1st International Virtual Minisymposium on Open-Source Diabetes Simulation
Wednesday, 14th December 2022, 16:00 UTC
In recent years, several open source projects have been published as part of research projects or driven by private initiatives.
It is part of our mission to help ensure that available technology reaches and serves people with diabetes.
By connecting the different stakeholders and creating a community, we want to leverage synergies and help to ensure that the numerous existing ideas are implemented as quickly and effectively as possible and contribute to medical care or scientific progress.
16:10 Short presentations of existing open-source initiatives
|Presenter||Project title / description||Repository URL|
|Ali Cinar (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA)||mGIPsim – A Multivariable simulator of glucose-insulin-physiological variables for people with Type 1 diabetes in Matlab||upon request|
|Husam Ghazaleh (Quincy University, USA)||CarbMetSim, a discrete event simulator||https://github.com/UVA-DSA/ContextSafetyMonitorAPS|
|Xugui Zhou (University of Virginia, USA)||An Open-Source Closed-Loop Testbed for Resilience Design and Assessment of Artificial Pancreas Systems||https://github.com/UVA-DSA/ContextSafetyMonitorAPS|
|Julia Deichmann (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)||Exercise and T1D: Modeling, simulation and evaluation of treatment strategies||https://gitlab.com/csb.ethz/t1d-exercise-adjustment|
|Lorenzo Sandini (Lappeenranta Central Hospital, Finland)||CGMSIM, a real-time T1D simulation for teaching/training purposes||https://lsandini.github.io/cgmsim-site/|
|Heiko Peuscher (Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany)||LT1 – A modular framework for in-browser AID simulation||https://github.com/hpeuscher/loopinsight1|
|Mohamad Al Ahdab (Aalborg University, Denmark)||A type 2 diabetes simulator with web based GUI||https://gitlab.com/aau-adapt-t2d/aau-t2d-simulator|
18:00 Plenary discussion
- Future collaboration: follow-up event, foundation of a network (formal organization, communication medium / platform, …)
- Open source – a new code of conduct for research including numerical simulation?
- Best practice (disclaimers and other legal affairs, funding, …)
19:00 Virtual get-together on Gather Town
Registration is free and open until December 4th 2022.