Biohacker Teemu Arina as Key Note Speaker in My Data - My Work Seminar

Event Location: Laurea Tikkurila campus, Auditorium Minna Canth, Ratatie 22 01300 Vantaa
Registration for event: Register here until 5. of November
Subject: Projects

DeDiWe project proudly presents in this exciting seminar results of the project as well as key note speaker Teemu Arina!

Teemu Arina has a professional career of 18+ years as a technology entrepreneur and he is one of the forefront thinkers on the intersection of the man and the machine covering topics such as quantified self, biohacking, internet of things, wearable computing, technology enhanced learning and digital health. He is also one of the authors of the best-selling Biohacker’s Handbook – a knowledge book for optimizing health and wellbeing with technological and biological tools.


11.30 - Poster Bazar, Companies & Networking with Sandwich Services. Meet Pepper the Robot and have conversation with it!

12.00 - Welcome to the Seminar – Jonas Tana, Chairman of the seminar, Arcada

12.15 - Digitalization in Social and Health Care Reform - Petri Tani, Director (Health & Social Services and Regional Government Reform), Laurea

12.30 - Quantified Self and Measured Me: How Data Changes the Future of Health - Teemu Arina, Technology Visionary, Author & Biohacker

13.15 - Discussion - Jonas Tana, Arcada and Outi Ahonen, Laurea

13.30 - Case: Experiences of Co-opereation Between Education and Health Care in DeDiWe Project - Dita Heiberga, Chief specialist at Department of disaster medicine preparedness planning and coordination, State Emergency Medical Service of Latvia

13.50 - Competences of the Developer of Digital Health and Welfare Services – Results of the Project DeDiWe - Outi Ahonen, Project manager, Laurea

14.20 - Coffee

14.50 - How to Study Developing eHealth Services with the Slack Environment - Kaius Karlsson, Student, Laurea

15.10 - Case – Rehabilitation. Virtual Hospital – Sari Rimmistö, Project Coordinator.

15.30 - 15.45 - Conclusions - Jonas Tana, Arcada and Outi Ahonen, Laurea

The seminar is free of charge and open for everyone.
Registration to the seminar by November 5th here »

The seminar is arranged by project DeDiWe -The Developer of
Digital Health and Welfare Services, which gets funding from
the Central Baltic Program. Read more here »