Registrations for the AI 4 Health 2021 Winter School are on hold. They will open on September 1, 2020.

Prices

€1501
Students (masters, PhD) and post-docs

€250
Academics and representatives/employees of public institutions

€1500
Representatives/employees of private companies

1 While we hope to offer travel scholarships, we are unable to confirm they will be available at this point. More information should be available after the selection process is complete and before you confirm your attendance by paying so do not hesitate to apply at this point.

The Registration Process

You may apply to simply attend the conference or to attend and submit a poster. Registrations will open on September 1, 2020 and will remain open until October 30, 2020. Registrations from individuals who registered before the school was postponed have all been taken into account.

As there are a limited number of places for the summer school your application will be reviewed based on your CV and the poster you may have submitted. The selection will be carried out by academics and you will be notified of the result in November, before being asked to pay to confirm your place.

As we would like to give you the opportunity to present your work and share it with your peers, a small preference will be given to those intending to submit a poster during the selection process. Posters must be submitted online in pdf format and the maximum size is A0 in portrait orientation (A1 if landscape). If accepted, you will have to bring a printed version of the poster.

The Poster Session

During the selection process, applications to submit a poster will be judged on their academic merit and their relevance to the AI for Health community.

If selected, you will have the chance to present your poster to promote your hard work and discuss it with the leading minds in AI for Health of today and tomorrow, including your peers.

Registration will open soon. More speakers will be announced soon.

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Brought to you by leading AI research institutions, the Interdisciplinary Institutes for Artificial Intelligence (3IA) and the French national health data platform, the Health Data Hub,

Supported by the French Association for Medical Informatics, the Paris Brain Institute – ICM and the University of Paris