Your Challange in Hamburg Applications


Practical Semester OR Student Assistant (Bachelor/Master Electronic/Medical Engineering )


Hamburg Applications

is a company in the field of medical devices. The company was founded in 2012 and was funded by the program exist Forschungstransfer until the beginning of 2014. The target is to develop a sustainable business based on the development out of this program. The first evaluation board for our technology for mobile medical applications is available. Beside this the first product MoBio RT is released and introduced to the market.

We developed our own microchip for long term biosignal acquisition applications.

We are bringing medical device engineering and the aspect of it-security for IoT together by developing products compliant with ISO 13485:2016, 60601-1 and Common Criteria Standard.

We would like support you in writing your Bachelor-/Master-Thesis

We need YOU for

Implementing of individual critical modules for a proof of concepts.

If YOU are interested in learning to/ If YOU are able to
  • understanding of basics analog electronic
  • programming embedded system (C, C++)
  • implementing home network (WLAN)
  • understandig of basics biosignal
  • developing PCBs
  • working in a team
  • being part of development of an innovative product

And you are interested in supporting a growing company doing the next successful steps do not hesitate to contact us directly:

Lucas Weiler
Tel. +49 (0)40 766 292 333
Email. weiler@hamburg-applications.com


Bachelor-/ Master Thesis: Development of a embedded Biosignal Math Unit


Hamburg Applications

is a company in the field of medical devices. The company was founded in 2012 and was funded by the program exist Forschungstransfer until the beginning of 2014. The target is to develop a sustainable business based on the development out of this program. The first evaluation board for our technology for mobile medical applications is available. Beside this the first product MoBio RT is released and introduced to the market.

We developed our own microchip for long term biosignal acquisition applications.

We are bringing medical device engineering and the aspect of it-security for IoT together by developing products compliant with ISO 13485:2016, 60601-1 and Common Criteria Standard.

We would like support you in writing your Bachelor-/Master-Thesis

We need YOU for

Writing a Bachelor-/ Master Thesis “Development of a embedded Biosignal Math Unit”

If YOU are interested in learning to/ If YOU are able to
  • programming microcontrollers (C/ C++)
  • understanding basics of biosignals
  • implementing biosignal processing
  • researching pattern recognition online
  • using Matlab/ FreeMat

And you are interested in supporting a growing company doing the next successful steps do not hesitate to contact us directly:

Mario Meza
Tel. +49 (0)40 22 81 32- 600
Email. meza@hamburg-applications.com


Bachelor-/ Master Thesis: Development of a Common Criteria Assistant


Hamburg Applications

is a company in the field of medical devices. The company was founded in 2012 and was funded by the program exist Forschungstransfer until the beginning of 2014. The target is to develop a sustainable business based on the development out of this program. The first evaluation board for our technology for mobile medical applications is available. Beside this the first product MoBio RT is released and introduced to the market.

We developed our own microchip for long term biosignal acquisition applications.

We are bringing medical device engineering and the aspect of it-security for IoT together by developing products compliant with ISO 13485:2016, 60601-1 and Common Criteria Standard.

We would like support you in writing your Bachelor-/Master-Thesis

We need YOU for

Writing a Bachelor-/ Master Thesis “Development of a Common Criteria Assistant”

If YOU are able to
  • programming GUI (C++, .NET, …)
  • understanding Standards of IT security (Common Criteria)
  • developing concepts
  • implementing of requirements with respect to Common Criteria

And you are interested in supporting a growing company doing the next successful steps do not hesitate to contact us directly:

Lucas Weiler
Tel. +49 (0)40 766 292 333
Email. weiler@hamburg-applications.com



Master Thesis: Removal of electrical stimulation artefacts for biosignal acquisition


Hamburg Applications

is a company in the field of medical devices. The company was founded in 2012 and was funded by the program exist Forschungstransfer until the beginning of 2014. The target is to develop a sustainable business based on the development out of this program. The first evaluation board for our technology for mobile medical applications is available. Beside this the first product MoBio RT is released and introduced to the market.

We developed our own microchip for long term biosignal acquisition applications.

We are bringing medical device engineering and the aspect of it-security for IoT together by developing products compliant with ISO 13485:2016, 60601-1 and Common Criteria Standard.

We are looking for an engineer interested in medical device development. We have all opportunities to develop a complete prototype of device including package design in house.

Thesis Topic

The Functional Neuromuscular Stimulation (FNS) is useful to restore some physiological functions and movement of extremities; to improve sensory deficits; for rehabilitation purposes among others.

Stimulators which assist physiological functions and control the movement of extremities requires sometimes a close loop system as feedback. The feedback is performed by acquiring biosignals from the body, these signals need to be conditioned and processed in real time to return meaningful information to the stimulator. The task of biosignal acquisition has to run continuously and the signal amplitude can be low in a noisy environment.

The electrical stimulation causes artefacts, which are short-duration and high-amplitude spikes that can be observed in the biosignal acquisition. The potential of the artefact can saturate the input of the biosignal recorder and prolong the time in which is not possible to analyse the biosignal.

In order to perform successfully biosignal acquisition in close loop systems a mechanism of detection and removal of electrical stimulation artefacts must be implemented. The removal task can have different approaches, at the stimulator output, at the biosignal recorder input, by using digital processing or by combining these techniques.

The purpose of this work is to implement an artefact removal mechanism in a fully functional close loop system. The stimulator and the biosignal recorder are already available and can be adapted for the desired function.

And you are interested in supporting a growing company doing the next successful steps do not hesitate to contact us directly:

Mario Meza
Tel. +49 (0)40 22 81 32- 600
Email. meza@hamburg-applications.com



Engineer (M/W) Product Development Medical Devices


Hamburg Applications

is a company in the field of medical devices. The company was founded in 2012 and was funded by the program exist Forschungstransfer until the beginning of 2014. The target is to develop a sustainable business based on the development out of this program. The first evaluation board for our technology for mobile medical applications is available. Beside this the first product MoBio RT is released and introduced to the market.

We developed our own microchip for long term biosignal acquisition applications.

We are bringing medical device engineering and the aspect of it-security for IoT together by developing products compliant with ISO 13485:2016, 60601-1 and Common Criteria Standard.

We are looking for an engineer interested in medical device development. We have all opportunities to develop a complete prototype of device including package design in house.

We need YOU for

Taking over development (programming embedded systems, PCB layout and prototyping) of new mobile medical applications. Beside this it is planned to involve you in a very interesting project for Common Criteria certification. Future mobile medical applications will need additional security for the integration into secure telemedicine environment.

If YOU are able to
  • read and understand standards for medical devices and Common Criteria
  • write technical documentation
  • program in C code
  • program microcontroller
  • use Matlab/ FreeMat/ FreeCAD
  • use KiCAD for PCB design
  • understand and use Communication protocols (SPI, IIC, USB, WIFI)
If YOU are skilled in
  • electronics
  • medical device standards
  • basic analog circuits
  • basic signal processing

And you are interested in supporting a growing company doing the next successful steps do not hesitate to contact us directly:

Mario Meza
Tel. +49 (0)40 22 81 32- 600
Email. meza@hamburg-applications.com