Archive 2018

19 June 2018 - Matchmaking event Personalized eHealth Technology

This matchmaking event is representing the kick-off to the external community of the research programme on Personalized eHealth Technology. The University of Twente is structuring 4-5 years research programmes which cross the boundaries of the faculties. These research programmes are embedded in institutes and focus on specific high-potential themes with respect to growth and impact. One of the selected themes in the first round is Personalized eHealth Technology.

Meet and Match! - Building the PErsonalized ehealth Technology community

Why participate?

Do you have a technological solution that you would like to apply in healthcare?
Do you have a problem that requires personalized eHealth technology?
Do you have a technological solution that needs further research or optimization?
Or, are you in need of a fresh perspective?

All good reasons for participating the 19th!

> Be inspired with innovative technological solutions
> Search and find new collaborations
> Discuss your ideas and create new ones with several experts
> Broaden your view, expand your network

Date and time

Tuesday 19th of June (15h00 – 18h00)

Location

University of Twente, DesignLab, IDEATE room (route)

program

14h30

Registration/reception with coffee and tea

15h00

Welcome

Prof.dr. Thom Palstra (Rector Magnificus, University of Twente)

15h05

Introducing the Personalized eHealth Technology program

Prof.dr.ir.  Hermie Hermens (Director PeHT programme)

15h20

How to collaborate? – from student assignments to European research

Dr. Jelle van Dijk (Programme team PeHT) 

15h30

Pitches perspectives: Research - Health - Industry 

15h50

Meet & Match Market with showcases of Personalized eHealth Technologies

16h45

Reflection and farewell

17h00

Drinks

Registration

Registration is possible until 13 June, 12.00 hrs. Registration is free of charge.


For more information about the Personalized eHealth Technology Research program please visit the eHealth website