More about the Project


i-PROGNOSIS is a multiscope project that its main objectives revolve around the development of new detection methods and interventions for Parkinson's, but, also, expand to the societal level. (more…)


From smartphones and fitness bands to smart connected everyday objects (Internet of Things) and serious games, i-PROGNOSIS will employ the latest technology to design its detection tests and interventions. (more…)

Data Privacy

i-PROGNOSIS will give special care to data privacy and security aspects, taking into consideration the latest EU regulations and national ethics committees. (more…)

11 Partners from 6 EU countries

Latest News

“Science instead of pillow fights”: i-Prognosis at the Dresden Science Night

On June 14 in 2019 i-Prognosis was part of the Dresden Science Night „Science instead of pillow fights!” from 6pm to 1am. At this night the university, non-university-institutes and research-related companies […]

Early Parkinson detection: i-Prognosis presented at Graz2019

Our i-Prognosis partner, Dr. Simone Mayer, participated at this year’s Parkins(on)line meeting in Graz, Austria, with a presentation on i-Prognosis and early Parkinson’s detection. Parkins(on)line organised the three day meeting […]

Novel technologies improving quality of life: i-PROGNOSIS at the AGENT workshop

The AGENT workshop (MultimodAl siGnal sensing and analysis for assistive EnviroNments for improving qualiTy-of-life) was organized by our i-Prognosis partners from CERTH and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in cooperation […]