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Category: OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background The German digital health applications (“Digitale Gesundheitsanwendung”, DiGA) provides ground for the rapid time-to-market of health and medical apps. This seminar starts with an international overview on digital health app regulations and introduction to the German DiGA. Key topics incl...

Category: OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background Wearable technology often needs devices to be personalized in order to achieve comfort and usability requirements for a long-term, inconspicuous monitoring of the user health. We propose to implement an algorithm to speed up the customization and manufacturing of smart clothes. Aim The pr...

Category: OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background Digital Health integrates various information sources to extract medical insight and provide personalised health services as well as support for medical professionals. In this seminar, students, PhD researchers, and senior researchers of the Chair of Digital Health present their scientifi...

Category: OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background COVID-19 has forced the world into social distancing and self-isolation, and with the general goal of not saturating the healthcare system, establishing an adequate threshold for when to contact the doctor is difficult. Some people may be overreacting to any minor symptom, while other peo...

Category: OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background The field of knowledge discovery has focused on the extraction of rules created from the frequent association symbols. With the recent introduction of the Bayesian rule mining algorithms, the focus is shifting from measuring relevance based on rule frequency and moving towards the increas...

Category: OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background Particle models can be used to simulate population behaviour. Using the simulated behaviours, we can analyse the different components that affect spreads of infections. Our current experience with the pandemic has shown that different regions might have a different response to similar int...