Programme

FIRST DAY - Morning 9:30 am

- Welcome

Opening session : chaired by Dirk Beerneart and Gerard Comyn (European Commission)

1. Jean-Claude Healy World Health Organization
Switzerland
eHealth technologies  for the citizen centred health system
30'
2. Gilberto Bestetti Agence pour la promotion de l'innovation (CTI) - MedTech Initiative
Switzerland
Innovation and know-how transfer: critical success factors of the Swiss medical technology
20'
3. Andreas Lymberis European Commission
European Commission 
Wearing technology to enable personalized health
20'
Rainer Guenzler
4. Lutz Walter, Euratex European Textile Association
Belgium
The European technology platform for textiles
20'
5. Isabelle Chartier CEA-Léti
France
The Lyon area technology platform for textiles and paper
20'
6. Branko Celler New South Wales University
Australia
The mangement of chronic disease in the home, the community and GP offices
20'

Lunch -  12:30-2:00 pm

Afternoon 2:00 pm

Session 1 : Smart solutions for disease management and lifestyle management

1. Paolo Bonato Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Harvard Medical School
USA
Wearable systems to improve Parkinson's Control Therapy
20'
Todd Hester 
Shyamal Patel
Richard Hughes
Delsey Sherrill
Alice Flaherty Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Nancy Huggins
David Standaert 
Matt Welsh Engineering and Applied Sciences
2. Robert Streicher Stryker
USA
Orthopedics and mobility
20'
3. Annalisa Bonfiglio University of Gagliari
Italy
Acute and emergency situation management using smart fabrics
20'
Isabelle Chartier CEA-Léti
Danilo de Rossi University of Pisa

Coffee break - 3:00-3:20 pm

Promotional talk
Patrick Furrer
Ideal-IST
Switzerland
IST Call 6 - your last chance to participate to FP6 !

4. Olivier Deriaz SUVA Care
Switzerland
Human energy expenditure measurement
20'
5. Nico de Rooij University of Neuchâtel
Implantable micro- electro-mechanical relay array 
20'
Michael Zickar
Wilfried Noell
Rogier Receveur Medtronic Bakken Research Center
Vincent Larik
6. Claude Stricker Académie Internationale des Sciences et Techniques du Sport
Switzerland
Wearable microsystems for the sport industry
20'
7. Sylvain Giroux Sherbrooke University
Canada
From smart home to smart care : pervasive assistance for cognitively impaired people
20'
SECOND DAY - Morning 8:30 am

Session 2 : Implementation and business opportunities in pHealth

1. Rainer Herzog Ericsson
Sweden
Mobile Patient Monitoring - applications and value propositions for personal health
20'
2. Lesh Parameswaran
Philips Design
Personal Healthcare: the design of empowering health & wellness experiences
20'
Mili Docampo Rama
Paul Gardien
Gavin Proctor
3. Jean Luprano CSEM
Switzerland
The business of wearable electronics
20'
4. Cristiano Paggetti I+piu
Italy
Service business models
20'
5. Nicos Maglaveras Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Greece
Home based chronic disease management implementation using pHealth IT solutions and the digital platform : The Thessaloniki experience
20'
6. Josep Roca Hospital Clinic I provincial de Barcelona
Spain
Regional implementation of pHealth: the practical experience in the Catalan region
20'

Coffee break - 10:30-10:50 am

Session 3 : State of the art prototype pHealth systems

1. Gordon Wallace University of Wollongong
Australia
Wearable biofeedback systems using electronic textile sensors
20'
2. Rita Paradiso Smartex
Italy
Multisensory textiles for health biomonitoring 
20'
3. Olivier Amft ETHZ
Switzerland
Detection of nutrition phases and the eating microstructure using wearable sensors
20'
Gerhard Tröster
4. Marco di Rienzo Centro di Bioingegneria - Fnd. Don C. Gnocchi
Italy
Clinical applications of a new textile-based wearable system for vital sign monitoring
20'
Francesco Rizzo
Paolo Castiglioni
5. Bob Kalik Sensatex
USA
Developing smart textiles for health monitoring: the benefits and the challenges
20'
6. André Dittmar INSA Lyon
France
Flexible technologies for health for smart sensors, clothing and house
20'
Claudine Gehin
Georges Delhomme
Michael Schmitt
Richard Meffre
Carolina Ramon-Zarate
F. de Oliveira
7. Chris Nugent University of Ulster
 
Practical versus Optimal:  ECG electrode placements for wearable clothing
20'
Dewar Finlay
M.P. Donelly
Norman D. Black
8. Chris Mott University of British Columbia
Canada
Validation of a non-invasive cerebral temperature sensor: toward ambulatory circadian rhythm assessment
20'
Guy Dumont
Diane B. Boivin McGill University
Michael Schmitt INSA Lyon
France
André Dittmar
9. Stewart Collie Canesis Limited
The development of electronic textile devices for healthcare applications
20'

