OS for Medical

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Open Source for Medical
Events
THE Port Online Humanitarian Hackathon 2020
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Medical

Project Team

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Ali Fele Paranj

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Angela Honegger

Angela is a PhD student in “Frugal Innovation”, aiming to find affordable, “good enough”, and sustainable products tailored to the needs of developing markets. In parallel, she works for the NGO Ashoka on a global innovation challenge on packaging solutions. Before that, she has led an organization providing business consulting to sustainable startups. On a voluntary base, she leads the WEF Global Shapers Zurich Hub and the Swiss Chapter of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

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Ayush Parhi

Ayush is an engineering student in India. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. He has a good knowledge of machine learning (especially deep learning) and building scalable AI systems. Along with it, he has experiences in Web development, and Programming. Currently he is working on projects where High Energy physics (HEP) problems can be tackled by Machine learning. Also, He was fortunate to win CERN Webfest this year.

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Bashir Khoshnevis

Bashir was born in Tehran, studied Computer Science at ShahidBeheshti University. He worked as researcher, developer and system analyst at many companies. Since mobile devices have always been one of his interests, he made a community for iPhone developers and users right after unlocking the first iPhone in Iran which is now the biggest in the country. A few years ago Bashir co-funded a company to offer advanced repair services for laptops and cell phones also training coerces in hardware repair and electronic.

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Carmen Sant Fruchtman

Carmen Sant, MSc is a scientific collaborator at the health systems research group. She has a master of International Health from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (SwissTPH), in which she specialized in how to scale up sustainable digital health solutions. Her work within the health systems and research group has led her to conduct research and implementation projects mainly in Tanzania and Ghana. Her expertise includes the application of a health system perspective to different fields from civil registration and vital statistics systems to district health management. She has the expertise and a special interest to integrate a gender lens in all the projects she is involved with, making sure the needs of girls and women are addressed in all studies and projects. This passion also led her to co-found the Diversity & Inclusion network at SwissTPH.

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Karolos Potamianos

Karolos is physicist working on the ATLAS Experiment at CERN. He studied engineering and business administration at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and physics at Purdue University, earning his PhD searching for the Higgs boson using machine learning, before joining the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and DESY (Hamburg). He currently is an Ernest Rutherford Fellow at the University of Oxford. Karolos is an expert in large-scale data analysis, silicon pixel detectors, data acquisition and pattern recognition.

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Sara Zahedinezhad

Sara is a Civil and Environmental engineer, who holds a master’s degree in Water, Environment and Coastal Engineering from the Leibniz University of Hannover and is currently working as a project engineer in Munich; she also has a background in music, arts, and literature. Growing up in Tehran, an overpopulated city with a soaring crisis of extreme pollution made her aware and vigilant of the impact of anthropogenic activities. So realizing her lifelong dream, she has launched a mission of finding innovative approaches to mitigate environmental problems.

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Sina Khezri

Sina is a M.D. student from Iran. He has a passion for technology and medicine. His favorite area of research is in applications of AI in medicine and has been conducting multidisciplinary research for the past year in field of neuroscience and cardiology. His goal is to push medicine towards a more productive and affordable future by using new technologies. He was fortunate to work alongside talented individuals and win CERN 2020 webfest Hackathon. He hopes to create his own company and move towards his goals. He finds Hackathons to be an exciting place to connect to others and put his ideas to test and challenge himself.

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Uday Ghosh

Uday is a Physics Graduate Student at The University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India. He is a space enthusiast with like to work with data and learn about the distinct object. He is also interested in Quantum Computation and Machine Learning. He likes to read books and listen to music. He loves to meet new people and work on a project which benefits ‘Human Welfare’ because when people with different backgrounds come together, simple and most innovative solutions originate.