Edik Rafailov, Aston University, UK
It is a clear tendency in modern world of a gradual transition of optical and electrical measurements from table-top devices equipped with fibre probes or imagers towards fibre-free, extremely compact devices with built-in, energy-efficient sources and detectors. Continuous monitoring of human health and activity using wireless wearable devices will be a key technology in the ubiquitous sensor network society for years to come. Recent advances in the development of the latest-generation of wearable devices based on ultra-compact optoelectronics devices have opened a new perspective for the implementation of compact health monitoring sensor systems for personalised medicine.
Maroun Farah, Sensomedical Ltd., Israel
Wearable Biochip Devices for Drug Discovery
John Rogers, Northwestern State University, USA
Epidermal Electronic Systems for Clinical Grade Health Monitoring
Sergei Sokolovski, Aston University, UK
Novel Wearable Laser Doppler Flowmetry Based Sensor for Health Monitoring