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  Invited Lecturers / Keynote Speakers
  • Research interest:
    Medical instrumentation and sensors, biopotential amplifiers and interference, bioelectrodes, radio-frequency and microwave hepatic ablation, hot flash monitors, electromuscular incapacitating devices.
  • Research interest:
    Dr. Paradiso has a remarkably diverse background, ranging from high-energy physics detectors and spacecraft control systems to electronic musical instruments. He now explores the development and application of new sensor architectures and extremely dense sensor/processor networks for human-computer interfaces and intelligent spaces. An expert on sensing technology, Paradiso has developed a wide variety of systems that track human activity using electric field sensing, microwaves, laser ranging, passive and active sonar, piezoelectrics, and resonant electromagnetic tags.
  • Dr. Andreas Lymberis
  • European Commission, Information Society & Media Directorate-General, Belgium
  • Research interest:
    Dr. Andreas Lymberis has been appointed as Scientific Officer in the European Commission since 1999. Currently he is involved in R&D strategy and management under "Micro & Nano Systems" sector, in particular in the areas of "smart textile" and "micro-nano-bio systems".
  • Research interest:
    Wireless sensor networks for medical applications; protocol design, programming languages, and operating systems for embedded, low-power wireless sensors.
  • Research interest:
    Physics of organic and polymeric materials, design of sensors and actuators for bioengineering and robotics.
  • Research interest:
    Robotics; Design; Dynamic Systems and Control; Manufacturing.
  • Research interest:
    Computational sensing and user interface systems for preventive medicine, persuasive user interfaces for motivating behavior change, experimental ubiquitous computing, artificial intelligence.
  • Research interest:
    Nonlinear dynamics, complex signals research.
  • Research interest:
    Wearable and ubiquitous systems, m-Health, biomedical signal processing, wireless sensor networks, and deeply embedded systems.
  • Research interest:
    Medical instrumentation and transducers, rehabilitation engineering, assistive technology, home health care devices.
  • Research interest:
    Rehabilitation engineering, electromyography, and biomechanics of movement.
  • Research interest:
    His research is at the interface between information technology and clinical medicine/public health and is focused on design and evaluation of totally automated systems that deliver health and human services, helping health professionals, patients and consumers.
  • Research interest:
    Regulatory science; Device electromagnetic compatibility
  • Research interest:
    Wearable medical devices and biosensors for mobile health, biological signal processing and modelling, telemedicine, and neural engineering.
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