Honorable position to DIKU's Katarzyna Wac
The Research Scholars for TEDMED 2015 have been announced. Katarzyna Wac, associate professor in the research group Human Centered Computing (HCC) at DIKU, will be a part of the significant group of people who together with the Editorial Advisory Board contribute to the editorial process.
The TEDMED Research Scholars consists of a group of selected experts from across the biomedical spectrum, both faculty, post docs, graduate students, medical students, public health professionals, and science journalists. They will assists with reviewing and researching the deep science behind potential topics, themes and speakers that should be considered for TEDMED 2015 which will be taking place November 18-20, 2015.
About Katarzyna Wac
Katarzyna Wac leads the Quality of Life Technologies research area in the DIKU's Human-Centered Computing (HCC) section. Her research interests include Quality of Experience-aware mobile systems and services with special emphasis on support of adaptive multimedia protocols and Quality of Service mechanisms, especially in the mobile healthcare (i.e., mHealth) domain. She strives towards effective and efficient pervasive mobile computing and communication systems and services - meeting the end-user Quality of Service requirements and Quality of Experience expectations.
TEDMED is a global community with the purpose to reframe the way we think and inspire new possibilities in the field of health and medicine.
The community is best known for the annual event that brings the world together with a focus on new and important issues in the field of health and medicine. In 2014, the audience for the two and a half day gathering spanned more than 140 countries and 200.000 participants.
A part of the TED community
TEDMED is the health and medicine edition of the TED conference which is arranged twice a year by the global TED community. The TED community is devoted to spreading ideas through short and powerful talks, and it's known for its TED Talks which covers almost all topics.