q The researchers of the DESY-UKE working group
The introduction of computers to the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) began with first time applications in clinical chemistry and nuclear medicine by the working group Medical Information Processing of the Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron DESY established in 1969. It merged in 1978 with the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Medicine of the UKE.
  Karl Heinz Höhne
Klaus Assmann
Fritz R. P. Boecker
Michael Böhm
Klaus Dahlmann
Wolf-Rainer Dix
Walter Ebenritter
Grigore C. Nicolae
Ulrich Obermöller
Guido Pfeiffer
Martin Riemer
Bernd Sonne
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Pictures 1970-1983
 

The Researchers of the VOXEL-MAN Project

The research was work of a large number of scientists of the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Medicine, collaborators in the University Medical Center and the University of Hamburg and a dedicated team of medical and computer science students.

  Members of the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Medicine
 

Karl Heinz Höhne
Udo Becker
Fritz R. P. Boecker
Michael Bomans
Martin Dalladas
Jan Freudenberg
Silke Hacker
Bernhard Pflesser
Andreas Petersik
Andreas Pommert
Kay Priesmeyer
Martin Riemer
Thomas Schiemann
Rainer Schubert
Ulf Tiede

Renate Reche


Ulf Tiede, Martin Riemer, Andreas Pommert, Michael Bomans, Karl Heinz Höhne approx.1988 in the image processing lab

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The VOXEL-MAN team 1992 (Ulf Tiede, Rainer Schubert, Andreas Pommert, Werner Lierse, Karl Heinz Höhne, Thomas Schiemann, Martin Riemer)

  Graduate students in computer science/ Doctoral students in medicine
 

Thomas Dahlmanns
Jochen Dormeier
Hans Frederking
Sebastian Gehrmann
Karsten Kaiser
Sang-Il Kim
Henning Krämer
Stefan Noster
Klaus Rheinwald
Norbert Scheller
Carsten Schiers
Christian Seebode
Norman von Sternberg-Gospos
Markus Urban
Ellen Vaske
Gunnar Wiebecke
Frank Wilmer
Hans-Christian Wulf
Jing Zhao


The team with computer science and medical students approx. 1992 in front of the institute building ("Pavillon 70").....


....... at the "wine excursion" 1994......


.......and on the UKE campus 1997/1998.

  Collaborators at the Medical Center and the University of Hamburg
  Gerhard Adam
Winfried Alberti
Günter Bräuer
Ralph Buchert
Egon Bücheler
Andreas Fuhrmann
Renate Germer
Christoph Groden
Max Heiland
Martin Heller
Wolf-Joachim Höltje
Adolf-Friedrich Holstein
Christoph Koch
Kornelius Kupczik
Werner Lierse
Rudolf Leuwer
Rainer Maas
Uwe Rehder
Ernst Richter
Rainer Schmidt
Wolfgang Schulze
Udo Schumacher
Paul Steiner
Jürgen V. Wening
Gerd Witte
Hermann Zeumer
  Visiting Scientists
  Denis Friboulet, INSA, Lyon
Shigeru Eiho, University of Kyoto
Yoshihiro Kuroda, Osaka University
Yoshitaka Masutani, Hiroshima City University
Akinobu Shimizu, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Jun-ichiro Toriwaki, Nagoya University
Tetsuya Yamagishi, Tokyo University
Lei Zheng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)


Yoshihiro Kuroda (Kyoto Univ.), Tetsuya Yamagishi (Tokyo Univ.) und Lei Zheng (Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.) 2002
 
External collaborators
 

Michael Ackerman, National Library of Medicine
Ralph Bernstein, IBM Palo Alto Scientific Center
Peter Böttcher, Institut für Tieranatomie Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
William A. Hanson, IBM Palo Scientific Center
Ron Kikinis, Harvard Medical School
Mike Lowndes, University of Oxford
John Morris, University of Oxford
Bob Taylor, UCSF Medical School
Zhuang Tian-Ge, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 

Favorable Supporters

Fritz R. P. Boecker, Digital Equipment GmbH
Prof. Karl Heinz Hölzer, Dean of the Medical Faculty and Medical Director, UKE
Prof. Ron Kikinis, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Manfred Pfeiler, head of CT at Siemens Medical Solutions
Prof. Erich Reinhardt, head of MRI and later CEO of Siemens Medical Solutions
Dr. Marion Schafft, head of the office of public affairs, UKE
Prof. Naoki Suzuki, Jikei University, Tokyo



  Special thanks go to the VOXEL-MAN group, particularly to Bastian Dittmar for continuously helping with the presentations for the Medical-Historic Museum.
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  VOXEL-MAN images as covers of journals and books

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