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ITIS, Implantable Technology and Sensors, producing, trading, servicing and researching enterprise, d.o.o. Ljubljana

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
2.00.00  Engineering sciences and technologies     
2.06.00  Engineering sciences and technologies  Systems and cybernetics   
2.06.07  Engineering sciences and technologies  Systems and cybernetics  Biomedical technics 

Code Science Field
B000  Biomedical sciences   
B007  Biomedical sciences  Medicine (human and vertebrates) 
B640  Biomedical sciences  Neurology, neuropsychology, neurophysiology 
B710  Biomedical sciences  Physical medicine, kinesitherapy, revalidation, rehabilitation 

Code Description
Research 
Education 
Technology transfer 
Evaluation (rules)
source: COBISS
Points
117.83
A''
0
A'
0
A1/2
48.61
CI10
267
CImax
59
h10
7
A1
0.34
A3
0.04
Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on April 14, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 70  412  350 
Scopus 75  508  444  5.92 
Research groups (1)
no. Code Name of group Responsible person No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1. 1326-001  Centre for Implantable Technology and Sensors  PhD Janez Rozman   245 
Researchers (1)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Status No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1. 04293  PhD Janez Rozman  Systems and cybernetics  Researcher  245 
Research projects (10) Legend
no. Code Title Period Responsible person No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1. J3-0394  Carvedilol or Bisoprolol in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure and Chronic Pulomonary Obstructive disease: An Investigator Initiated randomized double blind cross-over Trial  2/1/2008 - 1/30/2011  PhD Mitja Lainščak   3,992 
2. J3-0259  The Influence of Ultrasound Exposure on Development of Rat Fetuses  2/1/2008 - 1/30/2011  PhD Janez Rozman   1,301 
3. J3-4519  Nevroendokrino uravnavanje srčne funkcije (Slovene)  7/1/2002 - 6/30/2005  PhD Matjaž Bunc   729 
4. J2-3415  Peripheral autonomic nerves: Stimulation and sensing  7/1/2001 - 6/30/2004  PhD Janez Rozman   245 
5. J3-2389  Nevroendokrino uravnavanje tonusa koronarnega žilja (Slovene)  1/1/2000 - 6/30/2002  PhD Matjaž Bunc   1,193 
6. J2-0542  Stimulacija trebušne slinavke in zajem električne aktivnosti (Slovene)  7/1/1998 - 6/30/2001  PhD Janez Rozman   432 
7. J3-7838  Analiza vplivov elektrokemijskega in mehanskega delovanja na ortopedske implante (Slovene)  1/1/1996 - 6/30/2001  PhD Ingrid Milošev   2,759 
8. J3-7885  Poškodbe, regeneracija in plastičnost mišic in živčevja (Slovene)  1/1/1996 - 6/30/2001  PhD Janez Sketelj   2,274 
9. J3-7894  Struktura in funkcija skeletne mišice v fizioloških, eksperimentalnih in patoloških pogojih (Slovene)  1/1/1996 - 6/30/2001  PhD Ida Eržen   1,570 
10. J2-7042  Funkcionalna selektivna stimulacija perifernih živcev in zajemanje površinske aktivnosti z multielektrodnimi sistemi v obliki spiralne (Slovene)  1/1/1995 - 6/30/1998  PhD Janez Rozman   245 
ARIS research and infrastructure programmes (4) Legend
no. Code Title Period Responsible person No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1. P3-0171  Plasticity of the nervous system in physiologic and pathophysiologic conditions  1/1/2019 - 12/31/2027  PhD Marko Živin   2,751 
2. P3-0171  Plasticity of the nervous system in physiologic and pathophysiologic conditions  1/1/2015 - 12/31/2018  PhD Samo Ribarič   3,076 
3. P3-0171  Poškodba, plastičnost in regeneracija živčevja in mišic (Slovene)  1/1/2009 - 12/31/2014  PhD Samo Ribarič   2,810 
4. P3-0171  Poškodba, plastičnost in regeneracija živčevja in mišic (Slovene)  1/1/2004 - 12/31/2008  PhD Janez Sketelj   2,862 
International projects (1) source: SICRIS
no. Code Title Period Responsible person
1. FP5-HUMAN POTENTIAL-53899  Neural prostheses  10/1/2000 - 9/30/2004   
Description
The Centre for Implantable Technology and Sensors was established at the end of 1993 and commenced operation in March 1994. The first project concept in implantable technology appeared in autumn 1992, on the basis of an invitation for applications from the Slovene Ministry of Science and Technology, which appears every year. The Slovene Ministry of Science and Technology approved the concept of founders, mostly young researchers and decided to support the establishment of the centre according to recommendations. The Centre for Implantable Technology and Sensors is run within ITIS d. o. o. Ljubljana, a private research company owned by cofounders. By March 1994, the laboratory and centre headquarters were both located at the Institute for Metal Materials and Technologies, Ljubljana. ITIS d. o. o. Ljubljana, Centre for Implantable Technology and Sensors deals mainly with the design and manufacture of implantable systems for neuromuscular stimulation. The Centre designs and produces various multielectrode systems for selective stimulation of the neuro-muscular and autonomous nervous system as well as electrode systems for selective recording of neural and muscular activity and signals from other excitable tussues. The group also deals with the design, manufacture and encapsulation of various sensors for medicine and industry. The Centre offers a theoretical and technical support to various research groups located at some public research institutions and at University of Ljubljana through collaboration on their basic research projects. The Centre produces various types of electronic braces and force transducers for measurements of torques and forces in human rehabilitation and animal experiments. The results obtained through research on previous basic project entitled: Functional selective stimulation of peripheral nerves and recording of their afferent activity with multielectrode spiral cuff systems, financed by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Slovenia were transferred in rehabilitation practice. Namely, the Centre produces an implantable system called "Implantable Gait Corrector" for stimulation of the common peroneal nerve to prevent foot drop in hemiplegic patients. In all implanted patients, significant improvements of a gait with increased velocity were observed. The results also show that the problem of foot drop in hemiplegics is solved using described system. Finally, the Centre produces custom designed equipment for research laboratories especially for those conducting basic research through animal experiments. In the field concerning the recording of different biological signals in various basic research studies and the development of various diagnostic methods and methodologies the Centre is collaborating with Klinik Berlin from Germany. In the field of development and clinical applications of different implantable systems for functional electrical stimulation of paralyzed skeletal muscles the Centre is in contact with the FES Information Center located at Case Western University in Cleveland. Finally, the Centre every year supervises students coming from Hohns Hopkins University in Baltimore, U. S. A.. The principal investigator of basic research projects in the Centre has been selected for reviewing European framework. The Centre is also the participant in the research training project of the Fifth Framework Programme, The European Community.
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