Alicia Pose Díez de la Lastra has received an Alliance 4 Universities award under the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility program to carry out mobility at University of Cape Town (Cape Town, South Afrika) in May 2022. During this period, she gave lectures on Medical Imaging and Augmented Reality to undergrad and graduate students. Moreover, she… Continue reading Alliance 4 Universities Award
Our team won the Best Project Award in the Medical Augmented Reality Summer School celebrated in 2021 by Balgrist Universitätsklinik, Universität Zürich, and Technische Universität München. On it, they presented an analysis of the HoloLens 2’s tracking performance with two different augmented reality markers to improve orthopedic oncological surgeries. Congratulations!
Javier Pascau was invited to the round table on “Fighting Cancer: the importance of data” in the UC3M-FENIN meeting: Encuentro UC3M-FENIN A summary of the event was published in El Español
We are pleased to inform you that our work on 3D printing and augmented reality in hospitals has been recently published in The Conversation. On it, we explain what do we do at UC3M to improve surgeries based on these new technologies, in an easy-to-understand, accessible tone.
Today our colleagues Alicia Pose and Lucía Cubero have brought the new technologies in medicine to secondary school students at IES Peñalba. They have discussed how augmented reality and artificial intelligence can improve patient’s lives and how being a biomedical engineer sounds rewarding and exciting! Thank you girls! What a nice event to celebrate the… Continue reading Happy Women In Science day!
We are delighted to announce that Alicia Pose Díez de la Lastra won the “Most innovative Final Master Thesis in new technologies” in the Technological Innovation Awards 2021 of the City of Madrid hold last Saturday. Hurray, Alicia! Congratulations also to the other nominees, especially to our colleague David García-Mato, selected as a finalist for… Continue reading Alicia Pose was awarded at the Technological Innovation Awards 2021 of the City of Madrid!
Our paper on “Augmented Reality as a Tool to Guide PSI Placement in Pelvic Tumor Resections” is now published in Sensors Journal!
Last Friday, the UC3M together with the Hospital Gregorio Marañón presented our virtual planning and navigation system for the surgical treatment of cranial and orbital deformities in children under 1 year of age who have craniosynostosis. A navigation system that will improve planning, precision, and personalisation of surgeries to correct craniosynostosis, and that has already… Continue reading Introducing the first personalized virtual planning and navigation system for cranial deformities
Check out our new paper “Effectiveness of Automatic Planning of Fronto-orbital Advancement for the Surgical Correction of Metopic Craniosynostosis”, an excellent collaboration between the BiiG-IGT-, the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC, and Hospital Gregorio Marañón in Madrid. Enjoy the read!
We are delighted to have participated in the Science and Innovation Week at UC3M with our workshop on “The surgery of the future: surgical navigation and augmented reality”. During these last weeks, attendees were able to learn and to experience themselves the technologies that we are developing at the IGT group to help surgeons to… Continue reading It was a pleasure to take part in the Science and Innovation Week 2021 at UC3M with our workshop “The surgery of the future: surgical navigation and augmented reality”