Boston, USA, October 21-22, 2019 GenoPri 2019 was co-located with the GA4GH 7th Plenary Meeting, taking place at Hynes Convention Center, Boston, USA, on October 21-23, 2019.You can find information about the plenary event, accommodation options,...
Indianapolis, October 26, 2019 The growth of genome data and computational requirements overwhelm the capacity of servers. Many institutions and the NIH are considering cloud computing services as a cost-effective alternative to scale up research. Privacy and security...
The i2b2 tranSMART Foundation is a member-driven non-profit foundation developing an open-source / open-data community around the i2b2, tranSMART and OpenBEL translational research platforms. We presented MedCo, the system proposed by DPPH to enable privacy-preserving data discovery and feasibility studies in clinical research network through the integration of homomorphic encryption within the i2b2 framework.
The IC Research Day was a 1-day event, organized by the School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC), where world-leading experts presented and discussed their work towards achieving ‘digital trust’. EPFL researchers showcased ongoing research projects and engaged with the audience.
BC420, EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), Lausanne, Switzerland, June 18-19, 2019
The Summer Research Institute (SuRI) is an annual event that takes place at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). This edition of the workshop featured research talks by renowned researchers from academia and industry on a variety of topics in security and privacy, such as smart-contract security, privacy challenges in the Internet, and secure communication protocols.
The AMIA Informatics Summit is one of the most prestigious conference in the medical informatics sector. We presented MedChain, the blockchain-based solution proposed by DPPH for the management of identities and access control rights in a clinical research networks that aim at providing strong guarantees in terms of auditability and accountability of the actions performed in the network.