The final Programme for Sensors in Medicine 2019 is about to close, but there are still some presentation slots available. Abstracts for oral presentations at Sensors in Medicine 2019 will be accepted up to 28 June. Poster abstracts can be accepted up to 14 August.
Sensors in Medicine 2019 - final call for abstracts
Sensors in Medicine 2019 this year has the theme "The Future of Sensors in Healthcare". The emerging trends which will be discussed at the conference are:
- Wearable sensors
- Point of Care technology
- Sensors for infectious diseases
- Low cost and disposbale sensors
SiM19 bridges the space between academic research, commercialisation and clinical application. Abstracts are accepted for new sensor technology at any stage of development which has a significant impact on healthcare.
Abstracts for oral presentations will be accepted up to 28 June; poster abstracts can be submitted up to 14 August. For more information see Call for Papers.
The opening keynote address will be given by Dr Chris Van Hoof, Vice President R&D at imec. Chris Van Hoof leads imec’s Connected Health Solutions R&D across 3 imec sites (Eindhoven, Leuven and Gent). Imec’s Connected Health Solutions teams provide solutions for chronic-disease patient monitoring and for preventive health through virtual coaching. Chris has taken wearable health from embryonic research to a business line serving international customers. An engaging speaker, Chris presented at the first Sensors in Medicine conference in 2013, and we are honoured to welcome him back. Other Confirmed Speakers are from leading academic, commercial and clinical centres of excellence in senor technology.
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