The MIB consortium is constantly advancing the frontiers of imaging technology – OCT, MSOT, SERDS and MPM – and of course their combination in multimodal imaging as well as the integration into common endoscopic devices. This can be seen in an amazing publication record, counting to date more than 20 scientific publications which have been published in the framework of MIB. In addition, researchers and engineers of MIB partners presented their novel findings at numerous scientific conferences, such as SPIE Photonics West or the EPIC meeting on Medical Lasers and Biophotonics. The consortium also engaged in training of the new generation of scientists and engineers, for instance, at the DoKDoK-conference for doctoral (PhD) students in all areas of Optics and Photonics or at University lectures. There is much more to come from MIB! So stay excited and stay tuned.
MIB was featured at HMGU’s presentation at the “Nordic-Bavarian Partnering Workshop: Research and Innovation for Health, Hospitals and Integrated Care” co-hosted by the Bavarian Research Alliance and the Innovation Centre Denmark on 7th November, 2019 in Munich. The event with around 100 participants focused on tailored networking and matchmaking of Bavarian scientists and small and medium sized enterprises with potential project partners from the Nordic region.
Members of the EU Project MIB were invited by EU project ESOTRAC (www.esotrac2020.eu) to a joint working dinner on May 15, 2019 in Copenhagen. Under the headline „ESOTRAC meets MIB: fostering collaborations“ participants of both projects met in a charming environment and engaged into deep technical and professional discussions. After the dinner the group took a long walk through the ancient city center of Copenhagen and continued chatting and networking. ESOTRAC‘s aims and approaches are closely related to those of MIB, as they develop a hybrid photonic endoscope combining multi-spectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) for early detection of esophageal cancer.
Read here what participants say about the event:
Placzek, PhD student at the Medical University of Vienna (- MIB): „The joint
dinner between ESOTRAC and the MIB-EU project brought me closer to the
consortium members within the MIB project and opened new contacts with ESOTRAC
partners. In addition to fruitful discussions and delicious food, we have
solved existing scientific problems together. It shows that it is beneficial
for everyone to bring together people from all over Europe to learn different
approaches and broaden their horizons – science and intra-cultural wise.“
Pierre, CEO and founder of SONAXIS SA (- ESOTRAC): „I did really appreciate
this Copenhagen dinner and the opportunity to meet with MIB partners, in
particular with Grintech. Their know-how could have some inputs with our
Messerschmidt, CTO and founder of GRINTECH GmbH (- MIB): „It was a pleasure, to
meet the consortium members of the Esotrac project in Copenhagen in mid May.
Thanks so much for organizing this dinner! I enjoyed the new contacts I made to
several researchers and the companies Sonaxis and Rayfos and building up a
growing network. I learned about new approaches and different technologies we
have not been involved so far. I wish the Esotrac consortium a great success!”
The MIB Consortium has met in Copenhagen for a very successful two-day kickoff meeting.
The MIB kickoff group. From left to right, front row: Karin Mogensen, Dominik Marti, John Sherry, Sebastian Dochow. Back row: Gregers Hermann, Julia Niefnecker, James Bain, Anders Hansen, Ole Jensen, Nils Hempler, Peter Andersen, Wolfgang Drexler, Bernhard Messerschmidt, Gillian Mimnagh, Rainer Leitgeb, Bernd Sumpf, Jürgen Popp, Andreas Bühler, Dragan Sandic