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Winning team earned US$ 5000 and was coached by mentor Thomas Hermsdorfer

UC Health Hack (UC HH) is an annual interdisciplinary hackathon hosted by UC San Diego Health and members of the University of California’s six health systems. Students, physicians, and industry professionals will have the opportunity to address and solve issues related to integrative medicine and global health in a fast-paced, competition format.
Teams of up to five members collaborate over the course of two days to solve critical healthcare problems, under the guidance of world class mentors and field experts. Participants bring their ideas to fruition with prototyping software, hardware supplies, and fabrication labs. All projects are presented to judges in a project expo. Finalists move on to present to a panel of judges, who select the winning teams.
The first Place Team, students Layanda Mdanda and Hannah Petterson, submitted and presented their project “TimER - Promoting Access to Healthcare by Driving Down Costs and Wait Times”. TimER is a data informed chatbot that allows the user to access the wait times for emergency rooms and urgent care and help them decide which one to go to based on their symptoms and location. It would then use data collected from hospitals and patients about their ? to better inform infrastructure development by identifying trends in waiting time at facilities.

Check out more about the presentation and the UC HH by the following links:

https://www.beautiful.ai/deck/-LOAq94lSjTDnAN11ZZe/TimER

https://healthhack.uchealth.edu/#/home

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WIPS Co., Ltd. The Worldwide Intellectual Property Service in South Korea and SET Technology GmbH start partnering by signing a MoU

WIPS Co., Ltd. (Worldwide Intellectual Property Service), Seoul, South Korea and SET Technology GmbH, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany, announced a cooperation to accelerate the commercialization and development of Intellectual Properties (IP, Patents). HyounJong Kim, Director of WIPS Co., Ltd. and Thomas Hermsdorfer, CEO of SET, signed a five-year collaboration MoU on June 15th, 2018. This MoU is considered as a framework contract (and will base as a frame work contract and will be adjusted with concrete projects) whose intention will be translated into concrete projects through additional case-by-case agreements.

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Renewal of the cooperation contract between the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS) and SET Technology GmbH means continuation of successful partnership in technology transfer for Kuwait industry

Meeting the goals of the current (2017 - 2021) strategy of the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences, the successful services in technology and innovation transfer for Kuwait industry will be renewed with the signing of a new contract between both parties. KFAS supports the national goals envisioned in the Kuwait 2030 Vision and Strategic Plan, in addition to the objectives included in The Five-Year Development Plan of the State of Kuwait.

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The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), and SET Technology GmbH, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany, announced a cooperation to accelerate the commercialization and development if Intellectual Properties (IP, Patents). Dr. Helena S. Wisniewski, Vice Provost of Research and Graduate Studies (VPRGS) at UAA, and Thomas Hermsdorfer, founder and CEO of SET, signed a five-year collaboration contract on December 18, 2017, to help commercialize of UAA’s patents through SET’s network of German research institutions and universities.

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The IDEA BRIDGE Asset Management Inc., a corporation based in Seoul, South Korea and SET Technology GmbH a German based company announced a strategic relationship to accelerate the commercialization and development of Intellectual Properties (IP, Patents) with the goal for an implementation service of Smart City projects. This collaboration operates basically on standardized SET processes for Technology Transfer and Business Qualification. Aim of the collaboration – a MoU was signed by both parties - is to select, screen and validate technologies.

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