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“Pharmacy and AI Integration in Advancing Digital Health” summer school is a dynamic and forward-thinking educational initiative designed to empower the next generation of healthcare innovators. Over the course of one intensive week, participants will embark on a transformative journey at the intersection of pharmacy, artificial intelligence, and digital health. This program aims to equip young scientists and healthcare professionals with the knowledge, skills, and collaborative mindset needed to drive positive change in healthcare through interregional collaboration, resulting in innovative technology solutions.

Special emphasis is placed on fostering dynamic interactions through discussions with esteemed experts in the field, providing participants with invaluable insights and firsthand experiences. The program is designed to encourage direct consultations, allowing attendees to delve deeper into specific topics, seek personalized guidance, and cultivate a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies within the intersection of pharmacy, artificial intelligence, and digital health. This interactive approach not only promotes collaborative learning but also creates a supportive environment for participants to address individual queries, refine their perspectives, and gain practical knowledge from leaders in the respective domains.

Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold
HTWG Konstanz

Prof. Dr. Almir Badnjevic
University of Sarajevo

Summer School

The Summer School offers four theme days: Young Researchers, Digital Health, AI and Pharmacy, and Sustainability and Ethics.

The following sessions are planned:

  • Introduction to Pharmacy and AI integration
  • Collaboration in academia and fostering professional growth
  • Network of Young Researchers in Pharmacy and Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Health Technologies
  • Interaction Between Health Practitioners and Patients in the Digital Health Context
  • Foundations of Artificial Intelligence in Pharmacy
  • AI Applications in Healthcare and Pharmacy
  • Revolutionizing Pharmaceutical Practices: The Integration of AI
  • Sustainability and Ethics workshop
  • PhD Panel, Poster sessions and Students’ challenge.

Objectives and goals

  • Cultivating interdisciplinary skills and research
  • Promoting regional collaboration
  • Integrating sustainability principles
  • Supporting user-centered design of pharmaceutical services
  • Facilitating Knowledge Exchange and Cultivating Research Excellence


The participation is not limited to the region but is open to all interested participants. According to the limitation of available installations, a registration ID is required. In addition, a limited amount of DAAD Summer School Scholarships are available. The Summer School is supported by HTWG Konstanz and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with grant no. 57711028 and the University of Sarajevo.


It is planned to organize a Summer School at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sarajevo.


The registration is closed.

Summer School Committee

General Chairs and Organizers

Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold
Prof. Dr. Almir Badnjevic

Activities and Local Arrangement Committee

Dr. Maksym Gaiduk, Ubiquitous Computing Lab, HTWG Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
Daniel Velez, Ubiquitous Computing Lab, HTWG Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany

Members of the Faculty

Albania: Prof. Dr. E. Zanaj, Faculty of Information Technology, Polytechnic University of Tirana; Arian Boci, Ph.D., MSc. MPH, Director of Institute for Health, Social Policy and Research Development (IHSPRD)
Bosnia und Herzegovina: Prof. Dr. A. Badnjevic, Faculty of Pharmacy Sarajevo, U Sarajevo, and International Burch U Sarajevo (IHSPRD), Prof. Dr. T Bego, Faculty of Pharmacy Sarajevo, U Sarajevo, Prof. Dr. L Gurbeta Pokvić, Verlab Institute
Bulgaria: Prof. Dr. P. Mihova, Department of Health Care and Social Work, New Bulgarian University
Greece: Prof. Dr. P. Bamidis, Faculty of Health Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Dr. G. E. Dafoulas, Faculty of Medicine, University of Thessaly; Prof. Dr. E. Protopapadakis, Department of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Montenegro: Prof. Dr. R. Stojanovic, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University Montenegro
Republic of North Macedonia: Prof. Ph.D. I. Chorbev, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje
Romania: Prof. Dr. M. Focsa, Dpt. Medical Informatics and Biostatistics, Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara
Serbia: Prof. Dr. G. Devedzic, Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac
Germany: Prof. Dr. N. Martinez Madrid, Reutlingen University; Prof. Dr. R. Seepold, HTWG