Erik Schreiber

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Based on complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology a neurosensor chip with passive palladium electrodes was developed. The CMOS technology allows a high reproducibility of the sensors as well as miniaturization and the on-chip integration of electronics. Networks of primary neurones were taken from murine foetal spinal cord (day 14) and(More)
With each newly developed surgical assistance functionality, more information is available but also required in the operating room (OR). To prevent an information overload and support the surgical workflow, we propose a concept for a prioritized and consistent presentation of surgical information. We identify necessary tasks and requirements to present the(More)
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