At a Glance


2nd Congress by the SMITH Consortium of the Medical Informatics Initiative | June 28th – 29th 2022, dbb forum berlin

  • Congress


    In a two-day congress, representatives of the SMITH Consortium will discuss the potential benefits and challenges of sustainable networking between research and care together with experts from research, healthcare, medical informatics and science policy.
    Here you can find the agenda.
  • Topic


    The SMITH Consortium is one of four consortia funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the Medical Informatics Initiative. With this congress, SMITH presents the current work results and gives an outlook on the developments on national and European level.
    Further information
  • Registration


    Technical program: 11.00 am – 6.00 pm
    Get-together: starting at 6.00 pm

    Technical program: 9.00 am – 1.30 pm

    Click here to register.
  • Location | Directions

    Location | Directions

    dbb forum berlin
    Friedrichstraße 169
    10117 Berlin

    How to get there: Your way to us
  • Language'


    The congress language is German.
    There will be a number of presentations in English.
  • Event format

    Event format

    The event is scheduled as presence event.
    We will follow the current SARS-CoV-2 infection control regulation.
    We kindly ask you to wear a FFP2 mask in
    the public areas of the location as well as
    during the event.
  • Congress President

    Congress President

    Prof. Dr. André Scherag

    1st Speaker SMITH Consortium
    Director of the Institute for Medical Statistics, Informatics and Data Science (IMSID) University Hospital Jena, Germany
    Further information
  • Organizer


    University Hospital Jena
    Institute for Medical Statistics, Informatics and Data Science (IMSID))

    In cooperation with the SMITH Office of the Leipzig University
  • About the Medical Informatics Initiative

    About the Medical Informatics Initiative

    The German Federal Ministry of Education
    and Research has established the Medical Informatics Initiative to enhance the use of
    data from patient care and research. The funding measure is intended to strengthen medical research and improve patient care.
    Further information