University of Oulu and it's collaborator city of Oulu invites companies for open Innovation Contest as a part of 6Aika: Co-created Health and Wellbeing program.
Have you ever encountered challenges regarding availability, usability, or quality of data in your research work? Have you recognized other challenges in data utilization or AI applications? Do you have ideas or experiences about solving these challenges? Or are you currently preparing a project or research initiative related to digital health, where this kind of challenges could be expected?
Join us for discussions about these questions in DigiHealth Hub workshops in December and January!
Published in AI Finland blog on October 15, 2018
The University of Oulu participates in two initiatives, DigiTwins and ALOHA!, invited to enter the next stage of the three stage process towards becoming an EU Flagship for Future and Emerging Technologies (FET).
Council of Oulu Region has granted a 679 000 € funding for DigiHealth Knowledge Hub –project, coordinated by the University of Oulu, from European Regional Development Fund until summer 2020. The objective is to increase competence and capacity amidst the rapid progress of health and wellbeing digitalization.
Open positions for Digital Health and Data Specialists
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Nordic Test Beds project is searching for five new cases to be tested in the Nordic university hospital based test beds. The call is open until October 31, 2016.
Digital Health Revolution project, aiming to create new ways to support individual in maintaining his/her health and well-being, has been going on from August 2014.