The iHomeLab of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is the Swiss research centre for building intelligence and has gained extensive experience with the funding programmes of Innosuisse (formerly CTI), Horizon2020 (formerly FP7), various foundations or the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) as an innovation enabler.
With almost 100 funded research projects totalling around CHF 35 million, the iHomeLab has extensive experience in carrying out research projects since 1997.
The iHomeLab's competencies as a partner for the Horizon HLTH Calls
The iHomeLab is the ideal partner if it can contribute its expertise in the field of applied research on Active Assisted Living (AAL) and socio-technical systems.
- Modelling of Human-Machine Interactions (HSI)
- Model Based Engiennering for socio-technical systems
- Technology acceptance
- ML/AI for socio-technical systems or in data processing
- Field Tests/ Qualitative Research Methods
- Agent-based simulations & synthetic data for ML/AI
- Full Stack IoT development
- Generative Design for Virtual Reality
- Technology Acceptance
- Telemetry for Technology Acceptance Evaluation
The iHomeLab has been conducting research on the above-mentioned topics since 1997 and is able to contribute to the following Horizon Europe CLUSTER Health calls as an innovative and agile research partner:
Destination 1. Staying healthy in a rapidly changing society
HORIZON-HLTH-2023-STAYHLTH-01-01: The Silver Deal - Person-centred health and care in European regions.
We are able to contribute solutions and expertise from our long experience with EU-AAL Community projects.
Destination 2. Living and working in a health-promoting environment
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-ENVHLTH-02-02: Evidence-based interventions for promotion of mental and physical health in changing working environments (post-pandemic workplaces).
Destination 3. Tackling diseases and reducing disease burden
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-DISEASE-03-01: Novel approaches for palliative and end-of-life care for non-cancer patients.
Thanks to the completion of a European research project dealing with AAL solutions for the end of life, we are well connected with the actors in this field (user organisations, care organisations and providers of technical solutions).
Destination 4. Ensuring access to innovative, sustainable and high-quality health care
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-CARE-04-02: Resilience and mental wellbeing of the health and care workforce.
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-CARE-04-03: Environmentally sustainable and climate neutral health and care systems.
Destination 5. Unlocking the full potential of new tools, technologies and digital solutions for a healthy society
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-TOOL-05-03: Integrated, multi-scale computational models of patient patho-physiology (‘virtual twins’) for personalised disease management.
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-TOOL-05-04: Better integration and use of health-related real-world and research data, including genomics, for improved clinical outcomes.
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-TOOL-05-05: Harnessing the potential of real-time data analysis and secure Point-of-Care computing for the benefit of person-centred health and care delivery.
Destination 6. Maintaining an innovative, sustainable and globally competitive health industry
HORIZON-HLTH-2023-IND-06-01: Supporting the uptake of innovative Health Technology Assessment (HTA) methodology and advancing HTA expertise across EU.
- HORIZON-HLTH-2023-IND-06-07: Development and harmonisation of methodologies for assessing digital health technologies in Europe.
Get in Touch
Contact iHomeLab directly at email@example.com or +41 41 349 35 99 or at the CLUSTER Health - Horizon Europe Brokerage Event 2023.