Save the Date:19th of February, from 15:00 to 18:00 CET the event will be livestreamed!
Throughout 10 weeks of intensive work, Masters and PhD students of the Alliance, organised in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams, have been applying Hackathon methodologies in the development of health communication and literacy projects, and counted on the expertise and support of invited guest experts of the Alliance’s ecosystem! On the 19th of February, from 15:00 to 18:00 CET, they will be pitching those projects.
This is a great opportunity to leverage EUGLOH cooperation and build links with the non-academic world to further disseminate the EUGLOH Alliance and gain visibility for the work we have been developing. It also constitutes a good occasion for participant students to showcase the projects they developed within this activity, to promote sustainability of their ideas, networking in an international environment and to create synergies!
Did you miss the chance in the spring to apply for funds to develop a commissioned education course at your department, or would you like to try again? Now, the University is opening another round of applications, starting on 1 September.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly entering medicine and life science research as well as pharmaceutical industry and health care institutions. This introduction course will give an overview over artificial intelligence concepts and methods and over current and future applications of artificial intelligence in medicine and life sciences. Societal, ethical and legal challenges will also be addressed. In addition, students will hear about ongoing research in this area at Lund University and develop a project plan for an artificial intelligence research project in their own research domain. This is the first course in the new course package on "Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Life Science" and will not have any programming exercises. It will be followed by several in-depth courses with practical exercises, each focusing on different types of data.
LU PhD students have prioritized admission but postdocs and other researchers can be admitted if there are unfilled spaces.
Course co-ordinator and contact: Sonja Aits
Course registration: Please fill in and sign this form and return it to Ross Church (astronomi, HS 25). If you are not yet a COMPUTE member, please sign up at the same time here: http://cbbp.thep.lu.se/compute/index.php
Lund University offers Swedish language courses for employees (SFU) with rapid progression, in cooperation with Scandinavian Languages at the Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL).
Depending on your previous knowledge of Swedish you can take courses at five different levels. Course costs (to be paid by the department): SEK 4 100 each for levels 1–4 and SEK 4 300 for level 5.