About the Project
Although there is a vast amount of health-related information, particularly as user-generated content, it is often hard to find reliable information. This PhD project envisages the development of an ambitious personalised content exploration engine that will be able to provide an innovative and engaging experience for patients. The project candidate will explore the use of Semantic Web/Linked Data, mHealth , and User Generated Content (UGC) research.
The candidate will join a diverse group of researchers engaged in Semantic Web, Digital Health, and Internet of Things (IoT) research streams. The group members already work on world-leading research in this area in the context of funded projects (https://northsearegion.eu/score/)
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