Welcome to learn more about AI!
The AI Friday workshops are organised as part of the national effort AI Competence for Sweden aimed at increasing knowledge about AI.
Date: Friday December 6
Location: MIT-Place, the MIT-building
Host: Faculty of Medicine, Umeå University
If you register by December 4 latest at 10.00, you also get a sandwich and coffee, please, use this link.
12.00-12.30 Lunch sandwich
12.30-13.00 Welcome and introduction: AI Competence for Sweden @ UmU Katrine Riklund, pro-vice-chancellor/professor Diagnostic Radiology, Helena Lindgren and Tommy Löfstedt, AI Competence for Sweden @ UmU work group
13.00-13.12 “Using AI for segmentation and quantification in medical ultrasound imaging”, Christer Grönlund, associate professor Radiation Physics/Medical Technology
13.12-13.24 “Using hybrid PET/fMRI for simultaneous multimodal imaging of human brain function”, Lars Jonasson, post-doc Department of Integrative Medical Biology (IMB)
13.24-13.36 “UMeHealth as infrastructure for AI-based eHealth across Umeå university and regional healthcare providers”, Karin Wadell, professor Physiotherapy, UMeHealth
13.36-13.48 “Deep learning in medical imaging”, Tommy Löfstedt, senior research engineer Radiation Physics
13.48-14.00 Coffee break
14.00-14.12 “Ongoing projects related to risk prediction at the Department of Radiation Sciences – Current and planned data collections”, Sophia Harlid, senior research engineer Oncology
14.12-14.24 Title: “Compressive Sensing and Statistical Learning with Sparsity in MRI/PET measurements for cancer therapy assessment”, Jun Yu, professor Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
14.24-14.36 “Rörelsemönster utifrån laboratoriebaserade data – potential för AI-applikationer”, Charlotte Häger, professor Physiotherapy
14.36-14.48 Title: TBA, Johan Trygg, professor Department of Chemistry
14.48-15.00 “Prediktiv modell för vårdtyngd och vårdtid på intensivvården”, Magnus Hultin, Institutionen för kirurgisk och perioperativ vetenskap, Centrum för AnOpIVA Västerbotten
15.00-15.15 Closing remarks