Removing boundaries in quantitative understanding of critical illness:
Integrating Mechanism and Machine Learning
September 8-10, 2023
We are excited to be planning an in-person meeting at the University of Augsburg in Augsburg, Germany!
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(Deadline: May 1, 2023)
Mechanistic Modeling in Complex Diseases
Presentations include Translational Applications of Mechanistic Models of Critical Illness, Model-based estimation of non-invasive intracranial pressure, Scientific Machine learning – learning laws from data, Quantitative and Systems Pharmacology, and Models of Immune and Inflammatory Diseases in Industry
Integrating Data and Mechanism
Presentations include Digital twin technology, Domain adaptation and deep learning framework for non-invasive estimation of intracranial pressure, Causal modeling in healthcare, and Physiology and AI.
Presentations include Evaluation and implementation of AI technologies, The Data ecosystem and Federated approaches, Federated Learning and Differential Privacy for Clinical Research, Evaluation of HIT, and AI initiatives in critical care.