Medicine and engineering crossover at this course on artificial intelligence
In the elective subject ELMED219, father and son Lundervold give an introduction to the secret of artificial intelligence and how it can be used in clinical work.
Father and son Lundervold.
Updated: 05.03.2020 (First published: 12.02.2019)
Alexander Selvikvåg Lundervold, associate professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University College of Western Norway and his father Arvid Lundervold, professor at the Department of Biomedicine, created the topic ELMED219 - "Introduction to Computational Medicine and Biomedical Engineering".
The course was held for the first time in January, with 15 students from both engineering and medicine.