Jakob Eyvind Bardram

Jakob Eyvind Bardram

Professor

DTU COMPUTE
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Technical University of Denmark

Richard Petersens Plads

Building 324, room 160

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2017
01 DEC

Klar til den digitale verden?

CACHET er kommet med en lang række input til det seneste nummer af Lægemiddelindustriens (LIF) medlemsblad " med. "

Medicine and medico technology
07 MAR

Digital solutions help patients to better health

Personal health technology will play a greater role in the future healthcare system, which will be characterized by a growing number of chronic patients and a strong patient-centred focus. A new report predicts great growth potential for life science companies.

Medicine and medico technology
03 FEB

Millions for research into the treatment of heart patients and psychiatric and neurological diseases

Innovation Fund Denmark has granted DKK 27 million to two major health-promoting projects carried out at the  Copenhagen Center for Health Technology, CACHET, , in which DTU Compute and DTU Electrical Engineering are involved.

Data analysis Computer calculations IT systems Software and programming Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Mathematics
02 JAN

CACHET Receives Funding for two Large Projects from the Innovation Fund Denmark

The projects seek to develop and evaluate new healthcare monitoring technology for heart rhythm and psychiatric and neurological diseases. The goals are to enable early detection of stroke and to support continuous and ‘in-the-wild’ monitoring. The Innovation Fund has awarded 27 million for these projects.

Information technology Medicine and medico technology
2016
01 NOV

CACHET to participate in €4 million European Research Network focused on technology to support mental health for young...

TEAM, a new €4 million research and training network focused on developing new technologies that can support mental health services for young people, was formally announced today.

Information technology Medicine and medico technology
05 SEP

Voice can be used to detect depressive and manic episodes in bipolar disorder

Analysis of everyday speech from smartphone has shown to be a sensitive and valid measure of depression and mania in bipolar disorder.

Medicine and medico technology Information technology
16 MAR

New Research Project on Smartphone-based Treatment in Mental Health

The Innovation Fund Denmark supports a new CACHET project, which aims at reducing the rate and duration of re-admission among patients with unipolar and bipolar disorder using smartphone-based monitoring and treatment.

Information technology Medicine and medico technology