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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

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    WIDTH project:“warehousing images in the digital hospital (width): interpretation, infrastructure, and integration” is funded by EU FP7 Programme with Grant agreement number PIRSES-GA-2010-269124. Composed of 11 partners from both Europe and China, the project started on May 16, 2011 with a duration of 36 months.

    The goal of the project is to explore the breadth of medical imaging innovations by building in inter-disciplinarity with the application to colossal medical databases. It aims at knowledge transfer to keep abreast of new developments and applications in the field, while fertilising each other’s research, especially between young and experienced researchers and between different disciplines. The key output of the project is a roadmap of the development of future sustainable and flexible data management systems in the digital (paper-less) hospital. This project constitutes a series of programmes including staff exchange, Know-How transfer, as well as sharing and learning workshops, and includes institutions of 6 European and 5 Chinese with participating personnel of 41.

Partners

Dr. Xiaohong  Gao       Middlesex University United Kingdom      

Prof. Henning  Müller,University ofApplied Sciences Western   Switzerland,Switzerland

Prof. Thomas  Deserno Aachen University of Technology, Germany

Prof. Theodore Kalamboukis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Prof. Davide Caramella        University of Pisa, Italy

Dr. Roald Bergstrom Norwegian Centre for Informatics in Health and Social Care, Norway.

Prof. Chiang Lin, Fuzhou University, China.

Prof. (Dr) Zengmin Tian, General Navy Hospital, China.

Prof. Yuanyuan Wang, Fudan University, China

Prof. Shuqian Luo, Capital University of Medical Sciences, China.

Prof. (Dr) Lianyi Wang,First Hospital of Tsinghua University, China.