AI4Diag Webinar on European funding opportunities in A.I. for diagnostics

Luogo:  Webinar
Orario:   13:00-14:00
Fifth webinar within the framework of the AI4Diag European project: focus on funding opportunities in the AI fo healthcare field, COVID-19 topic included.

On July 1, 2020 hosts a webinar on European funding opportunities in this field of convergence between digital sciences and in vitro diagnostics. During this webinar a selection of related AI opportunities and calls for projects to tackle the COVID-19 crisis will also be addressed.

The webinar is organised in the framework of the AI4DIAG project, funded by the European Commission through its COSME programme.

13:00 Introduction to the workshop - Willem Dhooge, co-managing director,
13:10 Presentation on European funding opportunities - Marc Van de Craen, BiotechSubsidy
14:00 End of webinar.

Please register here.

After registering, and one day before the webinar, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with instructions on how to join the virtual meeting.


About AI4Diag

AI4Diag is a European project funded by the European Union’s COSME programme aiming to support medical diagnostic companies in understanding, adopting and exploiting the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence (AI) technologies for the development of products and services.

Apart from, the AI4DIAG project consortium partners are Association Eurobiomed, Fondazione Toscana Life Sciences, Asociacion Cluster De La Salud De Aragon and Sihtasutus Tallinna Teaduspark Tehnopol.


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