October 2019


Tapas Talks with the ITU BUILD Lab on Oct. 24: The Importance of Tech in Health Care

Tapas Talks with the ITU BUILD Lab: The Importance of Tech in Health Care

The BUILD Connections Lab and CBS Health are happy to invite students, researchers and partners in the industry to join us for our first Tapas Talks Networking event

October 24, 2019 at 16-20

The event will be hosted in the student Friday bar (ScrollBar) at the IT University of Copenhagen, Rued Langgaards Vej 7.

Agenda October 24, 2019:
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee, cake, and networking
16:30 – 17:00 “The Importance of HCI in Clinical Trials” Lene Nielsen, Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen
17:05 – 17:40 “The Future of Digital Health Care” with Andreas Dam, CEO at Daman
17:45 – 18:15
“Machine Learning to Heal Hard-to-Heal Wounds” with Jacob Malte Jensen, Data Scientist at Vertical Strategy
18:30 – 20:00 Panel discussion, tapas, drinks, and networking

Read more, and sign up here: Tapas Talks With the ITU BUILD Lab

 

Anett Stéger
Head of Events at CBS Health

 

Tapas Talks with the ITU BUILD Lab

 

Helle Martens
Lab Manager at ITU’s BUILD Connections Lab

GovTech: Making a Difference in the Public Sector

In partnership with BUILD Lab at the IT University of Copenhagen, PUBLIC Denmark invites you to join this talk on making a difference with GovTech.

The GovTech Program is a challenge-based initiative, which seeks to initiate, support and bolster collaboration between the public sector and technology companies with innovative solutions.

The program invites Danish and international tech companies to bring their most innovative and value-adding solutions to the public sector. The companies with the most promising ideas will be invited to join a 5-week PoC phase that includes a bespoke market dialogue with government officials and domain experts. In the final phase, the program presents a number of recommendations on how the given challenge could be solved. Companies participating in the program receive economic compensation for their efforts.

The 2nd round of the GovTech-Program features 6 real-world, public sector challenges that are currently open for applications. Join the talk to learn more about each challenge and how GovTech has an impact on society. Free coffee and cake will be provided by the university.

If you think your startup can solve one of the GovTech-Program challenges, submit your application by November 18th or show your interest here: https://bit.ly/2kNBs1S

Tentative agenda for October 8th:
16:00 Welcome by ITU
16:05 GovTech-Program Denmark by Niels Martin Andersen, Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs
16:15 Challenge owner pitch
16: 30 Q&A
16:30 – 17:00 Coffee, cake and networking

Location:
Auditorium 3 (Room 2A56)