Project B3 - Multimodal Data Driven Sensor Fusion
Within the Graduate School (GRK) "Intraoperative Multisensory Tissue Differentiation in Oncology," various sensors are being developed for intraoperative tissue differentiation to provide surgeons with precise information for decision-making regarding the removal or preservation of tissue during surgeries.
Subproject B3 focuses on processing the multimodal sensor data from subprojects A1-A5.
Novel feature fusion methods will be used to merge the different data flows and to use them for classification..
Team Medical Engineering
- Thorwarth, D., Ege, M., Nachbar, M., Mönnich, D., Gani, C., Zips, D., & Boeke, S. (2020). Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging on hybrid magnetic resonance linear accelerators: Perspective on technical and clinical validation. Physics and Imaging in Radiation Oncology, 16, 69-73.
- Since 06/2023
Research Assistant, Institute for System Dynamics, University of Stuttgart
- 09/2022 – 05/2023
Master Thesis at Bosch Reasearch Campus, Renningen
- 01/2022 – 07/2022
Internship at Bosch Healthcare Solutions GmbH, Waiblingen, Germany
- 04/2019 – 05/2023
Master of Science " Medical Engineering " at the University of Stuttgart
- 10/2016 – 03/2019
Bachelor of Science "Medical Engineering" at the Universities Stuttgart and Tübingen