Closing Conference: THE OPEN PROJECT

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Closing Conference: THE OPEN PROJECT

The OPEN project is coming to an end. Join us to celebrate over 3 years of research on open-source AID systems and explore what lies ahead!

When and where

Date and time

Location

Charité Campus Virchow Klinikum, Lecture Hall 6 / Hörsaal 6 Mittelallee 10 13353 Berlin Germany

Map and directions

How to get there

About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Celebrate with us!

The closing conference of the OPEN project will showcase over 3 years of research on open-source Automated Insulin Delivery systems as well as explore what open-source innovation could mean for the future of diabetes care and healthcare more generally.

We will look at the experienced-based outcomes of open-source AID users across the globe, what's next for open-source OS AID systems, as well as other innovations on the horizon such as low-cost, open source 3D printed insulin pumps.

Speakers

We are excited to hear from amazing researchers such as:

  • Katarina Braune
  • Sufyan Hussain
  • Tadej Battelino
  • Bryan Cleal
  • Henriette Langstrup
  • Shane O'Donnell
  • Martin DeBock

The Programme

We will start the day with a networking breakfast from 9am before we commence with presentations at 10am with plenty of time for Question and Answers!

The OPEN team is looking forward to welcoming you!

If you are not able to attend in-person, we will stream the event via MS teams.

COVID Protocol of the Charité campus:

Every visitor of the Charité campus needs a same-day rapid antigen test from a certified test center. Test centers can be found here: https://www.direkttesten.berlin/

Medical masks are also enforced everywhere inside.