The German Society for Biomedical Engineering within VDE

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The German Society for Biomedical Engineering within VDE

The German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT) was founded in 1961 in Frankfurt. It is the largest scientific technical association of biomedical engineering in Germany. DGBMT promotes the development of biomedical engineering in Germany by interdisciplinary knowledge transfer from research to clinic, developing statements, analysis and recommendations as well as promoting networks of engineers, computer scientists, natural scientists and physicians from academia, industry and clinics. The DGBMT experts regularly release publications for distribution in professional circles that address current issues of biomedical engineering. These publications appear as analyses, studies, technical articles, recommendations and positions. The aim is to promote the interdisciplinary transfer of knowledge for improving the medical technology environment in Germany. The scientific journal of the DGBMT is "Biomedical Engineering / Biomedical Technology" published by 'Walter de Gruyter'. Biomedical engineering is characterized by the interdisciplinary co-operation of technology, science, and ways of thinking, probably more than any other technological area. The close interaction of engineering and information sciences with medicine and biology results in innovative products and methods, but also requires high standards for the interdisciplinary transfer of ideas into products for patients' benefits. The DGBMT promotes co-operation between scientists, engineers and physicians in the fi elds of research, development, application and teaching. It supports the exchange of knowledge between various disciplines of biomedical technology and seeks to accelerate the transfer of new technologies into medical application.

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