This page contains the scores for the 2023 PhysioNet Challenge.
During the course of the Challenge, teams submitted entries with their approaches, and we trained and evaluated each entry on the Challenge data. The training set was public, and the validation and test sets were hidden.
During the unofficial and official phases of the Challenge, we trained each entry on the training set, and we scored each entry on the validation set. After the official phase, each team selected one entry for evaluation on the test set, and we evaluated these entries on the test set.
Teams that satisfied all of the Challenge rules were eligible for rankings and prizes as official Challenge entries. Teams that did not satisfy one or more of the rules were not eligible for rankings or prizes as unofficial Challenge entries. (Both the official and unofficial entries are from the official phase of the Challenge.)
The officially eligible team with the highest Challenge score at 72 hours after return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) won the 2023 Challenge.
Team summary table: summary of the teams that participated in the 2023 Challenge. This table includes ranking and prize eligibility information.
The Challenge webpage and Challenge description paper describe the Challenge. Please cite the Challenge data paper and the Challenge description paper when describing the Challenge.
Supported by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) under NIH grant number R01EB030362.