Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg-Uwe Meyer

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- außerplanmäßiger Professor -


Ratzeburger Allee 160
23562 Lübeck
Gebäude 64, 2. OG, Raum 34

Email: joerguwe.meyer(at)uni-luebeck.de
Phone: +49 176 70802485

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. J.-Uwe Meyer is an accomplished biomedical engineer with a Ph.D. doctoral degree from UC San Diego (1988). His career includes a post-doc at NASA Ames Research Center, head of the department of Sensorsystems/Microsystems at the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering, head of research and technology at the medical device and safety company Dräger, and a directorship at the endoscopy company Richard Wolf. In 2011, he founded and headed the medical software systems company MT2IT, offering digital smart healthcare services and business solutions for a decade. Currently, he runs JUM eHealth Consulting, advises on health apps, and serves on international healthcare standards committees. Dr. Meyer is also an associated professor at the University of Lübeck and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), mentoring in e-health innovation.

Research

Cyber-Physical Medical Systems (CPMS)

Cyber-physical medical systems (CPMS) are critical integrations of medical device and software system components in a network. These systems combine computation (cyber) with physical components (medical devices) to enhance healthcare efficiency and safety. They record environmental information via sensors, process it using computer support, and influence their surroundings through actuators. CPMS play a significant role in advancing healthcare technology and decision-making processes.

Relevant CPMS publications include:

[1]   Jörg-Uwe Meyer, “Krankenhaus 4.0: Intranet of Everything”, kma– Klinikmanagement aktuell, Vol. 23, September 2018

[2]   Jörg-Uwe Meyer, “An Open Web Interface Based Interoperability Systems Platform for Live Point of Care Surgical Applications”, BMT 2015, Lübeck, 49th DGBMT Annual Conference, September 16-18, 2015

[3]   Jörg-Uwe Meyer, Julian M. Goldman, John Hatcliff, Lloyd McKenzie, Stefan Schlichting, Ken Fuchs, “Service-Oriented Healthcare Web-Platform for Interoperable Medical Devices, Systems and Apps”, Education Session, AAMI 2015 Conference & Expo, Denver, USA, June 6, 2015

[4]   Jörg-Uwe Meyer, “Advancing Open Protocols To Improve the Continuum of Care”, Intelligent Health Pavilion, HIMSS 2015 Conference, Chicago, USA, April 14, 2015

[5]   Jörg-Uwe Meyer, “Open Software Platform for Cyber-Physical Medical Systems”, IEEE Workshop Fail Safety in Medical Cyber-Physical Systems (FS-MCPS), Software Engineering 2015 Conference, Dresden, March 17, 2015, ceur-ws.org/Vol-1337/paper6.pdf

[6]   Jörg-Uwe Meyer, “Open SOA health web platform for mobile medical apps: Connecting securely mobile devices with distributed electronic health records and medical systems”, Proceedings 8th International IEEE Workshop on Service-Oriented Cyber-Physical Systems in Converging Networked Environments (SOCNE) in conjunction with ETFA 2014, Barcelona, Spain, September 16, 2014