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ISSN : 2362-986X
European Commission EU eHealth in focus -
Newsletter
The Infinity Initiative
2 - 3 April 2009 - Sophia Antipolis, France
Organizer: ETSI, ERCIM, European Commission DG INFSO
The Infinity Initiative - Bio-ICT: The Heart in the Computer
Thanks to the upcoming ‘Virtual Physiological Human', new environments for predictive, patient specific, more effective and safer healthcare are being developed
Can you imagine, for instance, the benefits of having an ‘e-drug' tested in an ‘e-cell' of an ‘e-patient'?!
[p]The [b]Modelling and Simulation of Life[/b] is one of the most exciting and promising research areas with [b]great hopes for humanity[/b].[/p] [p]To explore Systems Biology supported by advanced Information and Communications Technologies such as Grid Computing, ERCIM and ETSI are pleased to invite you to the 2009 edition of their joint [b]‘Infinity Initiative'[/b].[/p] [p]The two organisations will welcome top-level experts who will share their vision of Modelling and Simulation of Life while demonstrating how research and standards, supported by the European Commission, can benefit people, society and business.[/p] [p]Delegates will include scientists, industry leaders, key EC decision-makers and major players in the field. ERCIM and ETSI believe it essential that standardisation be considered early in the R&D cycle in order to facilitate maximum creation and development of home and international markets for European industry.[/p] [p]Attendance to the workshop is free and open to non-members of ETSI, upon registration.[/p]
See also : ICT for Health - VPH Research
Contact : gaby.lenhart@etsi.org

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