Work Package 1: Training in Machine Learning Fundamentals:
WUEB will organise theoretical lectures, practical laboratories (during which the well-established solutions used for various types of data will be presented) as well as practical workshops during which the established solutions will be applied to new type of data (e.g. medical data). The teaching process will be supported by appropriate infrastructure (e.g. software, cloud environments, programming suites). The training effects will be supervised by the WUEB experts involved in the project. All educational materials and events will be saved and/or recorded for further dissemination.
Work Package 2: Training in Machine Learning in biomedicine (e.g. cardiology, neurology);
TUD will organise a training course based on teaching and knowledge sharing including various techniques, such as lectures, group work, workshops, shadowing and study visits. Study visits will include research visits for post-docs from WMU in Excellence Partners’ facilities. Education will be supported by adequate infrastructure (e.g. electronic health records, cloud computing and health information exchanges). The TUD staff will prepare educational materials for both the workshop and lectures. The projects carried out by the post-docs during research visits will be concluded with the preparation of scientific publications as well as reports from exchange visits.
Work Package 3: Databases, Machine Learning and Big Data Architectures and Concepts.
UL will organise open lectures and workshops carried out with the use of both non-medical and medical data. Moreover, scientists (post-docs) from WMU will be invited to carry out independent scientific projects during scientific internships. These activities will include also a preparation of scientific papers submitted to selected journals. Each teaching activity will require specific educational materials which will be prepared by the staff of the University of Leipzig to be presented during the lectures/workshops.
Work Package 4: Methodological aspects of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
UEP planned lectures and workshops carried out in Wroclaw. What is more, scientists from WMU will be invited for short-time scientific exchange visits which will take place in Prague. Each activity will be supported by educational materials which will be used for further dissemination of knowledge.