Program December ’14

The third edition of the Health Tech Event – on December 4th 2014 at High Tech Campus Eindhoven – included:

  • an exhibition with Enwake, Traxmeet, BandCizer, Vici Games, Gociety, Pezy / We Are Perspective, Cognitive Endurence, CoReHab, Horus Technology, Momento.tv, Phaser, SOMA Analytics, The Personal Fitness Club, Tinnitracks and Wellmo;
  • lunch and a lively networking reception;
  • a seminar with keynotes and a wide range of break out presentations in parallel sessions.
    Several speakers allowed us to publish their presentation. You can download them in the program:
09.30 10:30 Registration and welcome
10:30 12:00
Opening by moderator Pieter Hermans, Matchmaker for Innovators, Jakajima. More information
 Auditorium Einstein
Jean Gelissen, Action Line Leader Health and Wellbeing, EIT ICT Labs. More information
Keynote 1
Professor Henrik Hautop Lund, head of Center for Playware at the Technical University of Denmark and director of Entertainment Robotics. ‘Playful Health Tech – How you can turn research on play into products with dramatic health effects’.
Keynote 2
Keith Baker, Director for Divisional Partnerships, Philips Group Innovation, Research.
‘What’s after Lifestyle 6.0?’ More information
Samhitha Udupa, Senior Consultant, Analyst, Lux Research.
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12:00 12:30 Panel discussion with keynote speakers and seminar delegates
12:30 13:30 Lunch break and exhibition
13:30 15:00
Session: EIT ICT, Innovation activities
Room Ernst (first floor)
moderator Patrick Strating
Session: Health Tech Challenges in Business and Law
Room Planck (first floor)
moderator Willem Endhoven
Session: EIT ICT, Coached Companies
Room Curie (first floor)
moderator Outi Toijala
Session: Designing Health Tech products & services
Room Bohr (first floor)
moderator Pieter Hermans
Josef Hallberg, LTU (Sweden): ‘Cognitive endurance’.
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Marianne Korpershoek, Louwers IP | Technology Advocaten.
‘Legal issues and challenges.’
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David Tacconi, CoReHab (Italy): ‘Orthopaedic rehabilitation and sports injury prevention.’
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 Joost Nijhoff, Business Developer IT/ROBOT, Udvikling Fyn: ‘Sensor business development in RobotCity Odense’.
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Reinder Haakma, Philips (The Netherlands): ‘Personal Health and Wellbeing self-management services’.
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Nikolaas Bellens, co-founder, Riverrun: ‘Future-proof business models & strategies in health care.’
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Frans Verbeek, Gociety: ‘Smartphones for seniors’.
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Kristof Vaes, PhD, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Design Sciences, Product Development ‘Stigma-free Product Design’. More information
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Fabio Casati, University of Trento (Italy): ‘The Personal Fitness Club’.
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Kelly Jagers, Business Development Manager, WIBU Systems: ‘Security and IP.’
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Branislav Nikolic, Enwake
(The Netherlands): ‘Your own intelligent ray of sunshine.’
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Olga Pustovalova, CTO, DiabetesLab: ‘Data-driven healthcare.’
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15:00 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 17:00
Session: EIT ICT, IDEA Challenge
Room Ernst
moderator Patrick Strating
Session: Health Tech Research
Room Planck
moderator Willem Endhoven
Session: EIT ICT, Business Community
Room Curie
moderator Outi Toijala
Session: Designing Connected Health Tech products & services
Room Bohr (first floor)
moderator Pieter Hermans
Saverio Murgia, Horus Technology (Italy): ‘The invisible made audible’.
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Anders Stengaard Sørensen, CEO, Bandcizer and Professor, Master of Electronic Engineering, University of Southern Denmark, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute. More information Magdalena Scheijgrond, Healthy Choices, ‘Independent online cosmetics and body care advisor for health and wellbeing’

Rosario Iannella, CTO, Qardio: Designing connected health tech products & services’.
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Johann Huber, SOMA Analytics (Switzerland): ‘Reducing stress in the workplace with smartphones’.
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Jonathan Coleman, Professor of Chemical Physics, Trinity College Dublin.
‘The magic of nanomaterials’.
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Jaakko Olkkonen, Wellmo (Finland): ‘Next generation wellness programs’.
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Jean-Paul van der Voet and Arno Wolters, We Are Perspective & Pezy: ‘How to capture & realize the opportunities of connected products?’ More information
Jörg Land, Tinnitracks (Germany): ‘Building a medtech company’
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Richard Bijlard, Business Development Europe, Invenios: ‘True room temperature bonding…’
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Einari Kanerva, CEO and founder, Traxmeet aboutIts my life- also in coorporate wellness’.
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Kathy Mulders, co-founder, ViciGames about Wind tales a ‘serious game’ for patients with a severe lung disease.
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17:00 18:30 Networking with drinks and snacks