This seminar is a joint organization of Leuven.Inc, Leuven Medical Technology Center (L-MTC) and imec, powered by Flanders Smart Hub.
Medical biomonitoring and control systems allow continuous and real time collection of information on the human body. New sensors and sensing systems, in combination with the latest ICT developments, offer a new range of possibilities in patient care and disease management.
These technologies enable a paradigm shift from the current hospital centric care to a patient centric care.
This seminar will highlight trends and evolutions in this field.
Date: Monday, May 30, 2011 (14h00-18h15)
Location: imec, Auditorium, Kapeldreef 75, 3001 Leuven
- 13h30: Registration and coffee
- 14h00: Welcome and introduction
Hugo De Man (Prof. em. K.U.Leuven)
- 14h15: Future needs and trends in biomonitoring and control systems
Jean-Marie Aerts (Prof. K.U.Leuven & M3-Biores)
- 14h45: Patient centric care cycle and supporting technology: business challenges
Claire Medd (Clinical Director, Care Innovations, an Intel-GE company)
- 15h15: Implantable sensors and sensing systems
Bob Puers (Prof. Microelectronics & Sensors, ESAT - MICAS, K.U.Leuven)
- 15h45: Coffee break
- 16h15: Shaping individual centric care with body area networks
Julien Penders (Program Manager at Holst Centre/imec)
- 16h45: A user perspective on biomonitoring and control technology
Carlo de Asmundis (Cardiac Electrophysiology, UZ Brussel
- 17h15: Ambulant decision support systems
Steven Vandeput (Dr.Ir. Research Manager Biomedical Data Processing, IBBT-K.U.Leuven Future Health Department)
- 17h45: Q&A - Conclusions
- 18h15: Drink and networking
Presentations will be in English.