detector with low power wireless communication module for medical IoT
P1.104 Intra-atrial impedance in different left atrial regions with respect to a patient-specific reference
P1.105 Analysis of Preterm Pregnancies using Empirical Mode Decomposition based Fractal Features
P1.106 Analysis of the pressure distribution under a pressure pad on the cheek to determine the blood pressure using the facial artery
P1.107 EMG Synchronized Reflex Hammer for precise Patella reflex test
P1.108 Micro-fabrication of conical gold tips

Tuesday, October 5 18:30 - 20:30

Eröffnungsveranstaltung: Begrüßung: Prof. Lenarz; Grußworte: Minister Althusmann; DGBMT heute: Prof. Haueisen; BMT an der MHH: Prof. Manns; Preisverleihung und Laudatio; Festvortrag: Dr. Hochmair

Tuesday, October 5 20:30 - 22:00

Get Together

Wednesday, October 6

Wednesday, October 6 8:00 - 8:55

Virtuell: Modellgestützte Personalisierte Medizintechnik

Chair: Thomas Neumuth

FA Neuroprothetik und Intelligente Implantate

Room: Blauer Saal

FA Endoskopie und Chirurgische Instrumente + Optische Verfahren in der Medizin

Room: Bonatz Saal

FA AUTOMED

Room: Roter Saal

FA Biosignale

Room: Runder Saal

FA Ultraschall in der Medizin

Room: Konferenzraum 7

FA Aus- und Weiterbildung

Room: Konferenzraum 8

FA Fachausschuss Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate

Room: Konferenzraum 11

FA Methodik der Patientenüberwachung

Room: Konferenzraum 12

Wednesday, October 6 9:00 - 10:45

MDR - Aktueller Stand, Umsetzung und Auswirkung auf die Medizintechnik

Chair: Ernst Klar

Die neue EU-Medizinprodukte-Verordnung (Medical Device Regulation - kurz: MDR) bestimmt seit ihrem Geltungsbeginn am 26. Mai 2021 das Handeln der Medizintechnikbranche. In dieser durch Prof. Thomas Schmitz-Rode (Institutsdirektor "Angewandte Medizintechnik", RWTH) moderierten Session wird Prof. Klar (Chirurgie-Ordinarius, Universität Rostock) dieses Thema aus Sicht der Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Wissenschaftlichen Medizinischen Fachgesellschaften e.V. (AWMF) beleuchten. Mit ihm diskutieren Frau Elizabeth Gföller (Corp. Dir. Regulatory Affairs, MED-EL Medical Electronics), Herr Hauke Schik (Head of Quality, Philips Hospital Patient Monitoring sowie Sprecher der ZVEI-Fokusgruppe „Regulatory Affairs Medizintechnik") sowie Prof. Prof. h.c. Thomas Lenarz (Klinikdirektor der Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde, MHH)

Wednesday, October 6 10:45 - 11:15

Keynote Lecture: Tobias Ortmaier: "Quo vadis Medizinrobotik? - Was können wir von den Cobots lernen"

Wednesday, October 6 11:15 - 11:45

Kaffeepause & Industrieausstellung

Wednesday, October 6 11:45 - 13:15

B8: Image guided and robot assisted surgery I

Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chairs: Thomas S. Rau, Jan Stallkamp
B8.1 11:45 Robotic CI surgery - but with the robot put aside
B8.2 12:00 Robotic milling of the electrode lead channel during cochlear implantation
B8.3 12:15 Reliability of start and stop control of hydraulic actuation for the insertion of electrode arrays
B8.4 12:30 Design and first evaluation of a manual insertion tool enabling force measurements during cochlear implant electrode array insertion
B8.5 12:45 Near-UV to near-IR multispectral illumination in a digital microscope

B3: Elektroden im Gehirn-Gegenwart und Zukunft - Joint Session DGBMT/DGNC

Room: Blauer Saal
Chair: Thomas Stieglitz

Gegenwärtige und zukünftige Herausforderungen bei der Programmierung komplexer THS Systeme - remote control Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Jan Vesper (Düsseldorf/DE)

Klinische, translationale und revers translationale Ansätze in der Entwicklung neuer Zielorte für die DBS Prof. Dr. Volker A. Coenen (Freiburg/DE)

Grenzen der Technik - ethische Aspekte der Brain-Machine-Interfaces Prof. Steffen Rosahl (Erfurt/DE)

Miniaturisierung von technischen Schnittstellen zum Nervensystem - Chancen und Herausforderungen Thomas Stieglitz (Freiburg)

Humanes Resektions-Gewebe als Ersatz von Tiermodellen in der translationalen Hirnforschung Ulrich Hofmann (Freiburg)

Ethik und Verantwortung in der Neurotechnologie Philipp Kellmeyer (Freiburg)

B6: Biomedical Optics & Photonics I

FA: Endoskopie und Chirurgische Instrumente + Optische Verfahren in der Medizin
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Christoph Hornberger, Werner Nahm, Thomas Wittenberg
B6.1 11:45 Automated vessel centerline extraction and diameter measurement in OCT Angiography
B6.2 12:00 Towards Quantitative ICG Angiography: Fluorescence Monte Carlo Multi Cylinder
B6.3 12:15 Multispectral single chip reconstruction using DCNNs with application to open neurosurgery
B6.4 12:30 PTT-based Contact-less Blood Pressure Measurement using an RGB-Camera
B6.5 12:45 Learning about reflective PPG for SpO2 determination using Machine Learning
B6.6 13:00 Non-contact vital sensor technology for care

