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Esteemed ITRI visitors attend EDEN2020 workshop at IMPERIAL

On Friday 14th September 2018, Imperial College London (IMPERIAL) were honoured to welcome senior representatives, including the Vice President, from the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) based in Taiwan. This presented an exciting opportunity for the two institutions to discuss possible collaborations going forward. As part of the visit, ITRI’s technical team were invited to …

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EDEN2020 Presents at the WFNS Symposia 2018

The World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS) held its sixth international Symposia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from the 15th-19th August 2018. This prestigious event attracted leading professionals in the field of neurosurgery and provided ample opportunity for EDEN2020 to be represented. As part of our Consortium member’s commitment to successfully disseminate our project, Ass. Prof. …

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European Project Partner Collaboration: University of Milan

The University of Milan (UMIL) is a public teaching and research university, which with 8 faculties and 2 schools and a teaching staff of more than 2000 professors, is distinguished by its wide variety of disciplinary fields. A leading institute in Italy and Europe for scientific productivity, the University of Milan is the largest university …

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EDEN2020 Consortium Begin Preparations for IROS 2018

This coming October, members of the EDEN2020 Consortium will travel to Madrid for the world-renowned IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2018). The conference will provide a platform to share significant insights and findings from our project to-date and knowledge sharing on an international scale within the robotics industry and significant media …

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Imperial College London Showcase EDEN2020

The EDEN2020 Consortium is fully committed to communicating and disseminating our project in-line with our objectives and goals. As such, the project’s coordinating team at Imperial College London, have been taking part in several events across London to showcase the work of EDEN2020 to-date. On Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th April 2018, Imperial Festival took …

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EDEN2020 Publications Update

As we enter our third year of the EDEN2020 project, we are delighted to be able to share with you our publications and research findings to date. Working together to develop an integrated platform for one-stop diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment in neurosurgery, our Consortium members are making significant advances towards its completion. To date …

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EDEN2020 launches animated video as part of Brain Tumour Awareness Month

We’re thrilled to finally be able to share with you our brand new animated video as part of the UK’s Brain Tumour Awareness Month! The new, visually engaging animation will enable our Consortium members to clearly demonstrate how significant the outcome of the new neurological equipment currently being developed as part of the project could be for those diagnosed …

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EDEN2020 Consortium Members Win Prestigious Award at the ISMR 2018

At the beginning of March, members from our project team attended ‘The International Symposium on Medical Robotics’ (ISMR 2018), held at the Academy of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia from the 1st to the 3rd March 2018. Principal Investigator Prof. Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena, Dr. Riccardo Secoli (Imperial College), Dr. Elena De Momi and Alberto Favaro …

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Project Partner Stories: The University of Milan

The University of Milan (UMIL) is a public teaching and research university, acknowledged for its wide variety of disciplinary fields. A leading institute in Italy and Europe for scientific productivity, UMIL is the largest university in the region. The Faculty of Medicine is one of the most important in Italy, in terms of both the …

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Technical University of Munich develops exciting new open source software, SUPRA

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is EDEN2020’s technology partner in charge of intraoperative ultrasound. The aim is for the system to be able to provide real-time, three-dimensional information about the patient anatomy, which is tremendously challenging. Marking a significant milestone in pursuit of this goal, researchers Rüdiger Göbl and Christoph Hennersperger have developed SUPRA, …

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