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Master Practical Course - BioInnovation: from unmet clinical needs to solution concepts (IN2106, IN8021)

Course 0000002100 in WS 2016/7

General Data

Course Type practical training
Semester Weekly Hours 6 SWS
Organisational Unit Informatics 16 - Chair of Computer Aided Medical Procedures (Prof. Navab)
Lecturers Benjamin Frisch
Christoph Hennersperger
Julia Rackerseder
Responsible/Coordination: Nassir Navab

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Further Information

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additional remarks In this hands-on course, you will learn how to successfully identify unmet clinical needs within the clinical routine and work towards possible and realistic solutions to solve those needs. Students will get to know tools helping them to be successful innovators in medical technology. This will include all steps from needs finding and selection to defining appropriate solution concepts, including the development of first prototypes. During the course, necessary steps for successful idea and concept creation will be introduced to students and realized in interdisciplinary project teams comprised of students from various faculties, including engineering disciplines, business and design. During the project phase, each team will be supported by coaches from both engineering and medicine, in order to allow for direct and continuous exchange. Thus, the following key points will be addressed during the course: - Needs finding - From brainstorming to concept - Concept generation - Evolving your concept - Working in interdisciplinary teams More information can be found on the course's webpage:
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