CONNECT actively engages with stakeholders in HLS&E Event

Our CONNECT researchers actively engage with a diverse audience, including first-year BSc students from TU/e, as key stakeholders. As part of a Challenge-Based Learning (CBL) course on Ethics & Data Analytics, the CONNECT partners interacted with the students, fostering meaningful discussions. The culmination of the course was a poster presentation at the HLSE2022 event, where students showcased their findings. To gain insights into the impact of this collaboration, take a look at the video below to explore the interviews with two of our PI’s Prof. Jens Schwamborn and Dr. Regina Luttge.

In addition, it is important to recognize and appreciate the contributions of other CONNECT partners at the HLSE outreach event. Let’s shine a spotlight on Rahman and Samuel, who delivered captivating presentations. PI Anestis made his presence felt through a live-streamed session, ensuring wider accessibility. Furthermore, it is worth mentioning the diverse range of posters presented by TU/e, Aalto, and ErasmusMC. Notably, ErasmusMC made a valuable contribution through a virtual lab tour, adding a unique dimension to the event.

By acknowledging the involvement and contributions of all participants, we celebrate the collaborative and inclusive spirit of the CONNECT initiative.

Special thanks to Focality Media for creating the video.