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Requirements presentations order (as of 15.11.2020): Zoom link has been provided by email, as well as instructions on uploading the presentation's slides. The order of presentations is based on the project id, so we will start from project id 01 until project id 21 in chronological order. There is only two exception due to schedule conflicts, project number 19 and 12 will start first and we continue from 01 as third in the line. 

Schedule update (as of 11.11.2020): On Monday the 23rd of November, the lecture "Documentation, Tests, Design Patterns & Integration Strategy" has been rescheduled to start from 09:00AM. Due to problems with TUMOnline, the lecture schedule will not be able to be updated there.  

Project assignment (as of 06.11.2020): The project assignment has been complete. Please check the projects below to find out which project has been assigned to you. We have tried really hard to fulfill everyone's preferences, hope everyone is happy with the assigned project. You are advised to contact your supervisor as soon as possible to introduce yourself and appoint a meeting to kick-off the project. Good luck!

ChoiceNumber of studentsPercentage
1st choice assigned10 students50%
2nd choice assigned7 students35%
3rd choice assigned2 students10%
no submission1 student5%

Tab. Percentage of assigned projects based on student's preferences 

Project NumberSelected by
177 students
197 students
15 students
55 students
184 students

Tab. Top favorite projects (based on student's preferences)

Project announcements (as of 03.11.2020): Projects have been announced. Read through all of them and choose three favorite for which you write a short motivation and send it by Thursday (05.11.2020) midnight. The form to apply is Student project application template. We will assign projects once everyone has submitted their choices, we will try use the combination that maximizes the number of first choices. Good luck!

Project announcements (as of 02.11.2020): Only the students that have proposed their own project have been assigned on the table below (those projects are reserved to those students and cannot be chosen from other students). We will update the table with the PDF-s of all projects until tonight.

Zoom meetings (as of 02.11.2020): Please use your full name as your Zoom account, since it is really hard to match when we are taking absences.

De-registration deadline (as of 14.10.2020): Friday, 30.10.2020, 23:59 Munich Time zone. All students who want to deregister the course without getting booked with a grade, please make sure to send the course tutors an email for deregistration before the deadline.

Preliminary Schedule (as of 14.10.2020): A Preliminary schedule has been published for details on when the lectures and student presentations are going to take place. Your presence is mandatory in all student presentation sessions (even if you are not going to present). Lecture sessions are optional beside Lecture 1. Absences are recorded for all sessions, make sure to inform the tutors of the course with a valid reason in advance if you cannot make it in one session.   

Updates due to CoViD-19: All lectures and student presentations, until any further notice, are scheduled to be held online through Zoom. Make sure to have Zoom installed and ready for the First session. The details for joining the lecture and presentation sessions, students will be informed through email in timely manner at least one day before the session. Please also follow course's web-site and TUMOnline for any further announcements.


For lecture sessions, presentation sessions and changes in the schedule, please also refer to TUMOnline.

DateTimePlaceTopicConducted byMaterials
Friday, 17.07.202013:00 - 14:00ZoomPreliminary meeting ("Vorbesprechung")Course tutors
Monday, 02.11.202010:30 - 12:00ZoomLecture 1: Introduction and Project AnnouncementCourse tutorsL00_PMSD_WS2020-Introduction.pdf
Tuesday, 03.11.202009:30 - 12:00Zoom

Lecture 2: Presentation Tips and Project Management

Lecture 3: UML

Zhongliang Jiang

Farid Azampour

Thursday, 05.11.202023:59 CESTEmailDeadline to send project preferencesSeminar ParticipantsTo: All tutors
Monday, 16.11.202009:00 - 12:00ZoomRequirements PresentationSeminar ParticipantsOrder of presentations by project id: 19, 12, 01, 02, 03, ..., 21. 
Monday, 23.11.202009:00 - 10:00 (updated time)ZoomLecture 4: Documentation, Tests, Design Patterns & Integration StrategyArdit Ramadani
Monday, 14.12.202009:00 - 12:00ZoomIntermediate Presentations Part I

Seminar Participants

Tuesday, 15.12.202009:00 - 12:00ZoomIntermediate Presentations Part II

Seminar Participants

Monday, 08.02.202109:00 - 12:00ZoomFinal Presentations Part ISeminar Participants
Tuesday, 09.02.202109:00 - 12:00ZoomFinal Presentations Part IISeminar Participants

Available Projects

Projects will be announced in due time and presented during the Introductory meeting. Please communicate a selection of 3 choices, each with an explanation (ca. 5 sentences) for why you want to work on this project and how you meet the requirements specified in the project proposal. Use the Student Application Template provided in the Download section.


