Schlagwort: Public Event

PUBLIC EVENT: Expert Group Meeting – Smart Maintenance Webinar

Dear Colleagues

We would like to invite you to a special “End of the Year” webinar on Friday 16.12.2022 at 14:30. We are delighted to have Dr. Gabriel Michau as our speaker, telling about his research work titled:

Whispering machines: Deep Learning for viable Condition Based Maintenance

Which was recently published in the highly prestigious journal PNAS. The talk description can be found here: Link.

The Speaker: Dr. Gabriel Michau is leading the development of Data-Driven maintenance solutions at Stadler Service AG, piloting end-to-end data-driven projects, from identifying the sensing technology to the optimisation of the existing maintenance strategies. He specialised in the development of innovative deep learning algorithms for the processing of industrial data as Senior Scientist at the ETH Zürich, in the Chair of Intelligent Maintenance Systems. At the ZHAW, he worked on several innovation projects with industrial partners to develop machine learning solutions to specific problems met by the industries. Gabriel holds a joint PhD between the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, in Physics, specialised in convex optimisation and the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, in Traffic Engineering.

You can use the following link to join the webinar: Microsoft Teams Meeting

We hope to see you all there!

Best Regards

Maik, Manuel, Thomas and Lilach,

The Smart Maintenance Expert Group.

Databooster@Neuchâtel

HES-SO, the Haute Ecole Arc Ingénierie, UNINE, CSEM and Databooster join their forces to support
SMEs. On 19th January 2023 at 16h30, a presentation of the National Thematic Network (NTN)
Innosuisse DataBooster will be organised at Haute Ecole Arc campus, Espace de de l’Europe 11,
2000 Neuchâtel
(Campus 2, Room, 128)

The Innovation Booster is an Innosuisse-founded initiative which brings together the most
important players from science/research, society and industry. Its main mission is to develop
innovation ideas carried out by interdisciplinary teams.

The Innovation Booster is composed of 18 programs. Each Innovation Booster program
targets a specific domain. One of these programs is Databooster which supports innovation
around data-based value creation. Databooster focuses on the design of data-based services for the
industrial and service sectors. Its goal is to combine new methods and technologies in the field of data
science with new business models and service concepts.

Nowadays, companies collect vast amounts of data to extract information/knowledge. This information
is useful to optimise their process, develop new services and/or products.

The main mission of the Databooster is to support SMEs to :

1. identify their business/technology challenges in a competitive innovation environment,
2. shape their innovation idea and get the opportunity to build their first prototype,
3. have access to funding instruments for their research and development programmes.

Program
16:30-16:35 HE-ARC welcome
16:35-16:50 Databooster presentation (by Nabil Abdennadher)
16:50-17:10 2 Databooster use-cases
17:10-17:30 Open discussion
17:30-18:30 Apéro & Networking

Version Française

La HES-SO, la Haute Ecole Arc Ingénierie, l’UNINE, le CSEM et Databooster unissent leurs forces
pour accompagner les PMEs. Le 19 Janvier 2023 à 16h30, une présentation du réseau thématique
national (RTN) Innosuisse DataBooster sera organisée à la Haute Ecole Arc, Espace de de l’Europe
11, 2000 Neuchâtel
(Campus 2, salle, 128)

Le Innovation Booster est une initiative financée par Innosuisse. Elle rassemble les acteurs les
plus importants de la science/recherche, de la société et de l’industrie. Sa mission principale est de
développer des idées innovantes portées par des équipes interdisciplinaires.

Le Innovation Booster est composé de 18 programmes. Chaque programme Innovation
Booster cible un domaine spécifique. L’un de ces programmes est appel Databooster. Il
soutient l’innovation en lien avec la création de valeur ajoutée basée sur les données. Databooster se
concentre sur la conception de services basés sur les données et destinés aux secteurs de l’industrie
et des services. Son objectif est de combiner les méthodes et technologies du data science avec de
nouveaux modèles économiques et de nouveaux concepts de services.

De nos jours, les entreprises collectent de grandes quantités de données pour en extraire de de
l’information/connaissance. Celle-ci est utile pour optimiser leur processus, développer de nouvelles
offres de services et/ou produits.

