IceLab Events

AI Hackathon at Granö 2021

November 30, 2021 @ 10:00 - December 2, 2021 @ 13:00

Take the opportunity to elaborate on your multidisciplinary research idea in a creative setting – apply no later than November 12 IceLab and the Medical Faculty invite you to take the spark of a collaborative research idea and turn it into a concrete research proposal in a stimulating setting. The [...]

AI Hackathon Pitch Event

October 12, 2021 @ 14:00 - 16:00

WELCOME TO AI HACKATHON Take the first step towards turning the hype of machine learning-powered precision medicine into actual science. Join the AI Hackathon Pitch Event, held by IceLab and the Medical Faculty, October 12th from 14-16. Life-science and AI researchers will pitch real problems, high-quality data, needs, skills and [...]

Icelab Camp 2021

September 27, 2021 @ 09:00 - September 30, 2021 @ 17:00

Be prepared for the grand challenges of the future Many grand research challenges of the future exist in the unexplored terrain between traditional disciplines. IceLab Camp will help you prepare for the multidisciplinary endeavour. Do you think your experimental research would benefit from causal understanding through mathematical modelling? Would your [...]

We invite you to an open pitch session on Zoom on April 20th, one month before the submission deadline for the IceLab multidisciplinary project proposals. We will present IceLab and this multidisciplinary project call and offer researchers a chance to look for application partners. Anyone may choose to apply without attending this session or pitching. This pitch session is meant primarily for researchers who [...]

Solving the Soccer Problem

October 23, 2020 @ 11:00 - 12:00

Niclas Kaiser, clinical psychologist and associate professor in psychology at Umeå University, department of Psychology, presents an open problem: The Soccer Game Metaphor, where two systems become one. Imagine a game of soccer, with eleven players in each team.  Each player shares traits with others, but with different functions and [...]

Abstract: Northern lakes are important sources of radiatively active trace gases carbon dioxide and methane to the atmosphere. Emissions are expected to increase as the climate continues to warm, but temperature-dependent processes that partially govern the flux remain poorly understood. This talk focuses on three small, post-glacial lakes situated within [...]