R&D Engagement and Science Communication

Fraunhofer MEVIS is opening up its R&D, also integrating the arts and humanities. Our focus is on inclusive life-long education, collaborative production, scientifically informed art, and text based media work. Laypersons and experts​ are invited to get involved and learn, educate, communicate, and disseminate innovative R&D ​eye-to-eye with our researchers & developers!

We are committed to raising awareness about how the digital transformation influences health care. The aims are:

  • to make the outcome and impact of our R&D accessible
  • to bolster digital sovereignty for cooperating partners, universities, schools, employees, the media, and the broader public
  • to foster the engagement with and ownership of future technology
  • to stimulate critical dialog about and implementation of new technology in the field of digital medicine within society
  • to create meaningful interactions between diverse players in society and STEM scientists and software developers in digital medicine

Engagement is a two-way process involving interaction and attention for mutual understanding and benefit. We aim to help raise the level of trust in digital medicine and related STEM sciences​ by educating, informing, and supporting fact-based discussions.

Young Researchers

Scientific Education

Did you always wanted to know how the work of a researcher looks like? Do an internship? Want to participate in the programs and events we offer?

Educate Everybody

Scientific Education

We take you on a journey through the world of digital medicine and the associated STEM topics

Students

Scientific Education

Activities & assignments. Continuity from internship to master thesis is possible

Virtual & Physical Space for Science Education

From the core of our research and development: Explore with us the world of digital medicine!

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Hybrid Online and On-site Experiences

The Tides Within Us

Visit our partners, science museums and galleries on site and participate in in-depth workshops and lectures online

Online Learning Tools

Driven by our research activities we develop online learning tools for online and on-site activities that are adaptable for different ages, aspects and target groups

Moving Images & Immersive Experiences

Collaborative Production

Based on Real Medical Data

 

The Tides Within Us

Collaborative Production

We are research partner of the artists Marshmallow Laser Feast (UK) creating the immersive artwork ‘The Tides Within Us’ 

Artist Residency STEAM Imaging

Collaborative Production

Artists, school students and scientists explore digital medicine together

Our Own Artistic Works

The MEVIS team creates its own artistic works and cooperates with international artists.

The Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis, Winner Industry Award for Best Immersive Media, Raw Science Film Festival 2018, CA, USA

Medical Interactive Exhibits

Collaborative Production

Based on Real Medical Data

Science Meets Film & Fiction

Exploring sustainable forms of cooperation and promoting a mutual understanding and learning in workshops about narrative design and digital medicine

Expert to Expert Communication

Interdisciplinarity plays an essential role in digital medicine. In our projects, we bring together experts from different STEM fields, integrating the arts and humanities, to develop tools and demonstrators for education and communication

Artist Residency STEAM Imaging III

by Fraunhofer MEVIS, jointly hosted with Ars Electronica; Partner of the European Platform for Digital Humanism

Press Information, Institute News & Media Contact


The Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis#

This short movie shows the dynamic reconstruction of the blood flow of a healthy human heart. New imaging methods for flow visualizations as shown are integrated into software assistants to help doctors determine how the blood flow changes due to heart diseases without using a catheter. They help calculate how the blood pressure and shear forces on the wall of the blood vessels change for patients with heart valve problems. Additional patient-specific numerical flow simulations could help estimate the benefits provided by a new heart valve before an intervention.  

Contact Press / Media

Bianka Hofmann

Science & Tech Communication; Project Development & Creative Production; Press and Media Work

Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS
Max-von-Laue-Str. 2
28359 Bremen

Phone +49 421 218-59231

Contact Press / Media

Alexander Köhn

Medical Web Applications, Computer Scientist

Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS
Max-von-Laue-Str. 2
28359 Bremen

Phone +49 421 218-59242

Contact Press / Media

Dr. rer. nat. Hanne Ballhausen

Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS
Max-von-Laue-Str. 2
28359 Bremen

Phone +49 421 218-59289

Contact Press / Media

Sabrina Haase

Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS
Max-von-Laue-Str. 2
28359 Bremen

Phone +49 421 218-59221