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WS2019/20

CDH

Category: Student Projects, WS2019/20

Course description Wearable sensor technology, particularly inertial measurement sensors are used in various motion analysis including applications in sport, medicine, and rehabilitation of patients after stroke. However, how would a hemiparetic stroke patient attach a sensor to the wrist? The quest...

Category: Student Projects, WS2019/20

Seminar description The project aims to develop a physical multi-source model to study and analyze how the body acoustic emissions propagate. The body is a source of different sounds that can indicate whether the human is healthy or not. However, since the structure is composed by different types of...

Category: Student Projects, WS2019/20

Seminar description With the onslaught of fake news and identity politics, the art of the discourse is fading out. Specifically, people have abandoned the dialectic discourse and opted for an “I am right you are wrong” approach. The crux of the matter is that when people are presented with facts...

Category: Student Projects, WS2019/20

Course/Project description Temporalis muscles are interesting for different eating monitoring purposes. Compared to medical imaging methods, 3D scanning of the head is much affordable and usually less intrusive. Locating muscles on 3D scanned head model is an explorative and challenging topic. In th...

Category: Student Projects, WS2019/20

Course/Project description Head landmarks are the key points that describe the shape of the head attributes, e.g. eyes, nose, and chin etc. Most available landmark detection algorithms focus on the facial landmarks detection, which do not cover ears. However, ears are very important reference positi...

Category: Courses, WS2019/20

Seminar Description Digital Health integrates various information sources to extract medical insight and provide personalised health services as well as support for medical professionals. This seminar is intended for PhD students and Postdocs of the Chair of Digital Health to present their work. Bac...

Category: Courses, WS2019/20

Course description The course provides an overview on the design of wearable and implantable computing systems. The overview is structured in three parts: context recognition, electronic systems and sensors,  and additive manufacturing methods. Pattern analysis and machine learning methods to proces...