Seminars

13th WideHealth Seminar: Tine Kolenik, “Persuasive technology for mental health”

Registration link: https://bit.ly/3zdRkyhRegistration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: To be announced Speaker: Tine Kolenik Title: Persuasive technology for mental health Abstract: Mental healthcare seems to universally contain barriers to access where the vast majority of people struggle to get help from a mental health professional. Introducing technology to help …

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12th WideHealth Seminar: Stefan Konigorski, “StudyU: A platform for conducting digital N-of-1 trials that link personalized medicine and population health research”

May 31st, 2022 – 12:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3sTKt9qRegistration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: May 31, 2022 12:00 CET (11:00 in Portugal) Speaker: Stefan Konigorski Title: StudyU: A platform for conducting digital N-of-1 trials that link personalized medicine and population health research Abstract: Traditionally, effect estimates of health interventions have …

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11th WideHealth Seminar: Walter Maetzler, “Digital biomarkers for chronic diseases: Lessons learned”

May 17th, 2022 – 16:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3yznLXFRegistration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: May 17, 2022 16:00 CET (15:00 in Portugal) Speaker: Walter Maetzler Title: Digital biomarkers for chronic diseases: Lessons learned Abstract: In recent years, many -wearable- digital devices have conquered the consumer and fitness market, and the …

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10th WideHealth Seminar: Kyle Montague, “Democratising Healthcare Technologies: Wearables to cue for drooling in Parkinson’s Disease”

May 10th, 2022 – 16:30 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3KI8S7PRegistration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: May 10, 2022 16:30 CET (15:30 in Portugal) Speaker: Kyle Montague Title: Democratising Healthcare Technologies: Wearables to cue for drooling in Parkinson’s Disease Abstract: Digital technologies are rapidly transforming the healthcare landscape. Artificial Intelligence and Machine …

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9th WideHealth Seminar: Catia Pesquita, “Knowledge Science for trust in AI-based biomedical and clinical applications”

April 26th, 2022 – 14:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3uER094Registration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: April 26, 2022 02:00 PM CET (1PM in Portugal) Speaker: Catia Pesquita Title: Knowledge Science for trust in AI-based biomedical and clinical applications Abstract: Biomedical and clinical applications of artificial intelligence are increasingly popular in the …

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8th WideHealth Seminar: Anton Gradišek, “A pilot study: Here be dragons!”

April 5th, 2022 – 16:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3DfnsS0Registration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: January 11th, 2022 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Anton Gradišek Title: A pilot study: Here be dragons! Abstract: This talk will be a bit different than the previous lectures from the cycle. Instead of algorithms, I will …

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7th WideHealth Seminar: Mitja Lustrek, “Activity recognition with a few twists: Experiences from SHL Challenges 2019 and 2020”

January 11th, 2022 – 16:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3sYBSDb Registration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: January 11th, 2022 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Mitja Lustrek Title: Activity recognition with a few twists: Experiences from SHL Challenges 2019 and 2020 Abstract: Sussex-Huawei Locomotion (SHL) Dataset was recorded by three people carrying four …

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6th WideHealth Seminar: Diogo Branco, “DataPark: Reflections from a Longitudinal Deployment of a Digital Platform for PD Monitoring”

October 19th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3mGiIx0 Registration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: October 19th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Diogo Branco Title: DataPark: Reflections from a Longitudinal Deployment of a Digital Platform for PD Monitoring Abstract: Designing tools that are meaningful for healthcare environments can be difficult. …

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5th WideHealth Seminar: Hristijan Gjoreski, “Wearable Computing and its Machine-Learning Applications”

Date: September 14th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Hristijan Gjoreski Title: Wearable Computing and its Machine-Learning Applications Abstract: The recent technological advancements in the sensors development in their miniaturization, allowed numerous applications in the areas of wearable computing, pervasive computing, smart systems, mobile health etc. This talk will focus on few important machine-learning applications in with wearable …

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4th WideHealth Seminar: Venet Osmani, “Predicting deterioration of critically ill patients” (22/06/2021)

Date: June 22nd, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Venet Osmani Title: Predicting deterioration of critically ill patients Abstract: Intensive care units generate large quantities of data from various patient monitoring and intervention systems. Limited ability of humans to process and act on complex information also extends to intensive care clinicians, at times resulting in information overload, and …

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