Acknowledgements in-development

For the next HeartAI release version, v1.0.0, relationships with contributors and collaborators will be formalised and published. The HeartAI team are thankful and grateful for these relationships.

HeartAI team members

  • Lukah Dykes, Managing Director
  • Adam Phillips, Solution Architect
  • Lukasz Wiklendt, Senior Data Scientist
  • Jake White, Systems Developer

Many friends and colleagues have supported the development of HeartAI.

We are thankful for the support from:

  • SA Health
  • Southern Adelaide Local Health Network
  • Central Adelaide Local Health Network
  • Northern Adelaide Local Health Network
  • Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health
  • Office for the Chief Medical Information Officer
  • Digital Health SA
  • Health Translation SA
  • South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute
  • Flinders University
  • The University of Adelaide
  • University of South Australia
  • Australian Institute for Machine Learning
  • Flinders Cardiac Surgery Research
  • Microsoft
  • Red Hat
  • Altera Digital Health

The HeartAI team is thankful for the guidance from:

  • Adam Phillips
  • James Malycha
  • Paul Lambert

The following HeartAI alumni are recognised for their efforts and achievements:

  • Martijn Hofstra
  • Pim Kouwenhoven

The HARC Data Fellows, SAHMRI 2020

Left to right: Dr Owen Churches, Dr Lan Kelly, Dr Greer Humphrey, Mr Lukah Dykes


Connected Health Cities, Manchester 2019

Left to right: Ms Amanda Lamb, Mr Lukah Dykes, Mr Matthew Horsfall, Ms Ruth Norris


European Society of Cardiology Congress 2019, Paris 2019

Left to right: Mr Lukah Dykes, Dr Erin Morton, Ms Kristina Lambrakis, Mr Matthew Horsfall


The Three Amigos, 2022

Left to right: Mr Lukah Dykes, Mr Adam Phillips, Dr James Malycha


Think Human, 2022

Left to right: Mr Adam Phillips, Mr Lukah Dykes, Dr Paul Lambert