Digital Health - Innovation from diagnosis and treatment to managing health
is a subject that touches many fields, including public health, social sciences, health economics, data management and even computational technologies.
If this theme features in your current or future research projects... If you want to develop interdisciplinary scientific partnerships with France, Flanders and Wallonia and with representatives from the socioeconomic sector...
Join us on Tuesday 1 October at Valenciennes, « Serre Numérique » from 4pm to 8pm for a networking event to exchange with researchers and financial representatives from the sector at our After-Work Brainstorming.
The aim of this exchange is to generate and consolidate partnerships between universities and the socioeconomic sector by identifying and developing shared problem-cases within a common theme.
To ensure optimal interaction and cohesion between participants, the event will be overseen by experts in ideation and design thinking.
For your PhD Students: Digital Health Innovation Bootcamp: 19-21 November 2019
The issues identified will then be submitted to junior researchers from the six TRANSUNIV project universities during an intensive three-day Digital Heath Innovation Bootcamp from 19 to 21 November in Valenciennes.
Thirty PhD students, young doctors and potential post doctorate researchers from different regions and disciplines will work together on each issue to develop innovative solutions.
Given your participation in the development of the themes to be treated, you are also invited to participate in the Bootcamp to share your expertise with the young researchers.
An Innovation Bootcamp is not just a hackathon!
Innovation Bootcamps are designed for long-term scientific reflection and exchange between researchers from different regions, but also between researchers and socioeconomic representatives. Digital Health is currently a key source for economic development in France, Wallonia and Flanders. Official bodies fund projects regularly.
The TRANSUNIV project is more than just a hackathon. The aim is to provide concrete assistance by putting you in contact with Technology and Knowledge Transfer Officers from each of the participating universities (ComUE LNF, KULeuven Kulak, UGent, UCLouvain FUCaM Mons, UMONS et UNamur) so that these ideas evolve into projects and solutions.
With the support of the European Regional Development Fund