Lunch -  12:30-2:00 pm

Afternoon 2:00 pm

Session 4 : Integarted micro-nanosystems for pHealth

1. Joerg Habetha Philips
Germany
Wearables solutions for personal heathcare
20'
2. Dermot Diamont Dublin City University
Irland
Systems to monitor sweat
20'
3. Carlotta Guiducci University of Bologna
Italy
DNA and protein array platforms for label-free multi-analyte point-of-care analysis
20'
Luca Benini
Bruno Riccò
4. Yuan-Ting Zhang University of Hong Kong
Wearable Intelligent Sensors and Systems (WISS) for Mobile Healthcare
20'
5. Matin Akay Arizona State University
USA
An intelligent system for monitoring motor functions
20'

Coffee break - 3:00-3:20 pm

6. Sundaresan Jayaraman Georgia Tech
USA
On wearables and pervasive healthcare: an in-depth assessment
20'
Sungmee Park
7. Danilo de Rossi University of Pisa
Italy
Gesture and posture detection and classification using smart fabrics
20'
8. Eric McAdams NIBEC
United Kingdom
Impedimetric sensors for label-free Point-of-Care immunoassay cardiac marker systems
20'
9. Lieva Van Langenhove University of Gent
Belgium
Objective and long term testing of textile sensors
20'
Carla Herlteer
Philippe Westbroek
Jorgos Priniotakis
10. Jean-Luc Weber TAM-Télésanté
MERMOTH: MEdical Remote MOnitoring of cloTHes
20'
Francis Klefstad-S.
Fabrice Pirotte Centexbel
THIRD DAY - Morning 8:30 am

Session 5 : Embedded intelligence and communication systems for pHealth

1. Jens Krauss CSEM
Switzerland
Physiological monitoring using multiparameter analysis
20'
2. Bert Gyselinckx IMEC
Belgium
The Human++ program at the Holst Centre
20'
3. Regis Guillemot CEA-Léti
France
Biophysical and biochemical sensors at Léti
20'
4. Stephan Kiefer IBMT-FhG
Germany
SenSAVE - a wearable multi-parameter monitoring system for cardiovascular diseases
20'
5. Francis Castanie TeSA
France
Biomedical Signal Transmission over non QoS heterogeneous channels and environments, with QoS restoration.
20'
Corinne Mailhes IRIT
André-Luc Beylot INPT
6. Ilkka Korhonen VTT Information Technology
To be defined
20'

Coffee break - 10:50-11:10 am

Session 6 : The promise of convergence of bio, nano and ICT technologies for personalised health

1. Markus Rothmaier EMPA
Switzerland
Medical applications of textiles containing optical fibers
20'
Bärbel Selm
Martin Camenzind
Tania Khan University Hospital Zürich
Heinrich Walt
2. Raphael Pugin
CSEM
Nanotechnologies in life sciences
20'
Martha Liley
3. Francis Tay Eng Hock University of Singapore
Singapore
MEMSWear - microsystems that can be worn
20'
4. Ulrike Lehmann EPFL
Switzerland
Magnetic particles as mobile substrates on biochips
20'
Caroline Vandevyver
Virendra K. Parashar
Martin Gijs
5. Elisa Ficarra EPFL
Switzerland
Bioimaging and functional genomics
20'
Giovanni de Micheli
Sungroh Yoon Stanford
USA
Luca Benini University of Bologna
Italy
Enrico Macii Politecnico Torino
End of the conference

Parallel events

Wednesday February 1st, 2006. 2-4 pm

Concertation meeting of group of EU IST funded projects on smart textile and flexible wearable systems, DG INFSO, Integrated Micro- & Nanosystems.

Wednesday February 1st, 2006. 4:30-5:30 pm

3rd meeting of IEEE-EMBS Technical Committee on wearable biomedical sensors and systems.

Thursday February 2, 2006. 9-12 am

Concertation workshop of IST projects on intelligent eHealth systems for personalised medical care, DG INFSO, ICT for e-Health.

Thursday February 2, 2006. 1-5:30 pm

Consultation workshop: "Personal Health Systems: the path from FP6 to FP7", DG INFSO, ICT for e-Health.

Social programme

Monday January 30, 2006. 6-9 pm

Schiff ahoi - let's discover the secrets of Lake Lucerne

Boat trip on the famous Lake Lucerne. Enjoy a panoramic view on Lucerne by night. The evening is dedicated to folkloristic music and mystical stories about Switzerland 's hero Wilhelm Tell.

Fee: Euro 60 (including boat trip and dinner ; entertainment offered by the organisator)

Tuesday January 31, 2006. 5.30-9 pm

Reaching for the stars

You cannot leave Lucerne without visiting the Swiss Museum of Transport. Aperitif in the newly restored Aviation and Space Travel Hall followed by the gala dinner on the MS Esmeranza.

Fee: Euro 60 (including visit to the museum - two halls -, aperitif and dinner)

 
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