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2015 EMBS Summer Schools
EMBS organizes and hosts Summer Schools on a range of topics. Each summer school typically lasts for one week, bringing together undergraduate students, postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and attendees from industry and academia. Scholarships are often available for students wishing to attend.
Need a workshop? See what EMBS and Intelligent Health have to offer!
Wearable Devices and Sensor Informatics for Personalized Healthcare; sponsored by the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Presented by Guang-Zhong Yang, PhD, FREng, FIEEE
The purpose of this session is to discuss
(i) the latest progresses in wearable devices
(ii) the challenges in data quality and opportunities in predictive data analytics for health decision making
(iii) the integration of devices and analytics for outcome-driven personalized healthcare; and
(iv) the education and training of sensor informatics and big data for all stakeholders.
The Intelligent Health Association in cooperation with IEEE, Frost & Sullivan and Argus Insights are presenting workshops focused on how disruptive technologies are enabling the healthcare revolution and how these diverse technologies are enabling the "Internet of Things in Healthcare"
Wearables, Sensors and Augmented Reality
Internet of Things in Healthcare
Essentials of Auto-ID, RFID, RTLS and Wireless Technologies in Healthcare
Continuum of Health from Hospital to iHOME
CIMIT Announces 2015 Student Technology Prize
The 5th Annual Student Technology Prize in Primary Healthcare is a $400,000 competition for engineering student to help advance their promising clinically-relevant, primary care innovations.
Announcing a new standard for evaluating wearable, cuffless blood pressure devices
IEEE 1708™ proposes guidelines for emergent technology that is designed to enable innovative services such as beat-to-beat monitoring of blood pressure