The BIODEVICES conference delivered the Best Student Paper Award to Arthur Gatouillat for this work on “integrating IoT characteristics to biomedical wearable devices.”
Arthur Gatouillat, a PhD student of the SOC team advised by Dr. Youakim Badr and Dr. Bertrand Massot (INL) was awarded the Best Student Paper Award by the BIODEVICES (acceptance rate 20%) conference held from January 19th to 21st in Funchal, Portugal.
This work is a result of a collaboration between the LIRIS laboratory, the INL laboratory and University of Pittsburgh (USA) and aims at better designed biomedical sensors to facilitate their integration into wide scale IoT-based healthcare smart services in the context of personalized medicine.
The paper reference is:
A. Gatouillat, B. Massot, Y. Badr, E. Sejdić, and C. Gehin, “Building IoT-Enabled Wearable Medical Devices: An Application to a Wearable, Multiparametric, Cardiorespiratory Sensor,” in Proceedings of the 11th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies, Funchal, Portugal, 2018, pp. 109–118. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01677241v1