​The internationally acknowledged and experienced profile of CAMES has over the years come into shape through external collaborations, joint projects and partnerships. It is the ambition of CAMES, going forward, to enlarge its portfolio of collaborative projects, while venturing into new and broader scaled cooperation with external partners.

Public-private projects

CAMES has over the years build-up a portfolio of various public-private projects and partnerships. In general, the engagement with private industry, organizations, and external public entities has high strategic priority, including a focus on establishing an industrial PhD track.


We undertake consulting assignments at various levels for public and private entities, Including offering unique test bed opportunities in close vicinity to clinical practice and academia. Consulting and advisory services relate to all activity areas.

International training facility

CAMES collaborates internationally with industry and clinical specialties in designing courses, practical execution and assessments. Moreover, we plan to open CAMES International in the autumn of 2020. The facility invites industry, such as leading medical equipment manufacturer, to set-up own state-of-the-art training spaces, while being in close cooperative contact with CAMES research-based training competencies.

External partnerships

CAMES works with a host of external partners and are interested in further expanding its relations, also with other medical simulation centers on a global scale. Within research and development, examples of international cooperative research areas include:

  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Ultrasound
  • Eye surgery
  • Ear surgery
  • Coloscopy
  • Birthmark diagnostics
  • Robot-surgery


CAMES is collaborating with many universities. These include:

  • University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • London School of Economics, UK
  • Université de Neuchatel, Switzerland
  • Universitet Bonn, Germany
  • Hull Simulation Centre, Hull UK
  • And many more ...
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