B2: Digitalization/AI - Cardiovascular System

AUTOMED
Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Philipp Rostalski
B2.1 11:45 Towards computer-aided diagnosis of infective endocarditis in whole-slide images of heart valve tissue using FISH
B2.2 12:00 Continuous and real-time classification of multiple ECGs on an edge device using deep convolutional neural networks
B2.3 12:15 Estimation of calendar age based on autonomic cardiovascular function by applying machine learning techniques
B2.4 12:30 An automated pipeline for generating fiber orientation and region annotation in patient-specific atrial models
B2.5 12:45 Separating atrial near fields and atrial far fields in simulated intra-atrial electrograms

B5: Biosignals I

Room: Runder Saal
Chairs: Karin Schiecke, Martin Schmidt
B5.1 11:45 Sensitivity and Generalization of a Neural Network for Estimating Left Atrial Fibrotic Volume Fractions from the 12-lead ECG
B5.2 12:00 Classification of Bundle Branch Blocks with QRS Templates Extracted from 12-lead ECGs
B5.3 12:15 Finding an optimal dictionary of different wavelet types using sparse modeling to denoise ECG signal
B5.4 12:30 Quantitative assessment of ventricular far field removal techniques for clinical unipolar electrograms
B5.5 12:45 Use of a trained denoising autoencoder to estimate the noise level in the ECG

B7: Mixed Session I

Room: Konferenzraum 7
Chairs: Gerrit Paasche, Tobias Schilling
B7.1 11:45 Concept for parallel placement of flexible needles for Irreversible Electroporation
B7.2 12:00 Differentiation of Mild Cognitive Impairment Conditions in MR Images using Fractional order Jacobi Fourier Moment Features
B7.3 12:15 Development of a virtual reality simulation for exposure based addiction therapy
B7.4 12:30 Deep brain stimulation related artifacts measured in a Yokogawa-type MEG using a thorax-head saline phantom
B7.5 12:45 Selective electrical stimulation with current-field modulation

B1: Education and Training I

Room: Konferenzraum 8
Chairs: Marc Kraft, Karsten Seidl
B1.1 11:45 Computer-Assisted Quantitative Assessment of Endoscopic Skills based on a Urological Phantom
B1.2 12:00 Development and evaluation of a thorax phantom for the training of pleura punction in premature babies
B1.3 12:15 Extrusion-based multi-material 3D-printer for anatomic models
B1.4 12:30 Towards separation of superimposed photoplethysmogram signals for SpO2 measurements on pregnant women and embryos: Laboratory measurement setup for practical experiments and signal processing
B1.5 12:45 Functionalized wound model for gun shot injuries
B1.6 13:00 The Online "Expert-Panel" - Review of a novel Webinary Format

B9: H4A - Auditory precision medicine: research-based novel intervention methods

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chairs: Peter Behrens, Athanasia Warnecke
B9.1 11:45 Establishing the Rotating Disc Electrode for Pt Corrosion Investigations in Biological Media
B9.2 12:00 Delivery of neurotrophin-3 from nanoporous silica nanoparticles
B9.3 12:15 Polymer Fibre-Based Neuronal Guidance Scaffold for Neurites of Spiral Ganglion Cells
B9.4 12:30 Nanoporous Silica Nanoparticles Embodied into Nanoporous Platinum: A Novel Nanocomposite Coating for Neuronal Electrodes
B9.5 12:45 Towards new horizons in biohybrid implant research?
B9.6 13:00 Possibilities of Molecular Perilymph Diagnostics in Patients with Inner Ear Diseases

B4: BMBF-Twenty20 Coordinated Research Project RESPONSE

Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chairs: Klaus-Peter Schmitz, Thomas Lenarz
B4.1 11:45 Cardiovascular, ophthalmologic and otolaryngologic medical device innovations - Progress report 2021 from the Twenty20 consortium RESPONSE
B4.2 11:57 Development of a model for Eustachian tube dysfunction
B4.3 12:10 Quantification of stent deformation after TAVR into a pathophysiological annulus and its impact on paravalvular leakage
B4.4 12:23 Validation of Finite Element Analysis of a self-expanding polymeric microstent for treatment of Fallopian tube occlusions
B4.5 12:36 Intelligent and connected implantable pulmonary artery pressure sensor for heart failure management
B4.6 12:49 Modular in vitro flow model to analyse blood-surface interactions under physiological conditions
B4.7 13:02 Polymer selection for Eustachian tube stent application based on mechanical, thermal and degradation behavior

Wednesday, October 6 13:15 - 14:00

Mittagspause und Mitgliederversammlung

Wednesday, October 6 14:00 - 14:30

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Klaus-Robert Müller: "Künstliche Intelligenz und Big Data"

Wednesday, October 6 14:30 - 15:50

Plenary Session: „Lernende Systeme, Smart Hospital und Telemedizin"

Wednesday, October 6 16:00 - 17:30

B16: Image guided and robot assisted surgery II

Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chairs: Thomas S. Rau, Jan Stallkamp
B16.1 16:00 Towards Minimally-Invasive Autonomous Robots for Surgery
B16.2 16:15 Collaborative robot assisted smart needle placement
B16.3 16:30 BEC guidoo - A Novel Robotic Assistant for Fast, Precise Needle Placement
B16.4 16:45 Accuray evaluation of two co-registered mobile robotic systems for image guided interventions
B16.5 17:00 Finding the curved pathway of the large intestine for robot-aided colonoscopy

