The programme is now available. Don’t forget to register!
XR4ALL is pleased to invite entrepreneurs, innovators, researchers and thought leaders in the field of Extended Reality (XR) for medicine, rehabilitation and healthcare to attend the XR4ALL workshop focusing on current challenges and the future of XR in the health sector.
This event will take place on Friday, 20th March 2020, hosted by Fraunhofer HHI in Berlin, Germany, supported by 3IT.
This one day workshop will focus on current challenges and future developments in the following XR application areas: (1) medical training and learning, (2) diagnostic and pre-operative use, (3) intra-operative use as well as (4) post-operative use and rehabilitation.
The workshop will start with keynotes and inspiring talks from leading experts in the field followed by an interactive part, where participants actively contribute to the discussion about the future of XR in health.
The workshop has three main objectives:
- providing a state-of-the-art overview on XR technology development and applications
- networking between members of the XR community in the health sector and
- shaping a research agenda that will feed into the upcoming framework programme Horizon Europe by the European Commission
The workshop is free of charge upon mandatory registration and will be conducted in English.
Who should attend
- researchers from academia and industry,
- representatives from hospitals and associations from health sector,
- XR experience and technology developers from industry, SMEs and start-ups.
- benefit from unprecedented insights into the use of AR and XR technologies in the health sector
- connect with other stakeholders and innovators in the XR community
- shape the research agenda that will drive the direction and funding of research projects in XR in Europe for the next decade.
This workshop is hosted by Fraunhofer HHI, CINIQ Center and 3IT in their conference centre in Berlin, Germany.
Registration is mandatory (subject to room capacity limitation).
Please register here by 5th March 2020.
Remote participation will not be offered.