Horizon 2020 - EU Partnering event on digital transformation in health & care
30 Oct 2018
Open to SMEs, larger companies, technology centres, universities and research organisations seeking participation in Horizon 2020 DTH-01: Big data and Artificial Intelligence for monitoring health status and quality of life after the cancer treatment and DTH-11: Large Scale pilots of personalised & outcome based integrated care.
Deadline for registration is Monday 1st October, 12:00
BackgroundIn partnership with Innovate UK, the Knowledge Transfer Network and Scottish Enterprise. The aim of the event is to foster and facilitate the development of R&D project consortia for Horizon 2020 EU funded projects for “DTH-01: Big data and Artificial Intelligence for monitoring health status and quality of life after the cancer treatment” and “DTH-11: Large Scale pilots of personalised & outcome based integrated care”.The event, open to SMEs, larger companies, technology centres, universities and research organisations, will also provide a platform for new commercial and technological collaborations, especially between business and research organisations.If you are looking to lead or participate in a collaborative R&D project for either call topics this event will:- Give you access to opportunities with like-minded companies and research organisations- Enable you to find new partners for collaboration both from industry and academia- Help you establish cross-border contacts for collaborative R&D- Inform you about the research and innovation ecosystem in EuropeProposed AgendaMonday 29th OctoberDelegates arrive in Brussels17.30 – Welcome and networking (Location TBC)Tuesday 30th October09.30 – Registrations – Scotland House10.00 – Welcome address (Scottish Enterprise)10.10 – Setting the scene (Jerome de Barros - UK H2020 Health NCP, Innovate UK)10.15 – Overview of initiatives leveraging AI and Big Data for the follow-up of patients with cancer (Dr. Srivas Chennu, lecturer in eHealth, University of Kent and senior research associate, University of Cambridge) and the use of personalised digital solutions for Integrated Care (tbc)10.45 – Introduction to DTH-01-2019 and DTH-11-2019 call topics focus and key policies11.15 – Key takeaways from an H2020 evaluator and applicant (Andy Bleaden, ECH Alliance)11.45 – Presentation of relevant Horizon 2020 projects12.00 – Support to applicants available in the UK, Brussels and other delegations involved (National Contact Points, KTN, EEN, etc.)12.15 – Networking lunch13.30 – Parallel Breakout sessions focused on:AI and Big Data solutions monitoring health status and quality of life after the cancer treatment Personalised and outcome-based digital solutions for integrated care15.30 – Coffee break15.45 – Collective refinement of workshops and final considerations16.30 – Event endsFor more information about this event, please contact Jerome.DeBarros@innovateuk.gov.uk or Layla.Burrows@businesswest.co.uk