La mission principale du Databooster est d’accompagner les PMEs pour :

1. identifier leurs défis technologues et économiques dans un contexte d’innovation
concurrentiel;
2. concrétiser leurs idées innovantes et leur offrir l’opportunité de construire leur premier
prototype;
3. avoir accès à des instruments de financement de leurs programmes de Recherche et
développement.

Programme
16:30-16:35 Accueil de la HE-ARC
16:35-16:50 Présentation de Databooster (par Nabil Abdennadher)
16:50-17:10 2 Cas d’utilisation de Databooster
17:10-17:30 Discussion ouverte
17:30-18:30 Apéro et réseautage

Bodensee Summit digital

Ziel des BODENSEE SUMMIT digital ist es, kleinen und mittleren Unternehmen (KMU) mit Praxisbeispielen aus der internationalen Bodenseeregion aufzuzeigen, wie die Herausforderungen der digitalen Transformation und die Einführung von Künstlicher Intelligenz erfolgreich gemeistert und Innovationen hervorgebracht werden können. Bei spannenden Impulsen aus Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft sowie praxisnahen interaktiven Sessions wird neuestes Wissen vermittelt sowie Fragen rund um die Digitalisierung adressiert und mit den Teilnehmer-innen diskutiert.

Der wissenschaftliche Impuls (Universität St. Gallen) sowie sechs interaktive Sessions werden von der Schweizer Seite des Bodenseeraums beigesteuert. Es geht dabei um Themen wie „KI – was kann sie, was kann sie nicht?“, über Möglichkeiten von KI in der Logistik, den profitablen Einsatz einer Blockchain oder „Todsünden“ beim Einsatz von KI. Zudem werden die Unterstützungssysteme Databooster, go Tec! und SmartAR vorgestellt.

Der BODENSEE SUMMIT digital 2022 wird mit der Regierungschefkonferenz der Internationalen Bodensee-Konferenz (IBK) in Herisau (Schweiz) verzahnt. Regierungschefs aus Deutschland, Österreich, Liechtenstein und der Schweiz werden über Rahmenbedingungen für digitale Innovationen aus ihren Ländern berichten.

Die Teilnahme am BODENSEE SUMMIT digital ist kostenfrei. Über die Event-Plattform der virtuellen Veranstaltung können Kontakte geknüpft werden. Nach der Registrierung sind die Profile anderer Veranstaltungsteilnehmerinnen einsehbar. Auf dem Marktplatz kann nach Kooperationsmöglichkeiten gestöbert werden, persönliche virtuelle Treffen können direkt verabredet und durchgeführt werden.

Über den BODENSEE SUMMIT digital

Die jährliche Konferenz bietet Unternehmer*innen, Führungskräften und Innovationsverantwortlichen aller Anrainerländer des Bodensees die Möglichkeit, neues Wissen zu erwerben und sich branchen- und regionsübergreifend auszutauschen und zu vernetzen. Der BODENSEE SUMMIT digital wird im Rahmen der Digitalisierungsinitiative Bodensee von der Internationalen Bodensee-Konferenz (IBK) mit seinen zehn Kantonen, Ländern sowie Bundesländern gefördert und somit in der gesamten Bodenseeregion beworben. Organisator ist das an der HTWG Hochschule Konstanz ansässige Bodenseezentrum Innovation 4.0 (BZI 4.0), Anlaufstelle für KMU in Fragen rund um die digitale Transformation.

Registrierung und weitere Informationen: www.bodensee-summit.com

Responsible use of health-related data for research – the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN)

As part of the innovation boosters digital health nation and data, powered by Innosuisse, we want to invite you to a webinar about the responsible use of health-related data for research.

The use of sensitive health data in medical research places high demands on data, infrastructures and processes. Thanks to SPHN, a federally commissioned funding initiative, an interoperable and secure data-enabling environment has been created in Switzerland in close collaboration with the five Swiss university hospitals. The goal is to connect researchers with biomedical and routine health care data to promote data-driven research approaches and contribute to making personalized healthcare a reality in Switzerland. With SPHN’s established contractual framework, the network facilitates the responsible use of sensitive health data in strict compliance with ethical and legal principles.

Registration can be found here or you can use the form at the bottom of the page.

Speakers:

Dr Katrin Crameri, Director of the Personalized Health Informatics (PHI) Group of SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics and director of the SPHN Data Coordination Center

Dr Julia Maurer, ELSI expert and Scientific Coordination Manager, Personalized Health Informatics (PHI) Group of SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics

Forum économie numérique 2022

Join Nabil Abdennadher of the alliance at this event in both his workshop and his presentation.

