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Rehabilitation through virtual reality games
Posted on:05 June 2023

Digital Health Care Technologies, also known as eHealth, could drastically change the field of healthcare. The combination of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, wearables, telehealth, telemonitoring, and Artificial Intelligence is opening new doors for personalized care, improved patient involvement, and more efficient treatments. The Jantina Tammes School supports researchers who are continuing to develop these technologies, in addition to playing an active role in the collaboration between care providers, policymakers, and industries in order to maximize advantages for patients.

M20 opening PhD positions, application deadline June 28
Posted on:01 June 2023

The Ubbo Emmius Fund invites scholars at the University of Groningen and UMCG to submit proposals for multidisciplinary projects that bolster the objectives of the UG Schools.

Students from Hanze and University of Groningen learn from each other in Self Driving Challenge
Posted on:25 May 2023

The teams are participating in a national challenge by the RDW to drive an electric kart self-driving around the TT circuit in Assen.

Third GDBC Thesis Award Digital Business: we are looking for candidates!
Posted on:03 May 2023

The Groningen Digital Business Centre (GBDC) has organized a second Digital Business thesis award

External Challenge DUO
Posted on:11 April 2023

The aim of the challenge was to see if DUO and researchers could work together on themes related to Digital Identity.

Apply for the JTS Early Career Researcher Prize before June
Posted on:17 March 2023

To stimulate smaller and short term activities within the UG that are linked to the Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology and AI, the JTS office reserved a budget for the first JTS Early Career Researcher Prize

Jacquelien Scherpen winner of Prince Friso Engineering Award 2023
Posted on:16 March 2023

Prof. Dr. Ir. Jacquelien Scherpen , Director of Engineering at the Faculty of Science and Engineering (UG), has been named Engineer of the Year 2023 by the professional jury.

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