B12: Neurotech-Ethics - Technikfolgenabschätzung - Joint Session DGBMT/KIT-ITAS

Room: Blauer Saal
Chair: Thomas Stieglitz
B12.1 16:00 Neurotech ethics-a topic for engineers?
B12.2 16:15 Ethics of AI in Neurotechnology
B12.3 16:30 Neurotech ethics in interdisciplinary technology assessment

B15: Biomedical Optics & Photonics II

FA: Endoskopie und Chirurgische Instrumente + Optische Verfahren in der Medizin
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Christoph Hornberger, Werner Nahm, Thomas Wittenberg
B15.1 16:00 Single-cell ablation using a femtosecond laser to track regeneration in modified intestinal organoids
B15.2 16:15 High-resolution fiber-based cellular imaging
B15.3 16:30 Vibrational laser spectroscopy - Initial study on in-situ raman as a promising non-destructive and non-contact measurement tool to control decellularization processes of allogeneic tissues
B15.4 16:45 In vivo curvature and thickness measurements of the tympanic membrane by endoscopic optical coherence tomography
B15.5 17:00 SiN microring-resonator-based optoelectronic sensor system for multiparameter biomedical fluid analysis
B15.6 17:15 Partial 3D-reconstruction of the colon from monoscopic colonoscopy videos using shape-from-motion and deep learning

B11: Modelling and Control

AUTOMED
Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Thomas Seel
B11.1 16:00 Investigation of an embedded closed-loop stimulation current control principle based on the use of nonlinear ceramic capacitors
B11.2 16:15 Flow profile generation for a left ventricular assist device using iterative learning control
B11.3 16:30 Analysis of expansion within a pressure inflated section of an urethral stricture model
B11.4 16:45 Comparison of a histology based multi layer artery model to its simplified axisymmetric model
B11.5 17:00 Dependence of SpO2 signal noise on the pulse oximeter averaging time
B11.6 17:15 Automatic Segmentation of a Freezing Provoking Task in Parkinson's Disease Using Inertial Sensors

B14: Biosignals II

Room: Runder Saal
Chairs: Karin Schiecke, Nicolai Spicher
B14.1 16:00 Carotid Sound Signal Artifact Detection based on Discrete Wavelet Transform Decomposition
B14.2 16:15 Vital Signs and Sensors for Post-Exertional Malaise Prevention
B14.3 16:30 Optimization and evaluation of motion sequences of an averaged human motion model by using kinematic techniques and new evaluation methods
B14.4 16:45 In vitro validation of a non-invasive continuous blood pressure measurement method for the perioperative application
B14.5 17:00 On modifying a matrix pencil variant of Prony's method by singular values decomposition for signal denoising

Junges Forum: Unternehmens-Tinder

Room: Konferenzraum 7

B10: Education and Training II

Room: Konferenzraum 8
Chairs: Marc Kraft, Karsten Seidl
B10.1 16:00 A remote and immersive setup for pandemic-safe surgical education
B10.2 16:12 Extreme Constructive Alignment: How Multimodal Examinations can Increase Sustainable Student Gain by Aligning Teaching and Assessment
B10.3 16:25 How to Support Students in Maximizing their Outcome with Online Cooperation?
B10.4 16:38 State-of-the-Art: Biodesign based Innovation Ecosystems in Europe
B10.5 16:51 Forecasting the Future of Healthcare Democratization
B10.6 17:04 Is there a loss in quality between a whole-day face-to-face instructor-led seminar with group work and an instructor-led distance-learning alternative?
B10.7 17:17 Software-based practical course on visualization and processing of medical images

B17: H4A - Hearing Devices of the Future

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chair: Holger Blume
B17.1 16:00 Online Ratio Mask Computation for Real-Time Speech Enhancement in Assistive Listening Devices
B17.2 16:15 Single-channel speech enhancement using temporal convolutional networks: application on cochlear implants
B17.3 16:30 Fixed Point Analysis Workflow for efficient Design of Convolutional Neural Networks in Hearing Aids
B17.4 16:45 Framework for Live Recording and Algorithmic Evaluation of Ear-EEG on an FPGA-based Mobile Brain-Computer Interface Platform
B17.5 17:00 A Step towards Neuro-Steered Hearing Aids: Integrated Portable Setup for Time-Synchronized Acoustic Stimuli Presentation and EEG Recording

B13: Implantable Assistance Systems

Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chair: Thilo Krüger
B13.1 16:00 Characterization of loading profiles via handrails and harness during body weight supported treadmill training
B13.2 16:15 A neuromonitoring framework supporting the intraoperative placement of an epidural spinal cord electrode array for functional restoration in people with paraplegia
B13.3 16:30 Interactive implant Network
B13.4 16:45 Flexible Cactus Electrode Array for Bioelectronic Interfacing
B13.5 17:00 A Robust Multi-Channel EMG System for Lower Back and Abdominal Muscles Training
B13.6 17:15 Automated Robust Interpretation of Intraoperative Electrophysiological Signals - A Bayesian Deep Learning Approach

Wednesday, October 6 18:00 - 19:30

B20: Blutdruck, Hämodynamik und Gefäßzustand - Innovative Erfassung und Bewertung - Joint Fokussession DGBMT/GMDS

Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chairs: Dagmar Krefting, Sebastian Zaunseder

