Digital Health - Role of Biomedical Signal Analysis

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This talk will focus on the role of digital technology in providing a more patient-centric
and proactive healthcare system. Following a motivational introduction to wearables 
and their role in providing  a connected digital healthcare system, specific requirements 
for signal analysis and machine learning would be expanded. Case study examples of 
some of the innovation projects in the areas of baby heart rate monitoring, continuous vital signs
analysis and mental health applications will be mentioned as the translational
aspects of the research and development done at the Signal Analysis Research Lab
in Toronto Metropolitan University.

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  • Date: 29 Nov 2022
  • Time: 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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  • Toronto, Ontario
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  • Building: George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, ENG
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  • Starts 01 November 2022 11:34 AM
  • Ends 29 November 2022 07:00 PM
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Dr. Sri Krishnan of Toronto Metropolitan University


Digital Health - Role of Biomedical Signal Analysis


Sri Krishnan joined Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, Canada in 1999, and he is now a Professor of Electrical, Computer Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering. Sri Krishnan's research interests are in biomedical signal analysis, audio signal analysis, and explainable machine learning. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering. From 2007-to 2017 he was a Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Signal Analysis. Sri Krishnan has published 405 papers in refereed journals and conferences, filed 16 invention disclosures/patent applications, and has been a scientific advisor to six AI/wearables start-ups. He has been rated as the Top 2% of scientists worldwide in the areas of AI and Biomedical Engineering by Scopus/Stanford University bibliometric analysis. Sri Krishnan is a recipient of the Outstanding Canadian Biomedical Engineer Award, Achievement in Innovation Award from Innovate Calgary, Sarwan Sahota Distinguished Scholar Award,  Young Engineer Achievement Award from Engineers Canada, New Pioneers Award in Science and Technology, and Exemplary Service Award from IEEE Toronto Section.