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The work of our colleague and collaboration partner PD. Dr. Surges was featured in the apropos magazine this week. We are working with him on validating mobile EEGs for epilepsy screening. ... See MoreSee Less

The work of our colleague and collaboration partner PD. Dr. Surges was featured in the apropos magazine this week. We are working with him on validating mobile EEGs for epilepsy screening.

On Friday, we were awarded with the first poster price at the day of medical research at the university clinic Aachen. We are very happy about the recognition of our work on the support of medical staff through wearable smart devices. ... See MoreSee Less

On Friday, we were awarded with the first poster price at the day of medical research at the university clinic Aachen. We are very happy about the recognition of our work on the support of medical staff through wearable smart devices.

We are presenting our Atlasis project at the Day of Medical Research 2017 at the university clinic Aachen ... See MoreSee Less

We are presenting our Atlasis project at the Day of Medical Research 2017 at the university clinic Aachen

We are looking for a student research assistant (HiWi) with experience in Android programming and fair knowledge on signal processing. The main task will be modification of our mobile platform for EEG data collection. For details please contact ekutafina@mi.rwth-aachen.de ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Last week, we visited the MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK at the Medica fair for a nice panel discussion on robotics in (health)care. /sj ... See MoreSee Less

Last week, we visited the MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK at the Medica fair for a nice panel discussion on robotics in (health)care. /sj

Ausbildung 4.0: Physiotherapeuten müssen den menschlichen Körper bestens kennen. Für Krankengymnastik und Bewegungstherapie brauchen sie gute motorische Fähigkeiten und müssen komplexe Bewegungsabläufe durchführen können. 🖐 Das ESF-Projekt „MediWeCo“ unterstützt angehende Physiotherapeuten dabei: Mit digitalen Medien.

Die Auszubildenden tragen beim Erlernen von physiotherapeutischen Bewegungen Smart Wearables, Armbänder mit Sensoren. Sie erfassen Bewegungen und Muskelaktivitäten. Die dazugehörige Lernsoftware wertet diese Daten aus und gibt den angehenden Therapeuten ein individuelles Feedback dazu, wie korrekt sie die Bewegung ausgeführt haben. 💻

Bei der Visualisierung von physiotherapeutischen Bewegungsabläufen unterstützt „MediWeCo“ die Lernenden mit interaktiven Videos und Animationen. Dabei hilft auch die App PhysioLearn, die die Lerninhalte aufbereitet und praktische Übungen bietet. 📱

Das Projekt MediWeCo wird vom ESF im Programm „Digitale Medien in der beruflichen Bildung“ gefördert und von der RWTH Aachen University umgesetzt.
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3 months ago

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Our colleagues Martin Lemos and Marko Jovanović gave their presentation about MediWeCo last week at the conference Digital Media - Analog Realities: "To qualify innovatively in healthcare and nursing jobs", organized by the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, at the Charité in Berlin. ... See MoreSee Less