NANO-ULTRASONIC SENSORS AND IOT SYSTEMS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

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With the rapid progress in the field of sensors and instrumentation systems, day by day, there is a good technological development in the industry, engineering, medicine and other scientific fields. However, more sophisticated sensor systems are still required to be developed for fast  measurements in an intelligent manner..

 

In the present talk, development of new nano-ultrasonic and nano-acoustic sensor systems is described for measurements in a reliable manner for remote monitoring and control of the health, particularly,  in case of  old age patients living in remote and hilly areas.

 

Advanced acoustic/ultrasonic biomedical sensors and IOT based systems are discussed for healthcare  applications, with the  main emphasis on tele—health program, .The newly developed diagnostic and therapeutic devices use RFID chips, nano-scale or sensor-enabled radio technologies and/or sensor networks. These would be useful for solving the problem of unexplored diseases, as well as for controlling of the quality of medicines, drugs, equipment and physiological event monitoring systems. WSN (Wireless Sensor Networking) is preferred to be used here with the sensing devices for remote applications.

Case studies of cancer hyperthermia and focal ultrasound therapy for the treatment of deep seated brain tumours are given here. 



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  • Date: 17 Sep 2021
  • Time: 03:30 PM to 04:30 PM
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Prof. V.R.Singh,  Life Fellow-IEEE of IIT

Topic:

NANO-ULTRASONIC SENSORS AND IOT SYSTEMS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

With the rapid progress in the field of sensors and instrumentation systems, day by day, there is a good technological development in the industry, engineering, medicine and other scientific fields. However, more sophisticated sensor systems are still required to be developed for fast  measurements in an intelligent manner..

 

In the present talk, development of new nano-ultrasonic and nano-acoustic sensor systems is described for measurements in a reliable manner for remote monitoring and control of the health, particularly,  in case of  old age patients living in remote and hilly areas.

 

Advanced acoustic/ultrasonic biomedical sensors and IOT based systems are discussed for healthcare  applications, with the  main emphasis on tele—health program, .The newly developed diagnostic and therapeutic devices use RFID chips, nano-scale or sensor-enabled radio technologies and/or sensor networks. These would be useful for solving the problem of unexplored diseases, as well as for controlling of the quality of medicines, drugs, equipment and physiological event monitoring systems. WSN (Wireless Sensor Networking) is preferred to be used here with the sensing devices for remote applications.

Case studies of cancer hyperthermia and focal ultrasound therapy for the treatment of deep seated brain tumours are given here.

Biography:

Prof. (Dr) V.R.Singh, Ph.D. (IIT-Delhi), 1974: Life Fellow-IEEE/EMBS-IMS, F-IETE, F-IE-I, F-ASI, F-USI, F-IFUMB/WFUMB has 38 yrs of research-cum-teaching experience in India and abroad; working at National Physical Lab, New Delhi, as a Scientist-Director grade/Distinguished Professor/Head- Instrumentation, Sensors and Biomedical Measurements & Standards; has over 350 papers in journals (plus 250 in conf proceedings), 250 talks, 4 books, 14 patents, 30 consultancies and 35 PhDs to his credit.

He has been Associate Editor of IEEE Sensors Journal and is Associate Editor of IEEE Trans on Instrum & Measurements (TIM), Regional Editor of Int J of Biomedical Engineering  and Technology (IJBT) and is on Editorial Boards of Sensors & Transducers J (Europe) & Int J Onlinne Engg (Austria); as well as on the Editorial Review Committees of various other journals like Sensors & Actuators (Switzerland), IEEE Trans, J Computers in Elect Engg (USA), J.Instn Electr Telecom Engrs,  J.Instn Engrs -India, Ind J Pure & Appl Physics,  J.of Instrm Soc Ind, J. Pure & Appl Ultrasonics, J. Life Science Engg, etc

 

He is the recipient of awards/Medals by INSA 1974, NPL 1973,  Thapar Trust 1983,  ICMR 1984; Japan Soc. Ultr in Medicine 1985, Asian Fed  Soc Ultr in Med & Biology 1987, IE-I 1988/ 1991, ASI-Raman Award-2016 and IEEE-EMBS 1999.

He is the Chair of IEEE-EMBS/IMS-Delhi chapter and past Chair of IEEE-Delhi Section. He has worked as a visiting Professor/Researcher at Korea University (South Korea), KU-Leuven (Belgium), Univ of Toronto (Canada), TU-Delft (NL).

 His main areas of interest are sensors and transducers, Acoustics and Ultrasonics,U-technology, biomedical instrumentation and electronics & communication engineering. He is currently immediate past President of Acoustical Society of India and is Vice-President of Ultrasonic Society of India..

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