Very excited to announce that our next guest speaker will be Susanne Suter, Project Manager and Software Engineer at Supercomputing Systems, with the topic “Medical Software Systems Using Artificial Intelligence: Lessons Learned and Prospects “.
1st part: Susanne will tell us how she became the lead of multidisciplinary innovative projects at the interface between computer science, biology and medicine and how she became a mentor at “Super Computing Sisters: Women in Engineering”.
Today, medical systems produce large amounts of signals, images and other health-related information. Hence, there is a great potential to provide health professionals with software tools based on these data sets. At Supercomputing Systems, Susanne was involved in a number of medical software systems such as a web tool for ophthalmological tumor analysis, a patient monitoring system at a neuro-intensive-care-unit, or web-platforms for second-opinion-reviewing systems for ultrasound hip condition diagnosis and ophthalmologic tissue conditions. During her talk, Susanne presents these medical software systems and how they aggregate data and make use of artificial intelligence. In particular, she highlights the lessons learned and prospects of using artificial intelligence for medical software systems.
3rd part: Networking apéro (sponsored by Supercomputing Systems AG), enjoy snacks, drinks, and get to know other people in digital health
Join us at that event and be inspired!
Please book your ticket here:
18:15 Door opening and registration
18:30 Short intro by “Women in Digital Health”
18:40 Talk by Susanne Suter
approx. 20:15: Networking apéro
Supercomputing Systems AG
Room: Wing Edison, 5th floor left
ABOUT SUSANNE SUTER
Susanne Suter, Dr. sc. Computer Science University of Zurich, has been successfully involved for over 15 years in multidisciplinary innovative projects at the interface between computer science, biology and medicine (including scientific prizes, third-party funds and publications). In particular, she has experience in the field of biomedical 3D image processing, software services, web applications and automated processing of large amounts of data; both, in the international research environment and in the private industry sector.
Since four years, she is working for Super Computing Systems as a software project leader and engineer producing custom-tailored medical software systems such as a patient monitoring system at a neuro-intensive care unit, second-opinion case-review systems for medical doctors, and an automated surveillance service to track the health condition in human eyes.
Besides, she is committed to boost/connect women in engineering/computer science, as a mentor and currently with the network series “Super Computing Sisters: Women in Engineering” (see https://www.scs.ch/2018/10/frauen-im-engineering/)