Exciting news for the Jump ARCHES partnership is announced today on July 16, 2019! Read the full details here from the Grainger College of Engineering
From the Coordinated Science Lab:
“Kesh Kesadavas and the Health Care Engineering Systems Center at Illinois team worked with the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District to develop a virtual reality training module for temporary food vendors. Jump ARCHES provided funding for this project.”
“See how virtual reality is helping improve the safety of food service!”
The Industry Roadmap for the Future of Aging, Health, and Technology Workshop hosted by members of the PATH consortium on May 14, 2019 was featured in the Champaign News-Gazette.
Read about the exciting work the Director of Health Care Engineering Systems Center is doing!
Please join us in congratulating the Spring 2019 winners of the Jump ARCHES grants announced jointly by the University of Illinois College of Engineering and OSF HealthCare. The eleven awards will share nearly $810,600 of total funding.
Did you hear the news? Illinois Engineering is going to have a new name to bring in the next 150 years of exciting innovations in engineering! Announcement of The Grainger College of Engineering
Jump ARCHES Summer Internship 2019
Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center (jumpsimulation.org) and the University of Illinois Health Care Engineering Systems Center (healtheng.illinois.edu) are pleased to announce the Jump ARCHES summer internship opportunity in Medical Simulation and Virtual Reality. This internship, located at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, is a full time summer internship.
Skill Base required:
- Undergraduate/ Graduate students in ECE / Computer science / Bio-engineering programs with a strong academic record
- Strong programming skills in C#, C++
- Experience working in UNITY; Prior experience using HTC Vive/Oculus Rift/Oculus Go is highly preferred
- Prior knowledge or experience in virtual reality
- Willingness to learn and explore new applications for Virtual Reality in Health Care
- Should be a self-starter and work effectively in self-directed and proactive manner
- Ability to collaborate and work within a team and adhere to the timeline of the project
Project specifics and roles will be discussed during the interview process. Interested candidates, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Military Service Knowledge Collaborative is issuing a Call for Proposals!
Please click here for more information healtheng.illinois.edu/funding/
The Health Care Engineering Systems Center has released our Annual Report for 2017-2018.