Event Information

The 4th Digital Health Symposium
~ AI & Multimedia Technologies for Smart Healthcare ~

2019/02/01

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We would like to invite all the participants to join us at the 4th Digital Health Symposium.
KU & NTU will jointly hold the 4th Digital Health Symposium on 1st March 2019.
Please find the information as below. We look forward to seeing you. Thank you.

Date: 1st March, 2019 (Fri.)

Place: Pharmaceutical Sciences Campus of Kyoto University
                Med-Pharm Collaboration Building 1F Fujita Commemorative Lecture Hall
                http://www.med.kyoto-u.ac.jp/access/campusmap/

Address: 46-29 Yoshida-Shimo-Adachi-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan

Participants: first 250 participants

fee: free (Networking ¥1,000-)

Sponsors: Kyoto UniversityNational Taiwan University
                       TOWA PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD / T Square Solutions

Registration: http://bit.ly/2SXAAmU

For more symposium details, please click (link). 
 

Program

  13:00-13:10 Opening remarks
                         Prof Dr Kazuhiro Iwai (Dean, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University, Japan)
                         Jiun–Rong Chen (Director Science & Technology Division,
                         Taipei Economic & Cultural Representative Office in Japan)

  13:10-13:30 Tomohiro Kuroda (Professor, CIO/Director Div of Medical IT & Admin, Kyoto University Hospital)
                       「What is the expected role of AI in clinical sites?

  13:30-13:50 Li Chen Fu (Professor / Director Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering,
                         NTU / MOST Joint Research Center for AI Technology and AII Vista Healthcare)
                       「Where will AI and Robotics lead us in the realm of smart healthcare?

  13:50-14:10 Takayuki Kanda (Professor Department of Social informatics, Kyoto University)
                       「Towards the use of social robots for health-care

  14:10-14:50 Posters & Drinks break

  14:50-15:10 Han-Mo Chiu (Clinical Professor Department of internal Medicine,
                         National Taiwan University Hospital)
                       「Development of novel computer-aided recognition system applying deep learning
                         technology for verification of cecal intubation

   15:10-15:30 Satoru Seo (Assistant Professor Department of Surgery, Kyoto University Hospital)
                       「Real-time navigation for liver surgery using dynamic projection mapping
                         with indocyanine green fluorescence

  15:30-15:50 Man-Ling Wang (Attending Physician Department of Anesthesiology,
                         National Taiwan University Hospital)
                       「Nerve visualization ultrasound

  15:50-16:00 Break

  16:00-16:20 Megumi Nakao (Associate Professor Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University)
                       「Statistical modeling and image recognition for intraoperative lung tumor localization

  16:20-16:40 Jiun-Yu Yu (Assistant Professor College of Management, National Taiwan University)
                       「A Telehealth-enabled Digital Me

  16:40-17:00 Taku Iwami (Professor Agency for Health, Safety and Environment, Kyoto University)
                       「Lifelong PHR Kyodai model – a date driven health promotion

  17:00-17:20 Yuki Yamamoto (Vice President T Square Solutions, Sponsor talk)
                      「ICT strategy to integrate Healthy Longevity Society

  17:20-17:40 Ted Chang (Chief Technology Officer(CTO) and Vice President Quanta Computer, Taiwan,
                         Industry talk)
                       「AloT for Smarter eHealth of the Future

  17:40-17:50 Summary with Q&A’s

  17:50-18:05 Closing remarks
                         Yusuke Amano (President T Square Solutions, Japan)
                         TSAI-KUN LI (Associate Dean / Principal Investigator College of Medicine,
                         National Taiwan University / NTU SPARK)
                         Shinji Asonuma (Director General, Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation
                         Kyoto University)

  18:05-19:30 Networking

Contact: Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation (SACI)
                      Email: liaison@saci.kyoto-u.ac.jp

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