Gjøvik - Photo: Jan Tore Øverstad
15th International Conference on Wearable, Micro and Nano Technologies for Personalized Health (pHealth 2018), 12-14 June 2018, Gjøvik, Norway
Personalized Health (pHealth) is a global forum for technologists, health scientists and medical professionals. The forum that enables cross-collaboration, public-private partnerships, and academic research inspired by and targeting the health care. All the various stakeholders need to work together towards the efficient and effective personalized healthcare solutions. The conference focuses on modern technologies for data gathering, analysis, and dissemination to the wide range of medical, health, and well-being circumstances.
Initiated in 2004, pHealth succeeded to attract the attention of a large audience, from scientist with different background to medical doctors, policy makers and health care industry professionals. The conference focuses on the tremendous potential of cloud, mobile, wearable technologies as important enablers for monitoring and treatment of wide range of patients.
The 2018 Norwegian version will include workshops and a pre-conference hackathon. Bringing over 100 international and national experts in healthcare to the Norway Inland region, pHealth 2018 will be an important dissemination activity for Norwegian Healthcare related EU projects. Being hosted in Gjøvik, Norway’s cyber security capital, allows additional focus on safety and security in health care. The departments within the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), including the Department for Information Security and Communication (IIK), the Center for Cyber and Information Security (CCIS), the Department of Computer Science (IDI), and the Department of Health Science (IHG), support the conference.
Research Council of Norway
NTNU Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
US Embassy Oslo