Institute News

  • © Photo VolkswagenStiftung

    Professor Matthias Günther from the Department of Physics / Electrical Engineering at the University of Bremen and as well head of MR Imaging at Fraunhofer MEVIS receives € 100,000 within the funding initiative Experiment! by the VolkswagenStiftung.

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  • Fraunhofer MEVIS TAB Building
    © Photo Fraunhofer MEVIS

    Since August 2016, Fraunhofer MEVIS is located in the TAB building adjacent to the drop tower at the University of Bremen.

    On August 20, Fraunhofer MEVIS has moved into new premises in the Technical Academy Bremen (TAB) adjacent to the distinctive drop tower at the University of Bremen.

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  • Kick-off BMBF Project MS-Atrophy 2016

    Participants of the kick-off for BMBF project MS-Atrophie (left to right): Dr. Gregori (mediri), Dr. Spies (jung diagnostics), Dr. Klein, Dr. Schwier, Dr. Heldmann (Fraunhofer MEVIS).

    On Thursday, July 21, the kick-off meeting for the project MS-Atrophie took place at Fraunhofer MEVIS in Bremen. MS-Atrophie is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the program KMU-innovativ: Medizintechnik for three years.

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  • MEVIS-DIAG-Symposium 2016 in Bremen
    © Photo Fraunhofer MEVIS

    Institute director Prof. Ron Kikinis gives a presentation on personalized medicine.

    Today and tomorrow, May 26 and 27, Fraunhofer MEVIS and its partner, the Diagnostic Image Analysis Group (DIAG) of the Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen, Netherlands, gather in Bremen for a symposium for all interested colleagues of the two MEVIS locations and DIAG.

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  • Opening Wissenschaftscampus 2016 in Bremen
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    Prof. Dr. Bernd Mayer, Dr.-Ing. Andrea Schenk, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Busse, Senator Prof. Dr. Eva Quante-Brandt, Prof. Dr. Horst Hahn, Dr. Michael Vogel und Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan Wenske (v.l.) welcome the female students at Wissenschaftscampus 2016

    From March 7 to March 10, Fraunhofer will offer a special opportunity to young researchers: In the context of Wissenschaftscampus organized by Fraunhofer MEVIS together with Fraunhofer IFAM and Fraunhofer IWES, female students in the fields mathematics, IT, natural science and technology (MINT) will have the possibility to peek behind the scenes of the institute for computer support for image-based medicine.

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  • Results of Computer Aided Detection CAD in lung CT images

    CAD applied to subtraction-based registration of prior and current lung CT images detected a new nodule.

    Researchers from the DIAG, Nijmegen, have developed a novel computer-aided detection technique to highlight temporal changes in lung cancer screening scans.

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