For more information as well as registration please see the official website here.

Data, Documents & Donuts: Structuring Today’s Data With The Experts

Almost every business process contains documents created for the purpose of human collaboration, and which typically contain some form of data.

Think about studies, technical documents, certificates & regulatory compliance, or contracts – unstructured data within them cannot automatically be processed by machines and are hard to be analyzed without unimaginable amounts of manual effort.

Automatically extracting the relevant information from these documents is a challenging task for many reasons, e.g., a convoluted structure of the documents, tables, pictures, and even handwriting.

This workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to leverage expert knowledge on complex document understanding and extraction.

Address: Acodis, Stadthausstrasse 14, 8400 Winterthur (Floor 3)

Preliminary Agenda:

08:45 – Reception & Welcome Coffee/Donuts 
09:00 – Handwriting recognition (20’ + 5′ Q&A)  
09:25 – KPI Extraction from financial reports (20′ + 5′ Q&A)  
09:50 – An applied research approach to table recognition (20′ + 5′ Q&A)  
10:15 – Extracting and structuring batch records with Acodis (20′ + 5′ Q&A)  
10:40 – Open Discussion and Databooster Ideation 
11:00 – End and farewell

Registration:
https://www.linkedin.com/events/data-documents-donuts-structuri6985991672274796544/about/

10th Swiss Conference on Data Science

The Swiss Conference on Data Science (SDS) is the most important Swiss conference for applied data science! 2023 marks the celebration of our 10th anniversary!

We connect data scientists, developers, opinion leaders, decision makers and pioneers. We create and exchange ideas for innovative products and services, with a non-exclusive focus on the Swiss market. We foster the community of data scientists in Switzerland – and beyond.

SDS2023: With talks and contributions focusing on applied data science and business, accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore. Talks with business impact and data-driven innovation concepts will be presented at the SDS2023.

Meet innovators, scientists as well as business insiders and get access to emerging trends, cutting-edge technologies and research results. Get inspired and use the input from SDS2023 directly for the improvement and development of your data-based products, solutions and applications. Further expand your network and discuss with experts on applied data science during our breaks and social events.

Find more information on our website HERE.

OPEN EVENT: Machine Learning in IoT

Save the Date: The Machine Learning Clining Expert Group will meet in the Technopark in Zurich with four exciting presentations with a focus on industry aimed at experts working with or having background knowledge in data science. Guests are welcome to join!

Speakers:

Christof Zogg, Swisscom, Head of Business Transformation: Competing in the age AI
Guillaume Noël, Heliot Group, Chief Strategy Officer: Data analytics in industrial packaging
Raamadaas Krishnadas, Inspire AG, Research Engineer: Trajectory optimization for embedded systems with Bayesian linear regression
Florentin Marty, SCS Supercomputing Systems, Department Head: Person counting on the Edge

Followed by an apéro.

Please use the form below to register.

Project Day & Christmas Lounge

The Innovation Booster Databooster is organizing a Project Day, where previously supported members will present their projects and their developments in 2021/2022 to companies and interested partners.

Afterwards we invite you to join us to a networking apéro.

Save the date in your calendars! More information is about to come soon.
To register please use the form below. Seats are limited, early registration is recommended!

Databooster Workshop with Decentriq: Data Clean Rooms for secure data collaboration

What are the benefits and challenges of privacy-compliant data collaboration? How to unlock value from sensitive data assets within minutes?

Together with Data Innovation alliance, Decentriq invites you to a workshop about privacy enhancing technologies and their competitive advantage. This workshop will present a framework for sensitive data partnership, show examples of PETs usage and what they offer. We will talk about the risk of exposure and how to establish trust with technical measures. At the end of the workshop participants will discuss in groups industry issues calling for PET use cases and applications, and then test solutions.

Nikolas Molyndris is the Senior Commercial Product Manager at Decentriq. Previously, Nikolas was the Business Development and Strategy at Visium SNC. Nikolas holds a MA in Strategy and International Management from the University of St.Gallen.

Agenda:

16:00 Intro to data collaboration, data clean rooms demo
16:45 Short coffee break
17:00 Privacy enhancing technologies and their business applications
17:30 Networking

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