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The AI-Mind PhD Club kicked off with an online meeting

PhD Robin Vermeulen, Vebjorn Andersson (OSLO University Hospital), Christoffer Hatlestad-Hall (BrainSymph)

The AI-Mind PhD Club kicked off with an online meeting We are delighted to announce the launch of the AI-Mind PhD Club! The primary goal of the Club is to support young researchers involved in AI-Mind, by offering them the opportunity to share their research interests and findings, connect and collaborate with like-minded individuals from […]

Training on Research Project Management

TRAINING ON RESEARCH PROJECT MANAGEMENT On the 27th of June, some of the AI-Mind younger researchers had the opportunity to explore the best practices on Research Project Management during the training provided by accelopment Schweiz AG. The training was divided into five core blocks, which focused on different aspects of the project management such as […]

The AI-Mind project was presented at international conferences

Dr. Ira Haraldsen has presented the AI-Mind project at two conferences in June: The Midnight Sun Conference for Patient-Related Artificial Intelligence on 15-16 June brought together researchers, clinicians, and other interested parties to share experiences, discuss, and learn about how artificial intelligence is used and can be implemented in health services. The conference attracted in […]

AI-Mind webinars in the field of EEG and MEG screening methods

AI-Mind project is active from the beginning, and we are happy to invite researchers and health professionals for the webinars organised in the field of EEG and MEG screening methods, held online on the 21st and 28th of June at 14:00 CEST. Dr. Mia Liljeström invites for the webinar on the Neurophysiological basis of EEG […]