Medical Imaging with Deep Learning

Markus Philipp, external PhD student at HERA, presents his publication " Localizing neurosurgical instruments across domains and in the wild" at the virtual conference Medical Imaging with Deep Learning (MIDL) 2021. Congratulations on this exciting research in collaboration with Zeiss and Inselspital Bern!

Junge Talente - Wissenschaft und Musik

As part of the event series "Young Talents - Science and Music" of the Förderverein für Kunst, Medien und Wissenschaft e. V. (Association for the Promotion of Art, Media and Science), a scientific lecture by HERA can be seen.

Alongside a musical performance by Matteo Gobbini (piano), HERA doctoral student Paul Maria Scheikl gave a talk on "Machine learning for next-generation surgical robots".

logoInnovation award for HERA Lab

The project "KIRuRC: AI-based registration and robot-assisted surgery" is funded by the Ministry of Economics, Labor and Housing of Baden-Württemberg within the framework of the AI Innovation Competition Baden-Württemberg.

Together with the project partners Tripleye and solidfluid, research is being conducted into how surgical tasks can be autonomously performed robotically based on sensor data and an anatomical model.

curacHERA @ CURAC 2020

We congratulate Ramy Zeineldin and Lennart Karstensen for the 1st and 2nd Best Poster Award at the Annual Meeting of the German Society for Computer and Robot Assisted Surgery (CURAC).

In addition, we congratulate Franziska Mathis-Ullrich, who has been elected by the board of directors as vice president of the society.

nanoHERA on air at 3Sat

The HERA team presents some selected work in 3Sat "nano" of 03.09.20 (from Min 19:55) and shows what the intelligent medical robotics of tomorrow can achieve.
An interesting contribution that sheds light on both the technical side of artificial intelligence in medicine and the associated medical-ethical challenges.

SWR at HERASWR visits the HERA Lab

On February 25, 2020, the SWR was a guest at the HERA Lab. For their science program "Odysso", interviews with Jun. Prof. Dr. Franziska Mathis-Ullrich and recordings of the experimental setups in the HERA laboratory were filmed.

HERA Website

In the context of the website relaunch of the KIT, an Internet presence of the Health Robotics and Automation Lab has now been created. In future, you will find information on research and education as well as news on the lab here.

HERA Website