Der Blutdruck ist einer der grundlegenden Indikatoren für den Gesundheitszustand einer Person. Sowohl zu niedriger als auch zu hoher Blutdruck kann lebensbedrohend sein, letzterer ist darüber hinaus ein Risikofaktor insbesondere für Herz-Kreislauferkrankungen, die immer noch die häufigste Todesursache in Deutschland darstellen. Die Hämodynamik, also die raumzeitliche Dynamik des Blutflusses, und der Gefäßzustand sind eng verbunden mit dem Blutdruck und ebenfalls von hoher klinischer Relevanz. Innovationen in der Messtechnik als auch in der Datenanalyse bieten heute neue patientenfreundliche Möglichkeiten der Erfassung und Bewertung von Blutdruck, Hämodynamik und Gefäßzustand. Entsprechende Ansätze werden im Rahmen der Fokussession adressiert. Die Fokussession ist Teil einer Serie zum Themenfeld, die gemeinsam von der AG Medizinische Bild- und Signalverarbeitung der GMDS und des Fachausschusses Biosignale der DGBMT durchgeführt wird. Die Gesellschaft für Arterielle Gefäßsteifigkeit Deutschland-Österreich-Schweiz e.V. (DeGAG) beteiligt sich an der Fokussession und bringt die medizinische Perspektive ein.

B20.1 18:00 Pulse Wave Decomposition of PPG and IPG for BP Estimation During Physical Exercise
B20.2 18:15 Photoplethysmographic blood pressure estimation using pulse wave decomposition and second order derivatives
B20.3 18:30 Pulse Arrival Time - A Sensitive Vital Parameter for the Detection of Mental Stress
B20.4 18:45 Artefacts in Continuous Overnight Blood Pressure Measurements
B20.5 19:00 Clinical Relevance of different Pulse Wave Features

B24: Image guided and robot assisted surgery III

Room: Blauer Saal
Chairs: Thomas S. Rau, Jan Stallkamp
B24.1 18:00 Haptic User Interface of a Cable-Driven Input Device to Control the End Effector of a Surgical Telemanipulation System
B24.2 18:15 Reducing the manual length setting error of a passive Gough-Stewart platform for surgical template fabrication using a digital measurement system
B24.3 18:30 Voice-Controlled Collaborative Robot for Surgical Instrument Handover
B24.4 18:45 Twisted string actuation with position feedback for robotic endoscopy

B18: Digitalization/AI

AUTOMED
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chair: Thomas Seel
B18.1 18:00 Autoencoder-Based Feature Generation from Electroencephalograms of Microsleep Events
B18.2 18:15 Exploitation of Kronecker Structure in Gaussian Process Regression for Efficient Biomedical Signal Processing
B18.3 18:30 An interactive system for muscle and fat tissue identification of the lumbar spine using semantic segmentation
B18.4 18:45 Detection of Outdated Structural Priors in the Discrete Cosine Transformation-based Electrical Impedance Tomography Algorithm
B18.5 19:00 Acquisition of Semantics for AI-based Applications in Medical Technologies - An Overview

B21: Novel in vitro testing systems for implant development

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Roter Saal
Chairs: Gerrit Paasche, Jana Schwieger
B21.1 18:00 Customised micro-electrode array (MEA) test setup featuring a silicone-casted overlay with two chambers for separated cell seedings
B21.2 18:15 Utilizing direct-initiation of thiols for photoinitiator-free stereolithographic 3D printing of mechanically stable scaffolds
B21.3 18:30 Rapid Prototyping of Molds for PDMS-based microfluidic chips
B21.4 18:45 Development and validation of an experimental setup to investigate auditory neuron survival and outgrowth under clinically relevant electrical stimulation using a cochlear implant in an artificial cochlear model
B21.5 19:00 Low-cost photolithography system for cell biology labs

B19: Advances in Implantable Devices

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Runder Saal
Chairs: Birgit Glasmacher, Melanie Steffens
B19.1 18:00 Tissue Engineering Acoustophoretic (TEA) Set-up for Anisotropic Regenerative Constructs
B19.2 18:15 A novel pumping principle for a pulsatile valveless total artificial heart
B19.3 18:30 Numerical design studies of meander structures for self-expanding absorbable stents
B19.4 18:45 Micro Injection Molding of individualized implants using 3D printed molds manufactured via Digital Light Processing
B19.5 19:00 Development and validation of a test facility for pivotal characterization of glaucoma drainage devices

B22: Cellular Tissue Engineering

Room: Konferenzraum 7
Chairs: Jennifer Harre, Athanasia Warnecke
B22.1 18:00 Composite tissue-engineered scaffolds with human amniotic membrane
B22.2 18:12 Cell colonization potential of thermoplastic silicone-based polyurethane nonwovens for novel heart valve prosthesis
B22.3 18:25 Assuring quality of scaffolds in musculoskeletal tissue engineering
B22.4 18:38 Elastic Polymer-Coated Nano- and Macroporous Bioactive Glass Scaffolds for Bone Regeneration
B22.5 18:51 Decreasing immunogenicity of cells to support their use in biohybrid devices
B22.6 19:04 Towards biocompatible Left Ventricular Assist Devices by Endothelialization
B22.7 19:17 Micro-Physiological-Systems enable investigation of hypoxia induced pathological processes in human aortic valve cells and tissues

B23: Patientenindividualisierte Implantate

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Konferenzraum 8
Chairs: Valentine Gesché, Verena Scheper

Patientenindividualisierte Implantate sind in manchen Anwendungsfeldern bereits seit Langem etabliert. Durch neue Herstellungstechnologien, Datenerfassungs- und Planungssysteme sind neue Möglichkeiten entstanden, patientenindividualisierte Implantate herzustellen. Dies beginnt mit der Erfassung patientenspezifischer digitaler Daten wie bspw. medizinischen Bilddaten und erstreckt sich bis zur individualisierten Auslegung und Herstellung von Medizinprodukten. Im Rahmen der vorliegenden Session werden unterschiedliche Perspektiven, Anwendungsfelder und Trends im Bereich der patientenindividualisierten Implantate vorgestellt.

