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    Wie entstehen die medizinischen Wirkstoffe von morgen?

    Bei Molecular Modeling geht es darum, Wirkstoffe direkt für einen vorgegebenen Zweck zu entwerfen. Dafür müssen Eigenschaften des Ziels genauestens untersucht werden. Hierfür wird beispielsweise die atomare Struktur eines Proteins erfasst und daraus werden funktionale Elemente identifiziert und eine Oberflächenstruktur abgeleitet. Mit Hilfe dieser Informationen können Wirkstoffe entwickelt werden, die direkt bestimmte Bereiche des Proteins blockieren.

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  • The project BD2Decide is funded by the European Union within its Horizon 2020 framework program. Its aim is to develop a prediction model for the re-occurrences of tumors in the head & neck area. BD2Decide is the successor of the FP7 funded project OraMod, whose focus was on cancers of the oral cavity – now extended to the complete head & neck area.

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  • The competence network “BeProductive!” combines partners from science, develepment and industry with the aim of optimizing production and maintenance by the application of tailor-made information assistance. We focus onto joint development, testing and establishment of products and services for machinery and plant engineering as well as collectivly openinig new markets.

    This project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.

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  • In biometric systems, the stored reference data comprise unique features of a data subject, which can contain sensitive data (i.e., ethnicity, diseases). If the reference data is compromised, biometric characteristics cannot be cancelled or replaced. Furthermore the amount of biometric characteristics of a single subject is limited. Multiple enrolments of biometric features for different applications can further lead to a Cross-Matching-Problem if those applications get linked with each other.

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  • The market for biometric systems is young and experiencing dynamic growth. Quality and performance are constantly improving. However, individual products differ considerably and systems from different manufacturers do not necessarily work together or comply with the same standards. Due to the steadily improving technology and resulting increases in user convenience, biometrics is working its way into the consumer market and the demand for biometric systems is rising at an ever faster rate.

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  • At the Biometrics Demonstration Center, you have the chance to experience biometric devices live. Our expertise from years of research in this field is available to answer all your questions and help you learn everything you want to know about biometrics. In addition to devices for the established processes of fingerprint, facial and iris recognition, we also introduce you to less common processes, such as signature, speaker and vein pattern recognition. Come visit us!

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  • © Fraunhofer IGD

    The efficient connection of computer assisted design (CAD) and virtual reality (VR) is of great importance to product developers nowadays. They increasingly use VR models for design reviews and presentations. The basis for these models is usually the raw CAD created by design engineers. The transformation of CAD data into VR models is done by conversion software, that usually comes with expensive VR data processing tools.

    The Competence Center for Industrial Applications of Fraunhofer IGD develops the CAD conversion software CAD2Vis.

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  • The path of light is influenced by refraction at transitions between media with different refractive indices. This results in non-linear distortions for image recording under water, which are a major problem for many tasks of the computer vision.

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  • What is CAxMan:

    CAxMan is a Research and Innovation action, that establishes cloud-based toolboxes, workflows and a One-Stop-Shop for computer-aided technologies supporting the design, simulation, and process planning for additive manufacturing. The project sets up novel workflows and services for discrete manufacturing by showcasing the computer-aided technologies as services and workflows in the Cloud, from design to production of physical parts.

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  • © Noho Ltd.

    The EC funded project CEMEC aims at creating a close and cost-effective network between nine European museum collections, six technical partners and further research institutions in order to examine both the connections between Early Medieval collection objects (300-1000 AD) and the objects’ regions of origin with the aid of innovative IT solutions. Within the frame of CEMEC, a mobile exhibition will be realized at three different venues, including 10 objects of outstanding quality of each participating museum collection.

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