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At this year's workshop "Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin" in Heidelberg, we were able to present our work on different topics across medical imaging: Maja Schlereth, PhD student at the AIMI lab, received the second price for the best scientific paper for her work "Initial Investigations Towards ...

At this year's "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften" (Night of Science), a total of 20 000 visitors explored science and research across all fields and at different locations in Erlangen, Nürnberg and Fürth. At the booth of the AIMI lab at Henkestraße 27, visitors could explore different aspects around d...

At this year’s “Tag der Technischen Fakultät”, Prof. Dr. Katharina Breininger was awarded with two dissertation awards – the “Karl-Gierl-Preis 2021” by the Erika-Gierl-Stiftung presented by Prof. Dr. Andreas Fröba and the Dissertation Award for the best female young scientist by the Women’s Represen...

At this year's MICCAI satellite events, the results of the first MIDOG (Mitosis Domain Generalization) challenge were presented. The goal of the challenge was to investigate and tackle the domain shift for different scanners for the task of mitosis detection for breast cancer. The 14 best performing...

We are exited to welcome Jingna Qiu to the AIMI@FAU lab as the second PhD student starting in July! Jingna received her Master’s degree in Medical Engineering from Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. She joined the AIMI@FAU lab at the AIBE department in July 2021 as Ph.D. candidate und...

The AIMI@FAU lab is happy to welcome Maja Veigel as a PhD student to the team! Maja Veigel received her Master's degree in Medical Engineering with specialization on Medical Imaging and Data Processing from Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. She joined the AIMI@FAU lab at the AIBE ...

On July 1, 2021, experts from science, industry and politics discussed the impact of the Bavarian Hightech Agenda at the Hightech Summit at Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen. The discussion on "Der Mensch im Fokus - Wie KI die Medizin revolutioniert" focused on the topic of how we can ensur...

Since November 1, 2020, Katharina Breininger is a Professor for Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging. Check out the following video for more information about her previous work as well as the research focus for the AIMI@FAU lab.