News: Dec 15, 2011
Caroline Olsson's paper on "Standardizing radiation oncology data for future modelling of side effects after radiation therapy" received a "Challenges and Visions Award" at the recent International Workshop on Managing Interoperability and compleXity in Health Systems (MIX-HS'11).
The MIXHS 11 took place in Glasgow, in conjunction with the 2Oth ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2011), and the Challenges and Visions award committee selected the awardees from the accepted papers in the Challenges and Visions track. The decision was made based on reviewers' recommendations.
1. Standardizing radiation oncology data for future modelling of side effects after radiation therapy, by Caroline Olsson ; Graham Kemp
2. Telehealth at scale: The need for interoperability and analytics, by Rajib Ghosh ; Juergen Heit ; Soundararajan Srinivasan
3. Assessing Schizophrenia With A Highly Interoperable Architecture, by by Ando Emerencia ; Lian Van Der Krieke ; Nicolai Petkov ; Marco Aiello
The prizes were sponsored by the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) and will take the form of travel reimbursement awards totaling $1,000, $750, and $500 for first, second, and third place, respectively.
Caroline Olsson is an industrial PhD student from Radiation Physics at the University of Gothenburg, her supervisor is Graham Kemp, Department of Computer Science and Technology .
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