B23.1 18:00 Development of patient-specific drug-releasing implants in otorhinolaryngology using additive manufacturing techniques
B23.2 18:15 Additive manufacturing of patient matched cranial implants in PEEK
B23.3 18:30 Patient individualized drilling templates - an intraoperative manufacturing process
B23.4 18:45 In silico clinical trials: Using data-driven virtual patients to reduce time-to-market

Preisträger

Room: Konferenzraum 11

B25: H4A - IT-based diagnostics and rehabilitation

Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chairs: Andreas Büchner, Birger Kollmeier
B25.1 18:00 The Development of Graphical User Interfaces for Self-Adjustment of Cochlear Implant Processor Parameters
B25.2 18:15 Towards predicting Plomp's distortion component using a speech recognition model inspired by machine learning
B25.3 18:30 Smartphone based aftercare in cochlear implant patients: What have we learned so far?
B25.4 18:45 The Hearing Wish: Using EEG to optimize hearing in difficult scenarios

Thursday, October 7

Thursday, October 7 8:00 - 8:55

FA Mikro- und Nanosysteme

Room: Niedersachsenhalle

FA Bildgeführte navigierte Intervention

Room: Roter Saal

FA Medizintechnik und Gesellschaft

Room: Runder Saal

FA Medizintechnik in der MRT

Room: Konferenzraum 7

FA Magnetische Methoden in der Medizin

Room: Konferenzraum 8

FA Implantierbare Assistenzsysteme & Rehabilitationstechnik

Room: Konferenzraum 12

Thursday, October 7 8:55 - 9:00

Raumwechsel

Thursday, October 7 9:00 - 9:30

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Schönermark: „Innovation in der Biomedizintechnik - Der Weg von der Projektidee in den Leistungskatalog der Gesetzlichen Krankenversicherung"

Thursday, October 7 9:30 - 9:45

Raumwechsel

Thursday, October 7 9:45 - 11:15

C5: Microimplants

Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chairs: Karsten Seidl, Thomas Stieglitz
C5.1 9:45 Microchip Transfer Process for Implantable Flexible Bioelectronic Devices
C5.2 10:00 Concept for stretchable implantable neural interfaces entirely made of PDMS
C5.3 10:15 Next Generation of Implantable Pressure Sensor to Measure Liquor Pressure of a Ventricular Drainage System with sub hPa accuracy
C5.4 10:30 Pancreatic Implant for Glucose Monitoring
C5.5 10:45 Adhesion Testing between Various Silicon Surfaces and an Ultra-Conformable Medical Grade Silicone for Hybrid Implant Packaging
C5.6 11:00 Plasma Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition of Iridium Oxide for Application in Miniaturized Neural Implants

C7: Digitalization/Sensors, Medical Apps and Virtual Reality

Room: Blauer Saal
Chairs: Martin Braecklein, Jens Muehlsteff
C7.1 9:45 Sensory Wound Dressing for the Continuous Monitoring of Chronic Wounds
C7.2 10:00 Development of an app-controlled simple, wearable teeth grinding sensing device
C7.3 10:15 A mobile app for cardiopulmonary coupling analysis of electrocardiograms measured by textile sensors
C7.4 10:30 Validation of three mobile movement measurement systems to determine activity
C7.5 10:45 Field test of innovative digital technical assistance systems in the outpatient and inpatient care
C7.6 11:00 Accuracy measurement of HoloLens2 IMUs in medical environment

C1: Progress in Real-Life Applications of EEG and TES

Room: Bonatz Saal
Chair: Jens Haueisen
C1.1 9:45 Deep Learning for Brain Signals: Performance and Interpretability
C1.2 10:00 Encoding models for the analysis of eye movement related EEG activity: Perspectives for mobile EEG
C1.3 10:15 Dry EEG recordings for detection of left, right hand, tongue and feet movements
C1.4 10:30 Influence of electric field orientation on the effect of ocular current stimulation using full-field Electroretinogram
C1.5 10:45 Comb filters for the removal of transcranial current stimulation artifacts from single channel EEG recordings
C1.6 11:00 Realisierung eines Kopfphantoms für bio-elektrische Anwendungen

C6: Image Guided Interventions

Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Heinrich M. Overhoff
C6.1 9:45 Handheld gamma-ultrasound scanner prototype for use in radio-guided surgery and initial results
C6.2 10:00 Reducing dose of cone-beam CT used for patient positioning in radiooncology
C6.3 10:15 Method for markerless registration in surgical navigation
C6.4 10:30 A Combination of Wireless Point of Care Ultrasound and Augmented Reality on Hololens 2
C6.5 10:45 Cross Data Set Generalization of Ultrasound Image Augmentation using Representation Learning: A Case Study
C6.6 11:00 Flexible and extensible prototyping platform for robotic tool placement in 3D Slicer

