SiMA

Aims to stop the further development of multi-resistant germs

Meet Team Bee

Our Solution

The Simple Medicine Applicator (SiMA) aims to stop the further development of multi-resistant germs by preventing the misuse of antibiotics. Our system will achieve this by supporting users in handling antibiotics correctly, while also personalizing and optimizing antibiotic therapy.

Summary Visualisation

Implementation Roadmap

Hannah

Biomedical Engineering

“I am a first semester student in the masters program of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim. I chose to be a part of CBI because it is inspiring to get to know so many new technologies, people and perspectives."

Kristina

Biomedical Engineering

“I’m a Biomedical Engineering master student in my second semester at University of Applied Sciences Mannheim. I can relate to the Sustainable Goal ‘Good Health and Well-being’ of the UN because of the link to the field of study Biomedical Engineering and I’m looking forward to build Challenge Based Innovation pilots to combine own ideas and skills with CERN technology.”

Sarah

Biomedical Engineering

“I’m a second semester master Student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim. I started studying Medical Engineering, because I wanted to combine my interests in engineering with the wish of helping people with my work. I’m really happy now to be part of the CBI program which focuses on exactly this.”

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