NEW***: Our outline bid for the UKRI AI Centre for Doctoral Training in " SocialPrescribing and Personalised Care" has been successful and is advancing to the full proposal stage. At this stage, we are seeking support from a range of partners, including Industrial Partners, technology/AI solution providers, End-User organisations, Healthcare Providers, Social Prescribing and Social Care organisations, AI specialists, charities, Policy Makers, and others, to help us co-design and co-develop AI-empowered Personalised Care solutions for Social Prescribing delivery Our team, consisting of researchers from five leading universities in the East Midlands, namely the Nottingham Trent University (CDT lead), University of Nottingham, Loughborough University, University of Leicester, University of Derby, will work with co-sponsoring problem owners to leverage our existing AI capacity and create solutions that can address national priorities and alleviate the strain on the NHS. To achieve this, we have designed a unique VentureBuilding training programme that will take each project from concept to MVP, which will be launched and tested through our co-sponsoring organisations. Please send me a message or email at email@example.com if interested in a partnership. New: Our outline bid for "UKRI Artificial Intelligence AI Hubs for Real Data “Building AI Communities For Real World Knowledge Implementation In Health & Social Care” was also successful and we have been invited to apply for the full proposal. This £12m Midland hub is led by Birmingham University and includes, NTU and Warwick as key partners.
Professor Eiman Kanjo was nominated as one of the Top 50 Women in Engineering by The Women’s Engineering Society (WES). The award reflects her outstanding contributions to the engineering industry, making a difference to communities and shaping the future. To find out more, read the NTU Press Release.
Professor Eiman Kanjo, head of the Smart Sensing Lab and leader of the NTU-Turing data science network, aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to make use of a breadth of technical expertise. Through this, strengths and gaps can be identified, building upon large scale interdisciplinary research in the field. To read more, visit the NTU Newsroom.
Professor Eiman Kanjo and her team developed the new ‘Tag in the Park’ game for Rufford Abbey Country Park to encourage families and friends to be more active, promoting wellbeing. The app is being trialled at Rufford Abbey Country Park.
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