BIKEM Activities

Updated: October 2019

Researcher Exchanges

of staff and students between Germany and New Zealand

JD Parente, Furtwangen University

Topics: Optimised wound healing + Sepsis diagnostics

06/19, Research exchange to University of Canterbury
02/19, Researcher exchange to University of Canterbury
10/17, Researcher exchange to University of Canterbury + University of Auckland

B Laufer, Furtwangen University

Topic: Continuous respiratory monitoring

05--06/19, Researcher exchange to University of Canterbury

SE Morton, University of Canterbury

Topic: Model-based mechanical ventilation

07--09/18, PhD student exchange to Furtwangen University

Ethics Approval

for clinical reasearch

Human Ethics Committee University of Canterbury for research proposal 'Evaluation of an alternative tidal volume measurement device' (Ref: HEC 2019/01/LR-PS)

BIKEM at Conferences

EMCB 2019,  International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference

2019/07/23--27, Berlin

G Chase, YS Chiew, I Frericks, R Lima, K Möller
Invited session, 'Next generation mechanical ventilation -- Closed loop and patient specific?'

HealthTech Week 2019

2019/07/1--4, Auckland

G Grah, K Möller, JD Parente
BIKEM session
MedTech CoRE session
Callaghan Innovation session

CODIT19, International Conference on Control, Decision and Information Technologies

2019/04/23--26, Paris

JD Parente, Presentation, 'Closed-loop feedback control of the wound healing system'

MEDICA 2018, World Forum for Medicine Trade Fair

2018/11/12--15, Düsseldorf

K Möller, Delegate

IFAC 2018, International Federation of Automatic Control, Symposium on Biological and Medical Systems

2018/09/3--5, Sao Paulo

JD Parente, Presentation, 'Hidden Markov models for sepsis classification'

HealthTech Week 2018

2018/06/11--14, Auckland

G Grah, P Higginson, K Möller, JD Parente
BIKEM session
MedTech CoRE session
Callaghan Innovation session

AUTOMED 2018, Automatisierungstechnische Verfahren für die Medizin 

2018/03/15--16, Villingen-Schwenningen

JG Chase, Keynote, 'Modeling, computers and the future of healthcare'

M Tawhai, Keynote, 'Patient-specific model-based assessment of lung function in the clinical setting'

CoHMed-Ideenforum 2018,  Connected Health in Medical Mountains

2018/03/13, Villingen-Schwenningen

M Tawhai, Keynote, 'Innovation and Collaboration in Medical Technologies Research in New Zealand'