Running projects:

In the “Smombi 2.0” project, methods are being developed that determine individual biomechanical properties of the cervical spine from 2D and 3D image data.
The aim of the project is to develop a new application to detect the ligament insertion points.
This projects deals with an improvement of the resolution of cochlea images, in order to make the doctors’ decisions easily in finding the right type of implant and the suitable size of the cochlea implant.

Finished projects:

The aim of the project is the development of a new intervertebral disc implant possibility of adjusting the individual lordosis.
Due to the rise of the popularity of smartphones they've become a part of daily life for most people. As useful as those phones may be, they result in a bad posture for most people, namely bending over. To analyze how this can permanently affect the spine, the VisSim research group announces their new project SMOMBI (shorthand for SMartphone zOMBIe).
The aim of the project is to develop a new measurement system method including a new spine model.
The research goal is the development of a customizable, vertebra implant with spongiosa surface texture.