Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS

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Fraunhofer MEVIS develops real-world software solutions for computer-aided medicine, bridging between medical imaging, image-guided therapy, and healthcare informatics – bringing benefits to patients, customers and partners.

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Multicycle Real-time MRI Analysis

CaFuR enables cardiac diagnosis with real-time MRI. It consists of an accelerated MRI acquisition and a complete software solution for automated analysis.

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Software Assistance for Needle Based Intervention

SAFIR supports the whole interventional workflow from planning to assessment utilizing segmentation, registration, simulation, optimization and visualization methodology. To facilitate fast deployment of new applications targeted at specific clinical questions or scientific projects, SAFIR is designed as a modular framework, which allows for re-using information processing methods and customization of algorithms.

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Medical Knowledge Through Research

Medical Knowledge Through Research

Medical Knowledge Through Research

Medical Knowledge Through Research

Medical Knowledge Through Research

Medical Knowledge Through Research

 

07.07.2017 | Institute News

Deep Learning: From AlphaGo to Diagnostics

Working group for exchange on deep learning in medical applications planned

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25.7.2017

Book on Computer Vision with Uncertain Data

Together with Professor Mike Kirby from the University of Utah, Fraunhofer MEVIS researchers Professor Tobias Preusser and Dr. Torben Pätz jointly authored a book titled „Stochastic Partial Differential Equations for Computer Vision with Uncertain Data“ published in July 2017.

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7.7.2017

Deep Learning: From AlphaGo to Diagnostics - Huge Interest in Trendsetting Topic

On July 4, 2017, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IHK) Lübeck organized together with Fraunhofer MEVIS the 5th Lübeck Summer Academy (LSA) on Medical Technology.

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22.6.2017

Ninth Meeting of the Fraunhofer MEVIS Advisory Board

In Bremen on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, the Fraunhofer MEVIS Advisory Board (Kuratorium) met for the ninth time.

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21.6.2017

Blood flow under magnetic magnifier

When diagnosing strokes and heart diseases or looking at tumors, perfusion magnetic resonance imaging offers a gentler way to capture the blood flow circulation in the organs. However, the method is far from being implemented to its full potential at many clinics. The Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS in Bremen, Germany is organizing a workshop entitled “Measurement of Perfusion and Capillary Exchange” from June 21 to 23 to promote adoption of the method. The event will provide information about its applications and the current state of research. With their joint research alliance, Siemens Healthineers and the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS will support physicians in finding the right course of therapy for their patients.

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21.06.2017 | Press Release

Blood flow under magnetic magnifier

A training workshop at Fraunhofer MEVIS will deliver information about the possibilities of perfusion magnetic resonance imaging

 

24.05.2017 | Press Release

Information integration and artificial intelligence for better diagnosis and therapy decisions

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04.07.2017 | Conference

Lübeck Summer Academy on Medical Technology 2017

This year's topics are regulatory affairs for medical devices, deep learning and microfluidics.

21.06. - 23.6.2017 | Course

MR Measurement of Perfusion and Capillary Exchange

The course provides an overview of modern technologies for perfusion imaging with a focus on MRI modalities.