The FH JOANNEUM team Hannes Hilberger, Sten Hanke and Markus Bödenler, collaborated to produce the article “Federated Learning with Dynamic Model Exchange” published by MDPI on “Electronics”  , an international journal on the science of electronics and its applications.

The full article explains how Federated Learning will be used in the Horizon 2020 project LETHE. 

A dynamic approach for FL is presented in which the model is defined by a data scientist and then distributed to the clients. Security measures must be defined before and after the training to prevent data leaks. However, it could support researchers in particular in training models on real data, since the demanding regulations for data acquisition could be reduced, as these still lie with the data owners. On the other hand, clinical institutions could be supported in clinical trials without disclosing the data.



The LETHE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 101017405.

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