Dassault Systèmes’ “Science Week” to Explore AI, Simulation and Research Breakthroughs with Virtual Twins

Dassault Systèmes will host “Science Week” June 6-8, 2023 at the Revere Hotel Boston Common in Boston, gathering more than 300 members of the global scientific community to explore how science and virtual twin experiences are catalyzing a more sustainable society.  

Experts from Abbott, Biogen, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins University, Long Island University, Medtronic, MIT, Moderna and more, will join Dassault Systèmes at two signature events to address the latest breakthroughs, advances and challenges in areas that are top-of-mind in the scientific world – from identifying new therapies for more precise patient care to creating resilient food systems.

Science in the Age of Experience” on June 6-7 will delve into the impacts of virtual platforms on innovations that can improve health, reinvent industry and preserve the planet.  Following opening remarks from Bernard Charlès, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Systèmes, thought leaders from industry and academia will discuss topics including:  “Cancer Research: Hitting a Brick Wall,” “Leveraging Innovation & Technology in the mRNAge,”  “Transforming Therapeutic Innovation: Harnessing AI-Powered Analytics from Unprecedented 3D Live Cell Data,” “Persuasive Cities,” and “Creating Resilient Future Food System through Zero-waste Food Processing: The Role of Food Tech Innovations.”

The ninth annual “Virtual Human Twin Experience Symposium” on June 7-8 will bring leaders from clinical practice, medical device and pharmaceutical industries together with government regulators and academia to share the latest advances in simulating the human body and accelerating the development of preventative, precision and personalized health.  Highlights include panels on “The Implications of AI on Modeling and Simulations for Healthcare,” “Virtual Patients for Regulatory Applications,” and “The Role of the Virtual Twin in Patient Care,” in addition to expert talks on “Building a Living Eye Virtual Twin to Empower Cures for Blindness,” “Virtual Twin of the Kidney: Challenges and Opportunities,” “Improving Mitral Valve Translocation using the Living Heart Model” and more.

For the full agendas and lists of speakers, visit: https://myevents.3ds.com/science-week-2023