Medical Education

The Institute of Computational Neuroscience provides education of medical students in the subject of Medical Informatics (covered in lectures and seminars).

We also contribute to the following elective compulsory modules of the UKE iMED curriculum:

  • "Gehirn und Geist - Faszination Neurowissenschaften"
  • "Radiologische Verfahren in der Diagnostik und Therapie”

Further Courses

In line with our research topics, we contribute graduate teaching of the collaborative research center SFB 936 “Multi-site Communication in the Brain” as well as to the lecture series “Biomedical Physics” of the Physics Department of the University of Hamburg.

Available Student Research Projects

The Institute of Computational Neuroscience currently offers the following Bachelor and/or Master thesis topics:

If you look for a Bachelor or Master thesis topic but are not interested in the aforementioned specific topics, you are also welcome to contact us: Dr. René Werner

Moreover, please contact Prof. Dr. C. Hilgetag or Dr. René Werner for available PhD and medical thesis research opportunities.

Past Student Projects

2017Automatische Segmentierung von MRT-Aufnahmen des Gehirns durch Convolutional Neural Networks
D. Locke (BSc thesis Bioinformatics, Hochschule Emden/Leer)
2017Metric-based artifact detection during groupies registration of spatial-temporal image sequences
E. Mücke (MSc thesis Medizinische Ingenieurwissenschaft, University of Lübeck)
2015Gruppenweise Registrierung zur robusten Bewegungsfeldschätzung in artefaktbehafteten 4D-CT-Bilddaten
A. Tack (MSc thesis Mediziningenieurwesen, TU Hamburg-Harburg)
2015Entwicklung eines Flussphantoms und einer modellbasierten adaptiven Segmentierung zur Analyse zerebraler Pulsation in 4D-MRT-Bildsequenzen
D. Schetelig (MSc thesis Mediziningenieurwesen, TU Hamburg-Harburg)
2015Experimentelle Verifikation von Verfahren zur Dosisakkumulation bei stereotaktischen Behandlungen von Lungen- und Lebertumoren in der Strahlentherapie
T. Gauer (MSc thesis Medical Physics, TU Kaiserslautern)
2013Automatische Detektion und Analyse von Bewegungsartefakten in 4D-CT-Daten
E. Wulfhekel (MSc thesis Medical Informatics, Fachhochschule Stralsund)

Responsible for the content
author: Andrea Blank
established on 11.18.2016
last change on 01.14.2019