New project seminar: students develop prototypes for medical innovations

20.03.2024 -  

The Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, in collaboration with other participants from the Research Campus STIMULATE, is offering a new project seminar entitled "Medical Innovations" from the coming summer semester, which is aimed at students on the "Medical Technology" Bachelor's degree course. In this seminar, participants will work in groups to develop prototypes for biomedical applications using an Arduino and a variety of sensors.

The "Medical Innovations" project seminar offers students the opportunity to put their theoretical knowledge of medical technology into practice and develop innovative solutions for medical challenges. The use of Arduinos and sensors offers students almost unlimited possibilities to realize prototypes for a wide range of biomedical applications. The applications that can be developed as part of the project seminar are diverse and range from the development of an ECG for athletes to non-invasive heart rate measurement using radar waves and EEG control of everyday objects. Other examples include the development of miniature gadgets for monitoring blood pressure and much more.

We are pleased to offer our students this exciting opportunity to gain practical experience while contributing to the development of innovative medical technologies. The 'Medical Innovations' project seminar will allow students to be creative and develop real solutions to problems in the medical field while preparing them for the demands of the job market and encouraging them to actively participate in shaping the future of medical technology.

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