Friday, June 24, 2016

11th International Symposium on Medical Information and Communication Technology - ISMICT 2017


ISMICT 2017 aims to establish a forum to present new research and development results, exchange ideas, discuss practices and share experiences among Technology and Medicine sides including healthcare, wellness, clinical therapy, and surgery as well as ICT, mechanical, and biomedical engineering. Moreover, activities of standard, regulation, and business for medical ICT devices, systems and services will be promoted by national, European and global government and industry.


Some of the symposium topics:
  • CPS for medical applications
  • BAN technology (PHY, MAC, protocols)
  • Antennas and radio propagation for wireless BAN
  • Medical BAN applications and services
  • Wearable and implantable devices
  • E-Health systems and electronic medical records
  • Hospital data networks and wireless hospital
  • Privacy and Security issues
  • Pervasive health care and patient monitoring
  • Human body communication

ISMICT 2017 will be held in Instituto Superior T├ęcnico, Lisbon, Portugal, from 6th to 8th February 2017.


Wednesday, June 15, 2016

6th International BCI Meeting in Asilomar, 2016 - Poster Presentations


POSTER PRESENTATIONS


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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

6th International BCI Meeting in Asilomar, 2016 - Oral Presentations

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ORAL PRESENTATIONS


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Monday, June 13, 2016

3D Hologram to Walk through the Brain

Taking a walk inside your brain sounds like science fiction, but this hologram takes us a step closer, according to the researchers who created it. The team at 3D developers Holoxica in Scotland claim this is the first ever 3D digital hologram of the human brain fibre connections.


Developers say a hologram of a healthy brain was made via a technique called “Fibre Tractography”. The technique tracks nerve fibre pathways inside the brain by measuring the movement of water molecules in the brain’s white matter.

More information press here.