With more than 20 years of experience in surgical training and research, the
CCMIJU will play an important role on all educational aspects of the project. CCMIJU will be responsible of the
management of the project (WP1), they will coordinate the project's validation (WP7), and actively participate in the
implementation of the model and content generation tools (WP4 and WP5) and creation of the learning content (WP6).
UPM has a consolidated experience in technology enhancement learning (TEL) for
healthcare education and has been in charge of the scientific coordination in projects such as SINERGIA and MISSIM
(VR simulator for minimally invasive surgery/MIS training) or MISTELA and EASIER. As such, it will take the
role of Scientific Coordinator. With this background, UPM will be responsible of the functional requirements of the
repository and generation tools (WP4) and will have an important role in the knowledge elicitation process,
development of the solution (integrating MIS-SIM simulator) and data analysis.
This company specializes in the development of 3D digitization and 3D
modelling technologies and has experience in introducing new 3D products to the market. In the project, this institution
will work on the development of semi-automatic modelling tools for training purposes in medicine and surgery and
will be responsible for leading the WP9 of exploitation
SINTEF is Scandinavia's largest independent research organisation dedicated to creating
innovative technological solutions that are brought into practical use. SINTEF will mainly work on the development
of pedagogical applications through immersive technology (WP5) and will coordinate the WP6 of learning content
One of the most important European research groups in TEL applied to medicine and
surgery. TUDELFT will be in charge of coordinating the pedagogical needs and guidelines for using the training tools
provided in MIREIA (WP3), as well as the procedures to ensure quality in the development of the project (WP2).
As a surgical partner with direct access to a wide network of surgeons
across Europe, MEDIS will lead the project dissemination tasks (WP8) and actively participate in the development of
learning content (WP6) and the validation of project results (WP7).
The Intervention Centre at Oslo University Hospital focuses much of its research on the
development and use of new technologies for surgical support. During the project, this institution will focus on the
development of training applications based on XR technologies (WP5) and on providing virtual pedagogical models
for medical and surgical training (WP6). They will also participate actively in the validation of project results (WP7).
Avaca Technologies presents extensive knowledge of web platforms, large
data implementations, and data engineering and storage systems. During the project they will be mainly responsible
for the implementation and management of the repository for the contents and the integration of the developed tools
St. Olavs hospital
St. Olavs hospital is the University Hospital for Mid-Norway and integrated
with NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim). It participates in the project as an
affiliated entity of SINTEF and will participate actively in the creation of learning content (WP6) and in the validation
of project results (WP7).