C3: Biomedical Technology and Ethics

Different Approaches to a Complex Issue
Angelescu, Konstanze; Gransche, Bruno; Müller, Oliver
Room: Runder Saal
Chair: Arne Manzeschke
C3.1 9:45 "Yes, you are in pain!" A proposal for conceptual hygiene against naturalistic reductionisms in digitized biomedical engineering
C3.2 10:00 Benefit assessment of interventions in medical and information technology
C3.3 10:15 Personalized Health Some ethical remarks on high hanging promise
C3.4 10:30 Hybrid Agency

C9: MRI Safety

Room: Konferenzraum 7
Chairs: Andreas Melzer, Gregor Schaefers
C9.1 9:45 Safety of MR guided Surgery and Interventions
C9.2 10:00 Update Norms and Standards of MR Safety
C9.3 10:15 Persistence homology approach distinguishes potential pattern between "Early" and Not Early" hepatic Decompensation group Using MRI Modalities
C9.4 10:30 State of the art MR of implantable hearing aids/cochlea implants

C8: Diagnostic and therapeutic applications of magnetic nanoparticles I

Room: Konferenzraum 8
Chair: Silvio Dutz

Magnetische Nanopartikel sind sehr interessante Werkstoffe für die Anwendung in der Medizin. Dies beruht neben den grundsätzlichen Vorteilen von Nanopartikeln für die medizinische Anwendung auf deren speziellen magnetischen Eigenschaften. So können magnetische Nanopartikel mit einem externen Magnetfeldgradienten im Körper mechanisch manipuliert und gelenkt werden, die von ihnen ausgehenden magnetischen Streufelder können für bildgebende Verfahren genutzt werden und die kontaktlosen Erwärmung der Partikel in einem magnetischen Wechselfeld ermöglicht verschiedene therapeutische Ansätze. In den einzelnen Vorträgen der Fokussession werden aktuelle Entwicklungen zu speziellen Anwendungen der magnetischen Nanopartikel in der Diagnostik und Therapie präsentiert. Dies betrifft insbesondere die gezielte Wirkstoffverabreichung und hyperthermische Therapie sowie spezielle Verfahren des Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) in der medizinischen Bildgebung.

C8.1 9:45 The Influence of Hydroxyapatite-Coated SPIONs on Cytokine Release - Implications for Safety and Potential Therapeutic Use
C8.2 10:00 Nanomodified Hybrid Stents in Diagnostics and Therapy
C8.3 10:15 Magnetically driven passage of magnetic nanoparticles through eye tissues for magnetic drug targeting
C8.4 10:30 Highly Symmetric Receive Chain for Magnetic Particle Imaging
C8.5 10:45 A passive Dual Coil Resonator (pDCR) for frequency-selective Signal Enhancement in Magnetic Particle Imaging
C8.6 11:00 Image Reconstruction in Magnetic Particle Imaging for Pulsed Sequences

C2: Ultrasound Diagnostic

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chairs: Marc Fournelle, Andreas Melzer
C2.1 9:45 Investigation of Inertial Cavitation of Sonosensitive and Biocompatible Nanospheres in Flow Through Tissue Mimicking Phantoms Employing Focused Ultrasound
C2.2 9:57 Passive Acoustic Mapping for ultrasound therapy monitoring
C2.3 10:10 Acoustic-kinetic joint analysis: Synchronization and Evaluation of kinetic measurement data in AEA (Acoustic Emission Analysis) based diagnosis of arthritic knee joint defects
C2.4 10:23 Clinical case study in acoustic-kinetic joint analysis: Synchronization and Evaluation of kinetic measurement data in AEA (Acoustic Emission Analysis) based diagnosis of arthritic knee joint defects
C2.5 10:36 Opening the blood-brain barrier using ultrasound and microbubbles to deliver nanochemotherapeutics to pediatric brain tumors
C2.6 10:49 Ultrasound Thermometry for HIFU Therapy
C2.7 11:04 Investigation of an Active Measurement Method to Detect Inertial Cavitation and the Presence of Potential Drug Carriers

C4: Cochlear Implant

Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chairs: Nils Prenzler, Rolf Salcher
C4.1 9:45 Illustrating orientation changes of the insertion trajectory during cochlear implant electrode array insertion
C4.2 10:00 A New Tool for Measuring Intracochlear Contact Forces during Elec-trode Insertion
C4.3 10:15 A method for image-guided positioning of cochlear specimens in insertion test benchs using 3D printed stands
C4.4 10:30 Cochlear implants as in vivo oxygen sensors
C4.5 10:45 Digital Live Imaging of intraoperative electrocochleography - hearing preservation during Cochlear Implantation
C4.6 11:00 Neuroprosthetics: lessons learned from cochlear implants

Thursday, October 7 11:15 - 12:20

Prof.Dr.-Ing. habil Klaus-Peter Schmitz - Junges Forum trifft alte Hasen - Runder Saal

11:15 Technik hilft heilen - Medizintechnik muss in die Klinik

Thursday, October 7 11:15 - 11:20

Raumwechsel

Rooms: Niedersachsenhalle, Blauer Saal, Bonatz Saal, Roter Saal, Runder Saal, Konferenzraum 7, Konferenzraum 8, Konferenzraum 11, Konferenzraum 12

Thursday, October 7 11:20 - 11:50

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Leonhardt: "Wearables in der Medizin - Entwicklung, Standortbestimmung und Zukunft"

Rooms: Niedersachsenhalle, Blauer Saal, Bonatz Saal, Roter Saal, Runder Saal, Konferenzraum 7, Konferenzraum 8, Konferenzraum 11, Konferenzraum 12

