This course aims to provide students with basic knowledge of the small angle scattering technique, the design of experiments and the analysis of data with an emphasis on biological structure.
The practical part of this course will take place on October the 21st to 23rd, 2019.
In medicine and life sciences we are overloaded with different forms of text and speech. Texts in the form of electronic health records, genomic sequences, scientific articles, twitter feeds or patient questionnaires can be analysed to gain new scientific insights. Speech technology can be used in health apps and chatbots, to extract information from doctor-patient-dialogues or to direct medical robots. This workshop will cover the different application areas of language technology in medicine and life sciences as well as the methods used in this exciting and broad field.
Funding opportunities for artificial intelligence and digitalization in medicine and life sciences
An overview over national and European funders that support projects at the intersection of artificial intelligence and medicine/life sciences. Organized by AIML@LU, LINXS and Research Services.
This workshop is aimed to those who wish to learn about fibre structure analyses; wish to discuss existing and novel experimental approaches; and established/developed methodology/analyses.
The BILL2019 workshop will be held at the Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble, France, during December 11-13, 2019
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working with on the physico-chemical characterization of lipid bilayers by means of experimental (including scattering and direct space techniques) and theoretical approaches.
Welcome to the 18th Food Colloids Conference: Structure, dynamics and function
19th-22nd of April 2020 in Lund, Sweden
The conference aim is to gather leading international experts from academia and industry to share the latest research and developments in the field of food colloids.