Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

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Computer Aided Medical Procedures (CAMP)

Prof. Dr. Nassir Navab

Research Objectives:

The research objective of CAMP is to study and model medical procedures and introduce advanced computer integrated solutions to improve their quality, efficiency, and safety. We aim at improvements in medical technology for diagnosis and therapeutic procedures requiring partnership between:

  • Physicians/surgeons
  • Computer/Engineering scientists
  • Providers of Medical Solutions

The chair forms such research triangles and actively participates in the existing ones. The chair aims at providing creative physicians with the technology and partnership, which allow them to introduce new diagnosis, therapy and surgical techniques taking full advantage of advanced computer technology.

Research Portfolio:

Being interested in applied science, the chair aims at keeping an intelligent balance between incremental, radical and fundamental research in following fields:

  • Medical Workflow Analysis
  • Medical Image Registration and Segmentation
  • Medical Augmented Reality


Biomedical Engineering is growing extremely fast, and needs a new generation of engineers who own the necessary multi-disciplinary know-how. The chair aims at bringing new elements into the curriculum of computer science students.

Prof. Nassir Navab, CURAC 2004, Munich

CAMP Research Groups and Projects

Deep Learning in Medical Imaging

Medical Image Analysis

Microscopic Imaging


Molecular Imaging

Medical Augmented Reality

Computer-aided Interventions

Machine Learning for Medical Applications

Robot-guided Surgery

Ultrasound Imaging

Biomedical Crowdsourcing

Computer Vision

Industrial Augmented Reality

Surgical Workflow

CAMP European Projects


  • Beginning: January 2008
  • End: December 2010 (runtime: 3 years)

  • Beginning: June 2008
  • End: June 2011 (runtime: 3 years)


  • Beginning: January 2010
  • End: July 2012 (runtime: 30 months)



  • Beginning: April 2011
  • End: April 2015 (runtime: 4 years)



  • Beginning: January 2011
  • End: July 2015



  • Beginning: December 2011
  • End: November 2015 (runtime: 4 years)

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