Special Issue "Wearable Sensing for Health Monitoring"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 November 2022) | Viewed by 55357
Interests: wearable health monitoring; in situ sensing; organic electronics; flexible inorganic devices
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Interests: bluetooth; physiology; solar power; energy engineering
The current trend of miniaturization of integrated circuits has led to an expansion in the number of electronic devices aimed at on-body personalized health monitoring. While these devices continue to diminish in size and grow in computational power, there is a growing need to tailor the mechanical properties of the device, sensor design, and signal processing for wearable sensing. Flexibility and conformability of the device are needed for an interference-free application, which will enable long-term use and be easily concealed for user privacy. Corresponding sensor design needs to match the application site, draw low power, and achieve physiologically relevant sensitivity. Additional algorithms are needed to address persistent motion and environmental artifacts for resilient and high-quality data. Proper design is needed to propel wearable sensing beyond an electronic trinket and toward clinical-grade health monitoring tools.
In this Special Issue of Biosensors, we invite original research articles to explore and demonstrate novel development of sensors for diagnostics health monitoring in a wearable package.
Dr. Vladimir Pozdin
Dr. James Dieffenderfer
Dr. Hakan Töreyin
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- conformable sensors
- wearable electronics
- smart health