High Tech Summit - Lyngby
10-10-2018 - 09:00 - 11-10-2018 - 17:00
2800 - Lyngby
What is High Tech Summit?
DTU High Tech Summit is the leading research-based high-tech event in the Nordics. At this summit companies, researchers, students and startups meet to find inspiration and create value. High Tech Summit 2018 presents seven tracks over the course of two days on October 10-11, while high-tech companies and startups exhibit their newest products and ideas.
When and where?
High Tech Summit takes place on October 10-11 2018 at DTU Lyngby building 101. The event program runs from 9 am to 5 pm both days.
Technology Empowering People
High Tech Summit is a digitization event that brings challenges and new ideas into focus. It is the premier research-based high-tech event in the Nordics and brings together businesses, researchers, students and start-up with the purpose of new inspiration and creating value.
See and meet with the exhibitors holding the newest and most cutting-edge knowledge and development. Find multinationals as well as budding startups.
High Tech Summit is a digitization event that runs in seven tracks:
- Industry 4.0 & Robotics
- Big Data & Artificial Intelligence
- Internet of Things
- Smart Healthcare & Food
- Business Inside Technology
- Grand Societal Challenges
Track: Biomarkers – the key to personalized health
This year the two innovation networks Med Tech Innovation and Biopeople have co-organized the track “Biomarkers – the key to personalized health”to beheld on October 10 at 14.05-16.05.
Traditionally, biomarkers are often associated with a genetic profile only, but many different biological signals can be used as biomarkers. At this track you will be introduced to examples of different biomarkers and the new technologies used to measure them, and it will be discussed why biomarkers are necessary for personalised healthcare.
Programme for the track
Introduction: “Biomarker validation is also a digital challenge”, Peter Olesen, CEO, ActiFoods ApS
Tech Talk: “From data to biomarkers using machine learning within functional neuroimaging”, Morten Mørup, Associate Professor, DTU Compute
Business Talk: “Molecular Biomarkers – a key to personalized medicine”, Tomasz K. Wojdacz, CEO, MethylDetect
Business Talk: “Biomarker Discovery with Morphological Context - introduction to NanoString technology including Digital Spatial Profiling (DSP) – a novel platform developed by NanoString.”, Lene Berlick, Senior Regional Account Manager Nordics, NanoString Technologies, Inc.
Summing up: “What did we learn?”, Peter Olesen, CEO, ActiFoods ApS
Participation in the High Tech Summit is free and you can see the full program here: www.tilmeld.dk/HighTechSummit2018/programme.html
High Tech Summit programme and registration