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A Demonstration of 4D Digital Avatar Infrastructure for Access of Complete Patient Information. Owing to the highly fragmented health systems in European countries, gaining access to a consistent record of individual citizens that involves
A Generic Open-end Simulation Environment for Minimally Invasive Cancer Treatment. The Go-Smart project will build a generic open-source software simulation environment for planning of image guided percutaneous Minimally Invasive Cancer Treatment
Semantic Infostructure interlinking an open source Finite Element tool and libraries with a model repository for the multi-scale Modelling and 3d visualization of the inner-ear. The clinical evidence indicates that the number of people with all
Patient Information Combined for the Assessment of Specific Surgical Outcomes in Breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer to affect women in Europe and has a lifetime risk of 1 in 9. It is an increasingly treatable disease, however, and
Digital radiation therapy patient. The past decade has seen a revolution in radiation therapy technology, offering exceptional flexibility in dose delivery. Image guidance during treatment ensures a reliable targeting of the dose to the tumour. This
Model Driven Computation of Treatments for Infertility Related Endocrinological Diseases. Infertility affects 12% to 15% of reproductive age couples in Europe, costs approximately 1 billion Euros per year, and experts agree that these figures will
Virtual Embodiment and Robotic Re-Embodiment. VERE aims to carry out research on the fusion of the human body with virtual or physical surrogates. By fuse we mean that human participants would operate under the illusion that the virtual body is their
MOSAIC - MOdels and Simulation techniques for discovering diAbetes Influence faCtors. MOSAIC will address two very specific aspects linked to the prediction of risk of developing diabetes (type 2 and gestational) and complications associated to
Intelligent Urban Water Management System. Improving the efficiency of water management in Europe was recognised by the EC as essential for overcoming the growing exposure of European countries to Water Scarcity and Droughts. UrbanWater proposes a
Efficient Integrated Real-time Monitoring and Control of Drinking Water Networks. This project addresses three main management problems in urban water system: optimal operational control, real-time monitoring and demand forecasting/management.