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The University of Pavia promotes its own scientific-technological endeavors with the active stakeholders in the economic landscape. As scheduled in 2014-2015, 2016 will see three thematic days, on telemedicine, agrifood and energy, respectively. The program for the first day is detailed here.
joint Lecture of the courses of Law, science and new technologies (UNIPV) and Law, science and emerging technologies (IUSS)
Current Research Topics at C.H.T. On 19/04/2016, from 14:00 to 18:00, at the IMATI – CNR Ronference Room An international panel of CHT experts and researchers will present a selection of the latest research activities involving the Interdepartmental Centre for Health Technologies The workshop gives credits for the Doctorate School in Bioengineering and Bioinformatics. Supported by
Register now Title: Outlier detection for clinical monitoring and alerting Speaker: Prof. Milos Hauskrecht Professor of Computer Science University of Pittsburgh Abstract: Outlier detection has been successfully applied to identification of unusual data instances, unusual behaviors and outcomes. In this work, I present an outlier detection framework for clinical monitoring and alerting that aims to […]
Our group works on the design of new medical devices and concepts that combine advanced electronics with new physical interactions to address challenges in imaging, sensing, and implantable devices. This talk will focus on two of the active areas: i) bedside medical imaging with portable and low-cost systems, and ii) minimally-invasive implantable medical devices (IMDs) for monitoring and modulating local physiology
Title: Leveraging on publicly available databases for novel peptidase target discovery Seminar language: English Speaker: Dr. Simone Marini Akutsu Laboratory, Kyoto University Abstract: Cleavage is a pivotal aspect of cell metabolism, both cellular and extracellular. It is involved in cell differentiation and cycle control, stress and immune response, removal of abnormally folded proteins and cell […]
Title: The fourth industrial revolution: science‚ bioengineering and social robotics Seminar language: English Speaker: On. Prof. Maria Chiara Carrozza Chamber of Deputies‚ Sant’anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa
This seminar will cover the latest findings of how galvanically coupled weak electrical currents can be used in place of over the air RF waves to connect the implants, with great energy savings for data transmission within tissues; including the channel model, energy efficient communication solutions for implants, experimental setup and applications.
The aim of the workshop is to highlight emerging concepts and innovative perspectives in tissue repair, from the biochemical mechanisms to the formulation approaches to be used for the rational treatment of pathologies involving impaired tissue repair.
In the last 50 years biomaterials, prostheses and implants have saved and prolonged millions of human lives. Today, nanothechnology, nanomaterials and surface modification provide us with a novel vision of for the use of biomaterials, allowing us to foresee strategies to solve the upcoming organ shortage.