Special Issue "Wearable and Ambient Sensors for Healthcare and Wellness Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 September 2017).
Interests: biomedical signal processing; pattern recognition; wearable sensors
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Wearable and ambient sensor technologies are rapidly evolving and extending their reach to critical applications of wellness and healthcare. The progress is driven by advances in sensor technology, computing, wireless communications, signal processing, and pattern recognition. Ambient intelligence integrates into the home environment and allows for transparent, unobtrusive monitoring for sensitive populations such as frail adults. Wearable technologies allow to extend the monitoring into the community and have been used in many research and clinical applications, including monitoring of healthy, elderly and frail individuals, individuals with neurological disorders (stroke, Parkinson’s disease, etc.), measuring levels of physical activity in disease-association studies and developing behavioral interventions. Combined, ambient and wearable sensors create unique capabilities of continuous behavioral and physiological monitoring at home and in the community.
The goal of this Special Issue is to highlight state of the art applications of ambient and wearable sensors with focus on wellness and healthcare applications of the technology. Of special interest is research work that combines ambient and wearable sensing approaches into a unified framework; applications of wearable and/or ambient sensors for continuous assessment of physiology or behaviors; use of sensors in just-in-time interventions. Additionally of interest are advances in the design of the on-body and ambient sensors; associated electronics and software; signal processing; pattern recognition; analysis of high-density sensor data; inferring health and behavioral states from the sensor data; application of ambient and wearable sensors in wellness and healthcare.
We invite you to submit original unpublished work on the listed or related topics.
Prof. Dr. Edward Sazonov
Prof. Dr. Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Wearable sensors
- Ambient Intelligence
- Connected Sensors for the Internet of Things
- Smart Textiles
- Flexible Electronics
- Printed Electronics
- Biochemical sensors
- On-body energy harvesting
- Low-power electronics
- Mobile health
- Biomedical Instrumentation
- Human behavior monitoring
- Physiological sensors
- Home monitoring
- Physical activity
- Ubiquitous sensing
- Affective computing