Campus TV: Research on multimodal measurement technology for pharmaceutical production and crime technology

Innovative systems in the M²Aind research project at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences. The contribution will be broadcast on RNF from December 2019.

Further information on CeMOS "Center for Mass Spectrometry and Optical Spectroscopy" can be found here.

TV-Report:Research on multimodal measurement technology for pharmaceutical production and crime technology

Campus TV: Research on Drug Safety

M²Aind at the University of Mannheim researches in the field of so-called Immunpharmaka.

The report on "Immunpharmaka" will air on RNF from 14.11.19, 19:30 and will be on the air until mid-December.

TV-Report: Immunopharmaceuticals - Quality Assurance for Therapeutic Antibodies in Cancer Medicine

Kick-off of a series of contributions in Campus TV about the FH-Impulse Innovation Partnership M²Aind

Campus TV will present several projects of the innovation partnership M²Aind in the coming months - in short for multimodal analytics and intelligent sensors for the healthcare industry. It is a network between Mannheim University of Applied Sciences and numerous industrial companies in the health sector and creates practice-relevant solutions for industry in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. In the first contribution of the series, a project for autonomous process optimization is presented, which is carried out in close cooperation with the TU Dortmund.

TV-Report: Innovation Partnership M2Aind

TV-Report: Research on drug safety at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences

TV-Report: Contribution about project M²OGA (starts at 11.14)

TV-Report: Contribution about project SM²all (starts at 18.08)

The campus TV 2019 broadcast dates are every week: Thursday at 7:30 pm, Friday at 6:30 pm, Sunday at 8:00 pm, and Wednesday at 8:30 pm.

Campus-TV is the knowledge and research magazine from the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, which is broadcast in the program RNF-Plus and is supported by the University of Mannheim (leading) and the universities of Heidelberg and Mannheim. The sponsors of Campus-TV are the non-profit Klaus Tschira Foundation in Heidelberg, the SRH Heidelberg and the State Institute for Communications (Lfk) Stuttgart.

Campus-TV moderator Katrin Willert is leading the program. The editorship is with Joachim Kaiser.

Further information and previous broadcasts of Campus TV on the Internet