Master in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM)

Master in Artificial Medicine

The master’s program aims to give graduates a solid understanding of the principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning, so that they can apply this knowledge to design, develop and evaluate intelligent systems across the medical and clinical lifecycle. The program will train the next generation of the AI work force, and enable them to drive entrepreneurial, technical and practical innovation for tomorrow’s healthcare.

The master’s program in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (MSc AIM) is designed for graduated students with a degree in engineering, informatics, mathematics or physics.

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Students at CAIM Research Symposium

Some of our students followed the invitation to this year’s research symposium at 24 November 2022 which featured updates on the CAIM funded projects and offered an overview over the most important developments during the academic year. In addition, invited keynotes were given by AI experts from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the ETH Zurich. What a networking opportunity for the master’s students!


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