Supriyo Chatterjea
Coordinator, BigMedilytics Senior ScientistData Science Department, Philips at BigMedilytics

Dr Supriyo Chatterjea is the coordinator of the BigMedilytics Healthcare Lighthouse project and a Senior Scientist at the Data Science Department at Philips. He joined Philips in 2008 and originally led multiple projects on communication technologies for large-scale, self-organizing IoT networks for smart city applications. He subsequently moved to the Data Science department within Philips where he was involved in using machine learning algorithms for a diverse set of applications ranging from gathering insights from data generated by large-scale IoT networks to the identification of disease biomarkers. He currently drives multiple initiatives where machine learning algorithms are used to optimize workflows in hospitals, using a combination of real-time locating systems, hospital IT systems and other internet-of-medical-things (IoMT), to ensure hospitals achieve the Quadruple Aim by improving Patient Experience, Population Health, Cost of Care and Provider Well-Being simultaneously. Prior to joining Philips, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Twente focusing on designing communication protocols for wireless industrial monitoring and control and zero-energy buildings. He received his PhD and MSc in Computer Science from the University of Twente and King’s College London respectively.



Realizing the potential of Data and AI in Healthcare
Thursday Dec 2, 2021  14:30-16:00
Healthcare (Parallel Session 2.4)
Monday Nov 12, 2018  15:00-16:30
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