Thursday, October 7 11:50 - 12:20

Plenarvortrag: Prof. Jochen A. Werner: "Digitalisierung in der Medizin - wo stehen wir aus der Sicht des Krankenhauses"

Rooms: Niedersachsenhalle, Blauer Saal, Bonatz Saal, Roter Saal, Runder Saal, Konferenzraum 7, Konferenzraum 8, Konferenzraum 11, Konferenzraum 12

Thursday, October 7 12:20 - 13:00

Mittagspause

Thursday, October 7 13:00 - 14:30

Hilfe, ich habe ein Medizinprodukt! Zulassung für Newbies & Start-Ups

Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chair: Cord Schlötelburg

Der Healthcare-Sektor boomt. In der medizinischen Versorgung gibt es viele Anwendungsfälle für neue Technologien, etwa für künstliche Intelligenz, medizinische Software, Hight-Tech-Implantate, 3D-Druck und vieles mehr. Da die Digitalisierung auch im Gesundheitswesen an Fahrt aufgenommen hat, ist der Gesundheitsmarkt noch interessanter geworden.

Doch irgendwann treffen Technik und Software auf Regulierung und Zulassung. Viele junge und branchenneue Unternehmen realisieren das erst spät und stellen mitten in der Entwicklung fest, welcher enorme Aufwand mit der Zulassung eines Medizinprodukts einhergeht.

Daher beantworten wir in dieser Session die brennendsten Fragen rund um das Thema Medizinproduktezulassung und berichten aus unserer Beratungspraxis von Medizinprodukteherstellern. Falls Ihr also gerade denkt "Hilfe, ich habe ein Medizinprodukt!" und wissen wollt, was zu tun ist, solltet ihr an der Session teilnehmen.

C10: Modeling and Simulation - Cardiovascular System

AUTOMED
Room: Blauer Saal
Chair: Philipp Rostalski
C10.1 13:00 Simulation and Visualization of the electrical Activity of the Heart with focal ventricular tachycardia in a 3D Model
C10.2 13:15 3D Model and Simulation of Atrial Reentry Mechanism and Supraventricular Tachycardia
C10.3 13:30 Spatial Sensitivity of ECG Electrode Placement
C10.4 13:45 Fluid dynamics in the human heart: Altered vortex formation and wash-out in mitral regurgitation simulations
C10.5 14:00 Adaptation of the Calcium-dependent Tension Development in Ventricular Cardiomyocytes

C11: Advanced Testing Methods for Biomaterials and Implants II - Cardiovascular

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Wolfram Schmidt, Bettina Wiegmann
C11.1 13:00 Paravalvular leakage of transcatheter aortic valve replacements depending on aortic annulus calcification
C11.2 13:12 Systematic morphological characterization of sub-visible particles generated from cardiovascular devices using dynamic image analysis
C11.3 13:25 In vitro biocompatibility testing of polymeric nanofiber scaffolds: fine-tuning for a better prediction of the in vivo behaviour
C11.4 13:38 Automation of online particle measurement during the simulated use of catheters and stent systems
C11.5 13:51 Particle Image Velocimetry for in vitro characterization of Paravalvular Leakage of TAVR-sealing concepts
C11.6 14:04 Validation of a Fluid-Structure Interaction Model for the Characterization of Transcatheter Mitral Valve Repair Devices
C11.7 14:17 A fibrin-based bioengineered tissue construct including a multi-scale vascular network

C13: MIxed Session II

Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Hannes Maier
C13.1 13:00 Vibratory output performance of a novel bone conduction implant
C13.2 13:15 A software for online monitoring of orientation compensated forces during CI insertion
C13.3 13:30 Estimation of accuracy loss by training a deep-learning-based cell organelle recognition software using full dataset and a reduced dataset containing only subviral particle distribution information
C13.4 13:45 Evaluation and Implementation of Biocompatible Methods for the Cross-linking of Plasma Proteins
C13.5 14:00 Gesture-controlled image system positioning for minimally invasive interventions
C13.6 14:15 Easing the storage burden of bioinformatics pipelines: the first open ISO/IEC standard for the compression and exchange of genomic sequencing data

C15: Diagnostic and therapeutic applications of magnetic nanoparticles II

Room: Konferenzraum 7
Chair: Silvio Dutz
C15.1 13:00 Physical characterization of biomedical magnetic nanoparticles using multi-detector centrifugal field-flow fractionation
C15.2 13:15 In vitro biocompatibility evaluation of a magnetic nanoporous silica nanoparticle
C15.3 13:30 Visualization of SPIONs-loaded Monocytes as Inflammatory Sensors using Magnetic Particle Imaging
C15.4 13:45 A multi-purpose phantom kit for magnetic particle imaging
C15.5 14:00 Optimized Coil Configurations for Improved Magnetorelaxometry Imaging

Joint Session DGBMT/CURAC

Room: Konferenzraum 8
  1. „Roboter bringen die KI in die Realität"

Alexander Schlaefer

Institute of Medical Technology and Intelligent Systems, Hamburg University of Technology

  1. „Robotik und Cochlea Implantation aus der technischen Perspektive"

Stefan Weber

CAScination AG, ARTORG Center - University of Bern, Switzerland

  1. „Wege ins Labyrinth? - Multiportchirurgie an der Schädelbasis"

