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BRAINTEASER: Open co-design workshop on next generation tools to manage ALS and MS

Aim of the event is to gather feedback from a panel of experts, patients and families associations and from the audience on the initial BRAINTEASER solution and to build relationships with relevant stakeholders and other projects and initiatives. Stay tuned for additional information about the workshop and the registration facilities!

BRAINTEASER meets LETHE, RADAR-AD and AI-Mind projects

Online

On Monday 4th October 2021 13.00-14.00 CET BRAINTEASER meets ETHE, RADAR-AD and AI-Mind projects to identify similarities in related project objectives, assess value and areas for further exchanges and cooperation. Stay tuned for future hookup activities!

BRAINTEASER Focus Groups: suitable exploitation routes co-design Workshop

BRAINTEASER is a data science project that seeks to exploit the value of large clinical datasets integrated with personal and environmental data collected through low-cost sensors, to develop AI-based clinical software and mobile apps to support patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis and their clinicians. The series of four Focus Group online workshops […]

BRAINTEASER presents its first open evaluation challenge at ECIR

Stavanger, Norway

Nicola Ferro, full professor at the University of Padua, will present the BRAINTEASER First Open Evaluation Challenge - IDPP@CLEF 2022 - at the The European conference on Information Retrieval and Information Access, 10-14 April 2022, Stavanger  (Norway)

BRAINTEASER presented at MIE 2022 as an example of fair modeling

EFMI MIE 2022 – Nice, France

On May 27th 2022 Arianna Dagliati, University of Pavia, will contribute to the panel discussion “Explainability, Causability, Causality, Reliability: The many facets of ``good'' explanations in XAI for health (Enea Parimbelli, Arianna Dagliati, Brent Mittlestadt, Riccardo Guidotti, Niels Peek, Andreas Holzinger)” at MIE 2022. The focus of Arianna's talk will be on  "reliability": When a […]

Design and Optimization of REST Services for Performance and Scalability in Provision of Big Environmental Data to Exploratory Analytics of their Effects on Progression of ALS and MS

Messe Berlin

Vladimir Urosevic, Development Manager of Belit, will represent the BRAINTEASER Consortium in the Conference session that will take place on September 5th at 9 to 10:30 am CEST. During the session the BRAINTEASER accepted paper “Design and Optimization of REST Services for Performance and Scalability in Provision of Big Environmental Data to Exploratory Analytics of […]

Intelligent Disease Progression Prediction at CLEF – iDPP@CLEF 2022

Bologna (IT)

BRAINTEASER is organising its first Open Evaluation Challenge. The Intelligent Disease Progression Prediction (iDPP) challenge aims at designing and developing an evaluation infrastructure for AI algorithms able to better describe disease mechanisms, stratify patients according to their phenotype assessed all over the disease evolution, predict. Register here to participate to the Challenge

European Researches’ Nights 2022: The Green Brain

Casa del quartiere di San Salvario, Via Morgari, 14 – Torino (IT)

Saturday  1st October, Umberto Manera, University of Turin, will participate with a poster on BRAINTEASER at the UNIGHT  - European Researchers' Night.  The event represents an immersive experience that involves researchers from five Countries with the aim of enhancing the dialogue between citizens and science, to actively participate in the most relevant social challenges of […]

The importance of data to support the recovery of health systems: the 4th Digital Health Society Summit

Virtual

Barbara Di Camillo, Full Professor in Computer Science, Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova and Scientific Coordinator of the BRAINTEASER project will participate in the panel discussion “How do you maximise the use of health data for innovation and recovery?”. The session will take place virtually on October 4th 2022 at 11.45 am CEST. […]

How European cities utilise health data to build their intelligence and resilience: an additional contribution by BRAINTEASER to the DHSS 2022

Online

Arianna Dagliati, PhD, Assistant Professor at University of Pavia, will participate in the panel discussion “Health data for smarter, more resilient and sustainable cities” organised within the Digital Health Society Summit on October 5th at 1 pm.  The session aims at exploring how the cities around Europe utilise health data to build their intelligence and […]

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