Horizon 2020 - EU Partnering event on digital transformation in health & care
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 is open to SMEs, larger companies, technology centres, universities and research organisations. It will 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 of the above calls, 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 Europe
Your registration will be reviewed by the organising team who will contact you to confirm whether or not you have been allocated a place. Places are limited and may be restricted to one participant per organisation.
**Please do not arrange any travel provisions until you receive confirmation of attendance.**
- Monday 29th October
Delegates arrive in Brussels
17.30 – Welcome and networking (Location TBC)
- Tuesday 30th October
09.30 – Registrations – Scotland House
10.00 – Welcome address (Scotland Europa)
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 policies
11.15 – Key takeaways from an H2020 evaluator and applicant (Andy Bleaden, ECH Alliance)
11.45 – Presentation of relevant Horizon 2020 projects
12.00 – Support to applicants available in the UK, Brussels and other delegations involved (National Contact Points, KTN, EEN, etc.)12.15 – Networking lunch
13.30 – Parallel Breakout sessions
15.30 – Coffee break
15.45 – Collective refinement of workshops and final considerations
16.30 – Event ends.
For more information about this event, please contact Jerome.DeBarros@innovateuk.gov.uk.