Leibniz University of Hannover (LUH) is located in Hannover in northern Germany Lower Saxony with about 30.000 students. LUH is part of a number of excellence clusters namely PhoenixD, hearing for all, rebirth, quantum frontiers. LUH is also part of several other European projects like ERC Grants, Horizon2020, EFRE- and ESF funded projects. As a part of that the LUH is a proud partner of the iToBoS EU- project.
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The Hannover Centre for Optical Technologies is an institute of LUH consisting of scientists from the fields of physics, mechanical engineering, mathematics, computer science and electrical engineering. It conducts research on basic and applied topics in the field of optical technologies and promote the transfer of knowledge and technology between the participating institutions. It is also the contact point for industry and medium-sized companies in optics and photonics technologies. It is fully committed to be a valuable partner in the iToBoS-project bringing its expertise in the fields of biophotonics, biomedical imaging and dermoscopy into the project. The project has two full time graduate students, Lennart Jütte and Gaurav Sharma, who are led by Prof. Bernhard Roth.
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A very inspiring and fruitful kick-off meeting took place in April. It was a pleasure to get to know all the motivated partners. It was exhilarating to finally meet the international partners to deepen the relationships. smaller work-package meetings provide a congenial and friendly atmosphere for more intensive and solution driven approach. So far it has been a great success.
Discover more about Hannover Leibniz University at www.hot.uni-hannover.de.