As part of the DIGI-B-CUBE European project, INFOPOLE in collaboration with CETIC, WeLL and MedTech Wallonia is organizing a virtual matchmaking event between health and digital players !
On 04/12/20 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
In this matchmaking event, participant SMEs of the INAH project will have the opportunity to present their work in developing a better structure, security, medical knowledge, tools and privacy-by-design to health data access of the Walloon region for research purposes.
SMEs from the Health or IT domains will then have the opportunity to pitch-present their ideas for building projects with application in the medical diagnostics domain and the possibility of using the INAH health data infrastructure.
The aim in this event is to match SMEs and create potential collaborations for applying for the DigiBCube open call vouchers or other funding opportunities.
Please note that the webinar will be conducted in French.
About the INAH project
INAH aims at creating a medical platform for enabling the ethical access and analysis of medical data based on an innovative federated health network. It covers both academic and applied research purposes. Key drivers are the societal profitability dimension and the improvement of patient follow-up.
10h00: Welcome and Introduction to DIGI-B-CUBE project and open call – Nikolaos Matskanis, INFOPOLE Cluster TIC
10h20: The INAH platform: your medical data platform – Mohamed Boukhebouze, CETIC
11h00: Pitches of project ideas by SMEs from the health or IT domains
11h40: Questions and answers
4 speaker(s) associated to this event.
5 organizer(s) associated to this event.
The INFOPOLE ICT Cluster is the Walloon network of Information and Communication Technologies, which unites industry professionals to promote business and innovation through partnership.
As an applied research centre in the field of ICT, CETIC's mission is to support economic development by transferring the results of the most innovative research in ICT to companies, particularly SMEs. CETIC helps companies integrate these technological breakthroughs into their products, processes.
Competitiveness cluster for health in Wallonia, a key regional player for all stakeholders (businesses, research centres and universities) investing in innovative R&D projects and/or the development of skills in the field of health biotechnology and medical technologies