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“What does a brain sound like?”

Welcome to the e/MTIC_Philips webinar “What does a brain sound like?”

Many blood vessels and capillaries are too small to see with conventional ultrasound. Ultrasound Localization Microscopy (ULM) is an emerging vascular imaging technique that detects microbubbles to create high resolution images. However, in environments with low signal to noise ratios this becomes increasingly challenging. Philips Research Ultrasound and TU/e developed an AI based deep learning model to create a super-resolution image of in vivo rat brain vasculature. 

Speakers: Tristan Stevens (PhD Candidate TU/e) , Elizabeth Herbst (Scientist- Ultrasound imaging at Philips), Thanasis Loupas (Principal Clinical Scientist at Philips), Sjoerd Mentink (Program Manager Public-Private Partnerships at Philips)

Date/ Time: 06 April from 16:00-17:00.

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Celebration 5 years e/MTIC

All e/MTIC-ers are invited for the Celebration of 5 years e/MTIC with Posters-Pitches-Awards-Dinner. During this ½-day event, we celebrate our e/MTIC collaboration, exchanging ideas on e/MTIC research projects and meeting fellow e/MTIC members. The event will take place on 05 July 2023 from 13:00 - 20:00 at TU/e Auditorium

  • Event is open to
    • e/MTIC Researchers PhD, PD, EngD
    • e/MTIC organizational and supporting staff, supervisors and task force teams
  • Program includes
    • For all e/MTIC domains: Research Poster exhibition, Research Pitches, Awards, e.g. best Pitch & Poster and IP
    • Celebration of 5-year e/MTIC with walking dinner


Medtech Day 2023

MedTech Day 2023 - An integrated approach for future-proof healthcare

On Friday, 22 September 2023, the second MedTech Day will take place at the TU/e on the occasion of the inauguration of Prof. Dr. Arthur Bouwman. This conference is organised by the Center for Care & Cure Technology and the Eindhoven MedTech Innovation Center (e/MTIC).

Our healthcare is under pressure. How to future-proof our healthcare systems? An integral, multidisciplinary approach to healthcare innovation is our best chance to provide structural support for future healthcare challenges. Technological innovations are essential for this road to sustainable healthcare that is accessible to everyone. During this conference, we will share the stories and experiences of our clinicians, professors, young researchers and other MedTech professionals.