IEEE-DAY,"Advanced Nano-Sensors for Health Care Applications "; GBS BIOMETRIC AND SYSTEMS WEEK, WEBINAR #3 of 4

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With the rapid progress in the field of sensors and instrumentation systems, day by day, there is 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, the 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 of old age patients living in remote and hilly areas. 

Advanced acoustic/ultrasonic biomedical sensors and IoT-based systems are presented for healthcare care applications, with the main emphasis on telehealth, The newly developed diagnostic and therapeutic devices by using RFID chips, nano-scale or sensor-enabled radio technologies, and sensor networks would thus be useful for solving the problem of unexplored diseases in the future, as well as for controlling 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.



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  • Date: 12 Oct 2022
  • Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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  • Starts 18 September 2022 11:00 PM
  • Ends 11 October 2022 05:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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"Advanced Nano-Sensors for Health Care Applications "

With the rapid progress in the field of sensors and instrumentation systems, day by day, there is 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, the 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 of old age patients living in remote and hilly areas. 

Advanced acoustic/ultrasonic biomedical sensors and IoT-based systems are presented for healthcare care applications, with the main emphasis on telehealth,.The newly developed diagnostic and therapeutic devices by using RFID chips, nano-scale or sensor-enabled radio technologies, and sensor networks would thus be useful for solving the problem of unexplored diseases in the future, as well as for controlling 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.

Biography:

Prof.  V.R.Singh, (Ph.D. Electrical Engg IIT-Delhi), has over 37 years of research-cum-teaching experience in India as well as in Canada,  Belgium, Korea, Germany, the Netherland, and the UK. He has been at National Physical Laboratory (NPL), New Delhi, as a Distinguished Professor, and Head, Instrumentation, Micro/Nano Technology, Sensors, Biomedical Measurements and Standards., and as a Director/Advisor of PDM University, Delhi-NCR. His research area includes sensors and transducers, instrumentation, Micro/Nanotechnology, biomedical standards, computer modeling, Internet of things and simulation, ultrasonics/medical acoustics, POCT devices, nano neuro-sensors/implants, nano-cancer-technology, cancer hyperthermia, tissue characterization, micro- lithotripsy, WSN, and u-health care.

Prof Singh has over 350 papers, 250 talks, 260 conf papers, 4 books, 14 patents, and 30 consultancies to his credit. Under his guidance, 30 scholars have earned Ph.D. degrees. He has been the Associate Editor of IEEE Int Sensor Journal (2010-2016), Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurements, and Regional Editor of the International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology (IJBET). He is also on Editorial/Reviewer Boards of  Sensors & Actuators (Switzerland), IEEE Trans on Engg in Med and Biology, J. Computers in Electrical 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. He has served as Guest Editor of Special Issues of JASI on Physical Acoustics and Ultrasonics (2016-17) and Medical Acoustics (2017-18) as well as on the IETE Technical Review journal on Transducers (2002).

Dr. Singh is the Chair of IEEE-EMBS/IMS-Delhi Chapter, President of Acoustical Society of India, and Vice President of Ultrasonic Society of India and has been the Vice President of Instrumentation Society of India, Vice-President of IFSUMB, Secretary of IEEE India Council, and the Chairman of IEEE-Delhi Section. He is a Member of the IEEE Standards Association. He was also a Council Member of WFUMB (Australia) Ultrasound Safety and Standards. He has served as the Chair/ Member of the BIS Committee on Electro-Medical Committee and currently chairs BIS-MHD-15 Committee. He has been invited to deliver keynotes at world congresses and conferences.

He is a recipient of awards from the Indian National Science Academy/1974, NPL/1973, Thapar Trust /1983,  Indian Council of Med Research/ 1984; Japan Soc. Ultr in Medicine/ 1985, Asian Federation of Societies of Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology/ 1987, Institution of Engineers- India/ 1988/ 1991, IEEE-EMBS/ 1999 and IEEE-2010/2011/2014, for his outstanding contributions.  Dr. Singh is a Life Fellow of IEEE, IETE, IE-I, ASI/USI, and IFUMB/WFUMB

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