18 October 2018, from 13h – 19h

How smart is your data? Practical cases of Big Data and AI in the life sciences

Quartier Papier, Fabriekstraat 55, 1930 Zaventem




PILS (Partners in Life Science) is organizing its first symposium about Big Data in the Life Sciences on October 18. Only accessible by invitation. If you’re interested, you can send us an email: It’s definitely going to be worth the visit! Here’s a brief overview of our speakers that day (full program on request):


– How to become a data-centric company – Stijn Floren, Google

– AI based CT analysis for US NIH (National Insitutes of Health)

– Jonathan Berte, Robovision – Adopting analysis: develop a data culture by moving beyond specialists and experiments

– Joan van de Wetering MBA, Trendminer

– How 3D printing is revolutionizing healthcare – Tim Van Cleynenbreugel, 3D SYSTEMS

– The economical and public health impact of using data analytics to optimize antimicrobial prescriptions in a hospital setting

– Koen Janssens, Biomerieux – Wearables in healthcare: ruling in big data by mastering small data

– Hans Danneels, Byteflies – A living nose-on-chip: unlocking data in olfaction

– Elke Giets, Mousensor