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Apply now for a workshop on AI in Medicine

Sorbonne University and Heidelberg University join forces to organise the first workshop on AI in medicine under the 4EU+ European University Alliance.

  • From September 11th to September 13th

  • Summer school
  • Seminar room, SCAI, Sorbonne University Pierre et Marie Curie campus

The aim of the three-day workshop, held from September 11th to 13th 2024, is to bring together researchers in the field of machine learning for an information exchange in the field of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. The topic of the first workshop is "Optimised Trials with Machine Learning." This involves the use of machine learning methods in randomised clinical studies in order to obtain better statistical information about interventions or diagnostic procedures. Recent progress in this field is presented by internationally recognized researchers from Sorbonne and Heidelberg but also from other institutions such as the 4EU+ Alliance member universities.

The audience will comprise a diverse group of PhD candidates from the fields of medicine, biology, and computer science. The event has 40 seats available, with 10 reserved for participants from 4EU+ members and the remaining 30 allocated to students from Heidelberg University and Sorbonne University.

Important dates

April 12, 2024: Application deadline for short presentation abstract
April 26, 2024: Feedback for acceptance
August 31, 2024: Final version of short papers
September 11-13, 2024: Workshop dates

Doctoral candidates from 4EU+ Alliance members who have a keen interest in artificial intelligence applied to the medical domain are invited to apply for this event. Interested applicants should complete the online form by April 12th, 2024.

Regarding papers, presentations (talk or poster), students are invited to register both to attend and to present. Each presentation will be accompanied by a short paper published in the conference proceedings. Participants are required to submit an abstract of 500 words for their proposed presentation. These short papers must be completed before the school's commencement.

It's important to note that a minimum level of proficiency in programming skills and English language is required to effectively participate in the workshops activities.

Selected candidates will be provided with logistical details, including funding opportunities for travel and accommodation.

This event is jointly organised by the Sorbonne Center for artificial intelligence (SCAI) and Mannheim Institute for Intelligent Systems in Medicine (MIISM) and is financially supported by the international organisation “Franco-German University”.

For more information and the full program.