Meet the WideHealth team: FBK

Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) is a research Center based in the North of Italy, Trento. In the WideHealth project, FBK is leader of WP3 for the Research Management and Training of Early-Stage Researchers and is supporting the coordinator UKIM with hands-on training for the coordinating activities. Fondazione Bruno Kessler conducts research and application work in …

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Meet the WideHealth team: UKIM

The Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje (UKIM) is the Coordinator and a widening partner in the WideHealth project. UKIM is the first and largest state University in N. Macedonia, founded in 1949 and encompassing 23 faculties, 5 research institutes and 4 public scientific institutions. It has over 60.000 enrolled students in the first …

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6th WideHealth Seminar: Diogo Branco, “DataPark: Reflections from a Longitudinal Deployment of a Digital Platform for PD Monitoring”

October 19th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Registration link: https://bit.ly/3mGiIx0 Registration is free (zoom link shared before the session to those who register) Date: October 19th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Diogo Branco Title: DataPark: Reflections from a Longitudinal Deployment of a Digital Platform for PD Monitoring Abstract: Designing tools that are meaningful for healthcare environments can be difficult. …

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ETAI’21: Special Session on eHealth and Pervasive Health

As part of the ETAI 2021 conference, WideHealth successfully organized a Special Session on eHealth and Pervasive Health. This session hosted all the conference papers on the relevant eHealth topics, including: Data driven eHealth, Pervasive health, Machine Learning for eHealth, Statistical approaches for eHealth, Data visualizations and statistical analysis for eHealth. The WideHealth partners participated …

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ETAI’21: Round Table on e-Health and Pervasive Health Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities

We have successfully organized the online Round Table discussion on the topic of “e-Heath and Pervasive Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities”, as part of the International ETAI’21 online conference. Panelists at the Round Table: Zaklina Cagoroska (Ministry of Health in North Macedonia, Advisor in the e-Health Directorate) Damjan Manchevski (MAK-SYSTEM, Director of Strategic Accounts and General …

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Ubicomp’21 Workshop on Designing Ubiquitous Health Monitoring Technologies for Challenging Environments

We are happy to announce that the WideHealth project is organizing a workshop on the prestigious conference Ubicomp’21. The main goal of this workshop is to bridge cross-disciplinary relationships between researchers and practitioners interested in the design, development, and deployment of ubiquitous technologies for health monitoring. Which major challenges arise in in-the-wild deployments of ubiquitous …

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5th WideHealth Seminar: Hristijan Gjoreski, “Wearable Computing and its Machine-Learning Applications”

Date: September 14th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Hristijan Gjoreski Title: Wearable Computing and its Machine-Learning Applications Abstract: The recent technological advancements in the sensors development in their miniaturization, allowed numerous applications in the areas of wearable computing, pervasive computing, smart systems, mobile health etc. This talk will focus on few important machine-learning applications in with wearable …

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4th WideHealth Seminar: Venet Osmani, “Predicting deterioration of critically ill patients” (22/06/2021)

Date: June 22nd, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: Venet Osmani Title: Predicting deterioration of critically ill patients Abstract: Intensive care units generate large quantities of data from various patient monitoring and intervention systems. Limited ability of humans to process and act on complex information also extends to intensive care clinicians, at times resulting in information overload, and …

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3rd WideHealth Seminar: Orhan Konak, “IMU-Based Trajectory Image Classification for Human Activity Recognition” (01/06/2021)

Date: June 1st, 2021 – 15:00 CET Speaker: Orhan Konak Title: IMU-Based Trajectory Image Classification for Human Activity Recognition Abstract: Recent trends in ubiquitous computing have led to a proliferation of studies that focus on human activity recognition (HAR) utilizing inertial sensor data. However, the performances of such approaches are limited by the amount of annotated training …

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2nd WideHealth Seminar: André Rodrigues, “WildKey: A Privacy-Aware Keyboard Toolkit for In-The-Wild Data Collection” (18/05/2021)

Date: May 18th, 2021 – 16:00 CET Speaker: André Rodrigues Title: WildKey: A Privacy-Aware Keyboard Toolkit for In-The-Wild Data Collection Abstract: Touch data, and in particular text-entry data, has been mostly collected in the laboratory, under controlled conditions. While touch and text-entry data has consistently shown its potential for monitoring and detecting a variety of conditions and …

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