Thomas Klenzner

Hörzentrum und Klinik für HNO, Universitätsklinikum Düsseldorf

  1. "Ko-Operieren mit Robotern"

Franziska Mathis-Ullrich

Institute for Anthropomatics and Robotics (IAR), Health Robotics and Automation (IAR-HERA), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

13:00 Neue Möglichkeiten der Assistenz im kognitiven vernetzen OP-Saal - Struktur ins Chaos

C14: Joint Session DGBMT/DGHNO - Onkologie

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chair: Matthaeus Stoehr
C14.1 13:00 3D Printed Individualized Frontal Neo-Ostium Implant in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery - a Proof of Concept Study
C14.2 13:15 Transoral video-laryngoscopic surgery of the larynx
C14.3 13:30 A Project to support Head and Neck Cancer Treatment by Artificial Intelligence - the TACTIC-HNC Trial
C14.4 13:45 Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) Instruments in daily clinical Practice - Value and Benefits for Head and Neck Cancer Patients and Clinicians

C12: Novel Developments in implant coating

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Konferenzraum 12
Chairs: Niels Grabow, Jana Schwieger
C12.1 13:00 Ultrathin fibre coatings on nanofibrous nonwovens by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition
C12.2 13:15 Method to determine particle release during long-term loading for assessment of coating durability of cardiovascular stents
C12.3 13:30 Scaffolds with magnetic nanoparticles for tissue stimulation
C12.4 13:45 Stability and Biocompatibility Tests of Alginate as Cochlear Implant Coating Material
C12.5 14:00 Neural electrode impedance reduction via Pulsed-DC electrophoretic deposition
C12.6 14:15 Kill&Repel: Antimicrobial and antifouling coating for wound dressings based on biohybrids

Thursday, October 7 14:30 - 14:45

Raumwechsel

Thursday, October 7 14:45 - 16:15

C19: Additive Fertigung in der Medizintechnik

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Niedersachsenhalle
Chairs: Jürgen Groll, Verena Scheper

Additive Fertigung, allgemein bekannt als 3D-Druck, ermöglicht bahnbrechende neue Entwicklungen in der Medizintechnik indem digitale Designtools und die bedarfsgerechte Produktion von individualisiertem Design ohne spezielle Geräte oder Werkzeuge ermöglicht werden. Der 3D-Druck wird zunehmend eingesetzt, um den Anforderungen in Medizin, Chirurgie und Forschung gerecht zu werden. Fachbeiträge zu Bioprinting, Druck von piezoelektrischen Kompositen und weiteren neuen Materialien sowie Untersuchungsmethoden geben tiefere Einblicke in das Thema.

C19.1 14:45 Deformation measurements with a flexible pharyngeal phantom
C19.2 15:00 Laser Bioprinting
C19.3 15:15 Modulating the reaction of primary human immune cells through pre-cise design of 3D printed scaffolds
C19.4 15:30 Digital Light Processing of polyelectrolyte hydrogels for drug delivery systems

A13: Cardiovascular Implants

FA Biomaterialien und medizinische Implantate
Room: Bonatz Saal
Chairs: Stefan Jockenhoevel, Bettina Wiegmann
A13.1 14:45 Contributions towards Data driven Deep Learning methods to predict Steady State Fluid Flow in mechanical Heart Valves
A13.2 15:00 Generation of cellularized fibrin-based bioartificial blood vessels with physiological elastic properties by transluminal matrix compression
A13.3 15:15 TAVI-Mimic for testing of heart valve leaflet materials in physiological loading situations
A13.4 15:30 Investigation of physico-chemical properties of TSPCU nonwoven for application in prosthetic venous valves
A13.5 15:45 Cardiovascular catheter stiffness - a static measurement approach

C18: Cochlear Implants in children

Room: Roter Saal
Chair: Angelika Illg
C18.1 14:45 Newborn hearing screening as one of WHO's three tracer indicators of global progress in ear and hearing health
C18.2 15:00 Audiological diagnostics in children - innovative or old fashioned?
C18.3 15:15 Fitting Strategies for children with very early cochlear implantation
C18.4 15:30 Executive Functioning Skills in Children with Cochlear Implants
C18.5 15:45 Hörübertragungstechnik für die Inklusion hörgeschädigter Kinder in Regelschulen - Stand der Technik und Ausblick
C18.6 16:00 Between Rich and Poor- Abhängigkeiten in der Hör- und Sprachentwicklung

C16: Innovationen in der Schlafmedizin

Room: Runder Saal
Chairs: Hagen Malberg, Thomas Penzel
C16.1 14:45 Welche Signale und Algorithmen braucht der Schlafmediziner?
C16.2 15:00 Contact-free and minimal-contact technologies in the diagnosis of sleep disorders
C16.3 15:15 Machine Learning for Sleep Stage Classification
C16.4 15:30 Apps für die Schlafmedizin

C20: Joint Session DGBMT/DGHNO - Otologie

Room: Konferenzraum 11
Chair: Stefan K Plontke
C20.1 14:45 Development of a predictive middle-ear model for the model-based diagnosis of middle-ear pathologies
C20.2 15:00 Finite Element Modelling of a Hearing Contact Lens Coupled to the Middle Ear
C20.3 15:15 Systematic and audiological indication of active hearing implants
C20.4 15:45 Development of the eustachian tube stent - an update

Thursday, October 7 16:15 - 16:30

Raumwechsel

Thursday, October 7 16:30 - 17:00

Verleihung der Studierendenpreise und Abschlusszeremonie

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