Medical Engineering

Head of the Chair of Medical Engineering

Office SG11
Building SG-09
Room 102

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marc Kraft is lecturer of the modules

Curriculum vitae

PeriodType of activity
Since 2004University professor, head of the Chair of Medical Engineering
2002 – 2004Senior development engineer of the company Otto Bock Healthcare GmbH, Duderstadt, employee of the department of strategic technology management
2001 – 2004Lecturer with examination authorization at the Chair of Medical Engineering (Lecture: "Minimally invasive techniques in medicine")
1999 – 2002Head of the development and design department of the company Vanguard AG, Berlin
1999Doctorate in engineering (the dissertation was awarded the prize of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik and the foundation Familie Klee)
1994 – 1999Scientific assistant at the Institute for Microtechnology and Medical Engineering of the Technischen Universität Berlin
1990 – 1994Studies at the Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering at the Technische Universität Berlin, majoring in biomedical engineering, graduating as Diplomingenieur (specialization: mechanical engineering)
1989 – 1990Flight pilot in the air force groupJagdfliegergeschwader 2, Neubrandenburg
1985 – 1989Studies of the specialization fighter pilot at the Officers College for Military Aviators, Bautzen, graduation as a graduate engineer (specialization: transport engineering)

Activities and committees

Chairman of the Medical Engineering Division of the VDI (Association of German Engineers)
Head of the Technical Committee "Risk Management in the Reprocessing of Medical Devices" of the VDI
Deputy Spokesman of the Technical Committee "Education and Training" of the VDE
Spokesman of the Technical Committee "Rehabilitation Technology" of the VDE
Consulting activities for the medical device industry (among others Otto Bock Healthcare GmbH, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Vanguard AG, Remed GmbH, getemed AG, industrial association SPECTARIS)
Expert activities within the framework of various public funding programs