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Rui Zhang, co-inventor of the 'diet eyeglasses', demonstrates the prototype. Photo: ACTLab/University of Passau

Chair of Sensor Technology develops 'diet eyeglasses'

This smart eyewear, developed as part of the WISEglass project, monitors temporalis muscle contraction using sensors embedded in the frame of the 3D-printed eyeglasses. By analysing the intensity and duration of the chewing motion, the eyeglasses infer the consistency of the food to determine what kind of food – and how much of it – the wearer is consuming.

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ACROSSING project develops smart-home technology

'How to create a domestic environment that notices when something is amiss?' This is one of the questions the University's researchers around Oliver Amft are trying to answer.Read on

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Job market orientation for international students

The iStudi Coach advises international degree-seeking students interested in working in Germany and manages the iStudi Pass programme, which provides systematic training and networking opportunities.Read on

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Professor Bauernschuster awarded Walter Eucken Prize

The Economics and Business Administration Faculty of the University of Jena honoured Professor Stefan Bauernschuster for his excellent research in economic policy.Read on

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