Prof. Dr. Martin Regehly

Phone +49 3381 355-385
Fax +49 3381 355-199

regehlyth-brandenburg.de

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Visual Sciences / Optical Systems Engineering
Department of Engineering

Brandenburg University
of Applied Sciences
Magdeburger Straße 50

14770 Brandenburg an der Havel


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Baraa Asfari
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MRVISION Award

The MRVISION award is a special prize for the German youth science competition ("Jugend forscht"). The main goal is to promote young students interested in natural sciences. We are supporting them in developing own ideas and setting up development projects besides the classical pathways.

WINNER 2021

Alexander Csaba Baumgarten & Anna-Yaroslava Bodnar
PROJECT: Indicator for the qualitative analysis of aluminium ions.
"We focus on the determination of the aluminium concentration in food. Our aim is the development of an aluminium indicator, which differentiates aluminium concentration. We have tried to use computational methods to facilitate and exclude as much laboratory work as possible by simulating resulting colors. The basis of our computational method is our theory that it is possible with a handful of spectra as an input to calculate all resulting spectra which can be transformed into colors."

WINNER 2020

Benedict Brouwer
PROJECT: Construction of a measuring device for measuring the breath excursion of the abdominal breathing and processing of the data.
"Optimal abdominal breathing is helpful in many areas of life, be it when playing Wind instruments while singing or diving. Abdominal breathing also helps relax and relieve stress. However, there is still no easy way to measure abdominal breathing. For this purpose I developed a wearable with a resistance-changing rubber band, which measures the abdominal breathing."

WINNER 2019

Johann Elias Stoetzer and Lucca Fechner
PROJECT: Modular Support Keyboard
"People with reduced mobility, e.g. through spasticity paralysis has big  problems communicating or communicating to deal with a "normal" keyboard and mouse. In our project we develop a modular keyboard to type the tokens optionally with large, robust buttons, a joystick or even by eye movements. As our development turns out to be a USB keyboard, it is compatible with all computers, the one USB connection. We are working on a very simple, customizable and cost effective solution that uses standard parts which are easily available in most countries. "