3D reconstruction from 2D x-ray images

Mai Bui

Ardit Ramadani


Deep Learning Cluster Statistics Back-end

Tobias Czempiel

Farid Azampour


Deep Learning Cluster Statistics Website

Tobias Czempiel

Farid Azampour

42D guidance informationJavier EstebanMarijeEsteban_2D-reduced-visualization.pdf

Depth estimation on RGB laparoscopic images

Javier EstebanAndreaEsteban_Depth_estimation.pdf

RGBD SLAM and Point Cloud Registration for spinal surgeries

Javier EstebanNijatEsteban_SLAM-Registration-for-spine.pdf

Anatomical landmark based loss functions for intensity-based X-ray to CT registration

Matthias GrimmMarcelGrim_Intensity-based-x-ray-to-ct-registration.pdf
8Analyzing and fixing a 3D MeshMahdi Hamad
Hamad_Analyzing-and-fixing-3D-mesh .pdf
9From ORBSLAM3 to Dense ReconstructionMahdi HamadMuhammedHamad_ORBSLAM3-to-dense-reconstruction.pdf

App development for optimized medical image annotation

Florian Hinterwimmer

Nikolas Wilhelm

11Osseointegration StructuresFranz BauerPaulaKumovis_Osseointegration-structures .pdf

Virtual Reality Methods for Surgical Guidance

Sasan MatinfarBerilMatinfar_Virtual-reality-methods-for-surgical-guidance.pdf

Image-guided Robotic Microsurgery

Sasan Matinfar

Dr. Mingchuan Zhou

14Come Fly with me: Design of VR Flying Simulation for Real Flying Humans and Investigation of its Potential use to Assess Balance DisordersDr. Daniel RothSvenjaRoth_Come-fly-with-me.pdf

Embodied Hand Prosthesis Learning Using VR

Dr. Daniel Roth

Optimized 3D Point Cloud Reconstruction for Distributed Medical Teleconsultation Systems

Dr. Daniel Roth
17A nutrition logger for professional athletesDr. Claudia Osterkamp-Baerens



Topathleat_Nutrition_logger_for_professional_athletes (two-students).pdf

Deep learning based cardiac anatomy polygon mesh generation

Wen-Yang Chu

Gloria Zörnack


Statistical Shape Modeling of Cardiac Anatomy

Wen-Yang Chu

Bence Rochlitz

Gloria Zörnack




Automatic 3D Segmentation of Bronchial Tree for disease prognosis of CoViD-19 patients

Dr. Thomas Wendler

Christina Bukas


Simulation of UV-Light Irradiation for Room Disinfection (incl. CoViD-19)

Dr. Thomas Wendler

Dr. Johannes Oberreuter



2Marije7Abdullah12Fryderyk17Serif Erkam

Prerequisites and Registration

This course requires basic knowledge of C++ or similar OO programming language. The concepts of OO programming and other concepts as conducted in the Introduction to Computer Science lecture are assumed.

Registration through the TUM Matching System is mandatory. Your chances to be assigned to the course increase if you give the course a higher rank in your choices. If you already have a potential project, notify the course tutors via e-mail as soon as possible. This increases your chances to be assigned to the course, but you have to register through the matching system in any case. For further details about how the matching system works and its schedule please check the documentation.

Project Proposals

In this lab course, students work on clinical software projects and find solutions for problems in the field of medical applications. The student's workload should be around 10-14 hours per week for a period of 3 - 4 months on the assigned project (10 ECTS course).

Each project is expected to have one contact person (supervisor) who should be available for regular updates or if the student needs any help. In addition, the supervisors are kindly invited to participate in the student presentations (Requirements, Intermediate, Final) taking place at the CAMP chair. Each project supervisor will decide on 50% of the grade based on the student’s performance in the project. The other 50% will be decided upon by lecturers, based on the quality of project management and presentation skills of the student.

The project proposal should give a short introduction into the context and describe the most important aspects and expected outcome of the project. Furthermore it should clearly state the required (and optional) skills (programming language, experience with certain libraries etc.).

If you have a suitable project, preferably with a clinical or industrial partner, you are kindly invited to fill out the project proposal template and send it to the course tutors. The deadline for proposal submission is beginning of the lecture period for the Winter Semester 2020.

Preliminary Meeting

When: 17.07.2020 - 13:00-14:00

Where: Zoom


Topic: PMSD Winter Semester 2020 Preliminary Meeting
Time: Jul 17, 2020 01:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna


* TUM Informatics Student Code of Conduct
* TUM Citation Guide
* CAMP presentation slides for PowerPoint:  CAMPmaster.ppt
* CAMP presentation slides for Latex
* Student project application template
* Supervisor project proposal template

Literature and Resources

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