Lunch Lecture

Human language technologies in health

29-feb-2024 | EEMCS Lecture Hall Boole

Health Month EEMCS Lunch Lecture Series

During the February Health Month within TU Delft several EEMCS researchers will give lunch lectures on the health research we do within the faculty, and will showcase their incredible work within patient-oriented technological healthcare.

Are you a MSc or PhD student, or a researcher, and interested in making an impact on healthcare with your work? Join one or more of these interesting lectures to discover how we work to tackle a variety of challenges in the domain of health and wellbeing.


Abstract Lecture on Human language technologies in health by Dr. Jie Yang

Human language technology (HLT), studies methods of how computer programs or electronic devices can analyze, produce, modify or respond to human texts and speech. Examples of language processing are smart assistants, language translation and data analysis. Join this interesting lecture to discover how human language technologies can help physicians and patients in the process of lung cancer.


Date: 29-2-2024 from 12:45 – 13:40

Name event: Lunch Lecture Series EEMCS: Lecture on Human Language Technologies in Health

For: Students and employees of TU Delft

Speaker: Dr. Jie Yang

Location: EEMCS-Lecture Hall Boole


Free lunch included