Special Issue "Physiological Monitoring Technologies"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2018)
Prof. Dr. Hung Cao
Dr. Tung Thanh Bui
Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications (FET), University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU) 144 Xuan Thuy Street, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Interests: microfluidics; cancer cell detection; corona ion wind; CNT-based sensors and applications; 3D packaging
Newly-emerging technologies have been enhancing our life quality in many aspects, from automobile industry to pharmacology, home appliances to heavy-duty crafts, consumer tools to medical equipment, and etc. Among those technologies utilized for healthcare and biological investigations, while micro- and nano-fabrication provided miniaturized sensors and systems with better sensitivity and selectivity; telecommunications and innovations in electronics helped in reducing the cost, bringing convenience and establishing distanced care which was recently defined as personalized- and tele-medicine or mobile-health (m-Health). With novel biomaterials, all of these enabled efficient biomedical systems that could be wearable or deployed in vivo, targeting diagnosis, prognosis and investigations of chronic diseases as well as continuous health monitoring. In addition, the recent rising of internet of things (IoTs) and big data has paved the avenue for those biomedical devices to become popular and widely accepted by our society.
In this context, we invite submissions to this Special Issue “Physiological Monitoring Technologies” as review articles, original research papers, and short communications covering a broad field of technologies supporting physiological monitoring for both human and animal models, targeting health monitoring and biological studies.
Contributions may include, but are not limited to:
Design and development of sensors, electronics and systems for physiological monitoring
Smart computational schemes and/or algorithms to enhance the efficiency and efficacy of physiological monitoring systems
Smart materials and/or design to enhance the efficiency and efficacy of physiological monitoring systems
Novel concepts, technologies and implementation for acquiring, processing and monitoring physiological signals
Dr. Hung Cao
Dr. Tung Thanh Bui
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- Physiological monitoring
- biomedical devices
- novel technologies