AI Symposium

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  • Zernikelaan 17 Groningen.

DASH/UMCG and Hanze University of Applied Sciences are committed to create a vibrant 'AI community' in and around Groningen. We want to stimulate cooperation, an integrated view on data science and AI, and share expertise.

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The aim of this symposium/networking event is to get to know each other better, learn from each other and connect research groups and/or students.

The programme includes the parts 'Pitch your project', 'Speed dating' and a 'Networking drink'. The full programme can be found below.

Program

Chair of the day: Carine Joosse (Hanze) 

  • Introduction (5 min.)
    Wynand Alkema (Hanze)
    Frank Schröer (DASH, UMCG)
     
  • Keynote | The virtual human (45 min.)
    Gerard van Westen (University Leiden)
     
  • Presentation | Digital Healthcare (20 min.)
    Lieke Poot (Isala hospital)
     
  • Break (10 min.)
     
  • Presentation | Point of Care (20 min.)
    Margreet Schurer (Hanze)
     
  • Presentation | What is already happening within the collaboration (15 min.)
    Martijn Nawijn (UMCG)
     
  • 'Pitch your project' (30 min.)
    Peter van Ooijen (Associate professor Radiation Oncology)
    Lilian Peters (Assistant professor Epidemiology)
     
  • Pauze (10 min.)
     
  • 'Pitch your project' - continued (10 min.)
    Inge Holtman (Assistant professor Computational Neurobiology)
     
  • Student internship pitches (15 min.)
    Kasper Noteboom (Clinical Neuro engineering)
    Rienk Heins (Genetics)
    James Gray (clinal pharmacy and Pharmacology)
     
  • Review and conclusion (10 min.)
    Carine Joosse (Hanze)
    Frank Schröer (DASH, UMCG)
    Wynand Alkema (Hanze)
     
  • Poster presentations/Networking drinks

Registration

We cordially invite you to this event. As the number of places is limited, we ask you to register with Jasper Bosman (j.bosman@pl.hanze.nl, for employees and students of Hanze University of Applied Sciences) or Michiel Hooiveld (m.h.w.hooiveld@umcg.nl, for employees and students of UMCG).