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Research Associations

The IMS ist part of the following research associations:

BIOFABRICATION for NIFE
Hearing4all
NIFE

Biomedical Engineering

Smart Hearing Aid Processor (Smart HeaP)

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Blume

Researcher:

Dipl.-Ing. L. Gerlach

Duration:

April 2018 - April 2021

Funded by:

BMBF

Brief description:

[Translate to Englisch:] Im Projekt Smart Hearing Aid Processor (Smart HeaP) wird ein neuartiger Hörgeräteprozessor konzipiert, entwickelt und gebaut, der sich trotz seiner einfachen Programmierbarkeit und der drahtlosen Bluetooth-Schnittstelle durch eine geringe Leistungsaufnahme und hohe Rechenleistung auszeichnet.

 

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ZIM D-Sense - Development of a Testing System for the Diagnosis of Sensorimotor Regulation Abilities in Athletes

Bild zum Projekt ZIM D-Sense - Entwicklung eines Testsystems zur Diagnostik sensomotorischer Regulationsfähigkeit für Sportler

Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Blume

Researcher:

M.Sc. Fritz Webering, M. Sc. Niklas Rother

Duration:

2017-2019

Funded by:

„Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand“ of the BMWi - Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Brief description:

The aim of the project is to develop a mobile diagnostics system which can be used to to assess the sensorimotor regulation abilities in athletes. The system should consist of multiple sensor units and allow the athlete or coach to quickly and precisely perform different functional sensorimotor tests. The sensor units can be placed at different points on or next to the subject's body, depending on the concrete test being performed. Also depending on the test, different algorithms are to be used for classifying and evaluating the measurements from the sensor units. A database helps the user to interpret the test results and provides reference values for risk assessments regarding injuries.

 

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Efficient Real-time Processing of EEG-Signals

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Blume, Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. G. Payá-Vayá

Researcher:

Marc-Nils Wahalla, Dipl.-Ing.

Brief description:

A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a system that generates signals to control an artificial system based on measurements of the activity of the central nervous system, for example, to replace, enhance or supplement certain tasks of human action. Modern BCIs are often based on the decoding or interpretation of EEG signals, as such systems are both non-invasive and cost-effectively available. These sensors detect a variety of independent, superimposed signals that make their immediate use for controlling a digital system difficult. Therefore, each application and corresponding application environment requires specifically designed and customized algorithms. This project therefore investigates methods for the efficient real-time processing of EEG signals. For this purpose, the Institute of Microelectronic Systems is developing a complete system of dedicated, configurable hardware in combination with a signal-processing framework specially adapted for the processing of EEG signals.

 

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Optogenetic

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Blume

Researcher:

Marc-Nils Wahalla, Dipl.-Ing.

Brief description:

Within this cooperation with the Institute of Technical Chemistry and the Institute of Quantum Optics of the Leibniz Universität Hannover, methods are being studied to control the behavior of intracellular processes from the outside with light. Optogenetics can be used to specifically modify light-insensitive cells in order to respond to the influence of light. Due to the common previous experience between the project partners, especially optogenetic questions in the context of tissue engineering are focussed.

 

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Hearing4All

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Blume, Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. G. Payá-Vayá

Researcher:

M.Sc. C. Seifert, Dipl.-Ing. L. Gerlach

Duration:

November 2012 - December 2018

Brief description:

The joint venture "Hearing4all" that the IMS-AS participates in with multiple sub-projects, has been chosen as one of the federal cluster of excellence projects Friday June 15th 2012. In the scope of this project the IMS-AS aims to develop high-performance and low-power processor architectures for digital hearing systems, such as cochlear implants or hearing aids.

 

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BIOFABRICATION for NIFE

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Blume

Researcher:

Dipl.-Ing. Christian Leibold

Duration:

May 2013 - June 2018

Funded by:

VolkswagenStiftung and County Lower Saxony

Brief description:

BIOFABRICATION for NIFE ist ein interdisciplinary research network between the Hanover Medical School, the Leibniz University of Hanover and the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media. The goal of this research network is to achieve methods for growing biocompatible organic implants with heavily reduced rejection reactions.

 

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