BIODEVICES 2018 Best Student Award

The BIODEVICES conference delivered the Best Student Paper Award to Arthur Gatouillat for this work on “integrating IoT characteristics to biomedical wearable devices.”

BIODEVICES 2018 Best Student Award

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.

Best Student Award - conference BIODEVICES 2018

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