Information for GRK 2543 Members
Increasing digitization, networking and the use of AI in medical technology promise great potential for the future. Integrating these technologies into clinical practice can significantly improve diagnosis, treatment and patient care, but also brings challenges. A close exchange between natural scientists, engineers and physicians who have insights into the different disciplines is crucial for the development of innovative technical solutions. The Research Training Group specifically trains graduates for the interface between medical technology.
Various measures have been developed to acquire the required qualifications. An individual study program forms the basis for further specialist training and interdisciplinary qualification of the doctoral students. Interdisciplinary crosstraining promotes cooperation across disciplinary boundaries. PhD students are supervised by a team with complementary expertise, not only by experts in their own field.