The Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM)

The Institute of Technical Medicine (ITeM) is one of the research departments of Furtwangen University (HFU), located in the Black Forest of Germany.


We have a highly-motivated, multi-disciplinary team working on applications of technical solutions to medical problems. Not restricted to solely one specialty such as biosignal analysis, complete technical solutions are developed ranging from instrumentation, signal acquisition until intelligent decision support. Major achievements were reached in the field of physiological modelling and mechanical ventilation.

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The annual strategy meeting of the ITeM team takes place in Laax, Switzerland to plan upcoming activities and events for 2019.



Sabine Krüger-Ziolek had two invited talks about the application of Electrical Impedance Tomography in Cystic Fibrosis related lung diseases therapy in Würzburg/Germany. She gave a talk at the evening gala of the society of reflective breathing therapy (RAT e.V.), and a presentation at the “Deutsche Mukoviszidose Tagung (DMT)” organized by Mukoviszidose e.V..



ITeM congratulates Sabine Krüger-Ziolek and Bo Gong for successfully completing their PhD in the field of Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) at the University of Munich (LMU).



Furtwangen University hosts the lecture event 'Das VDI-Technologiezentrum fördert Innovationspozesse' presented by The Association of German Engineers. Talks on Research and Innovation will be given by Prof. Dr. Paola Belloni, Prof. Dr. Bahman Azarhoushang and Prof. Dr. Knut Möller.



Prof. Dr. Paola Belloni will give a talk on 'Challenges when designing LED-based illumination systems for medical applications' at the Technology Mountain's 10th Innovation Forum in Tuttlingen.



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ITeM attends the 52nd Annual Conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (VDE|DGBMT) in Aachen, Germany with eight contributions.