Assistive Research Biotechnologies for People in Need

Nikolaos Bourbakis
Wright State University, USA

This two hours tutorial will offer some ideas and design of assistive technology devices and methodologies for people in need. It will inform students and others in technologies accomplishment, open issues and future directions.

Topics:
SECURE WEARABLE HEALTH MONITORING;
WEARABLE INSPECTION OF THE SMALL INTESTINE;
EEG+FMRI MODELING OF BRAIN ACTIVITIES;
AUTONOMOUS ROBOTIC WHEELCHAIRS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES;
WEARABLE TECH FOR ASSISTING BLIND USERS IN NAVIGATION-READING-FACE RECOGNITION;

Reading material will be electronically distributed by the instructor. This tutorial is free for students.

BIOSKETCH Dr. Nikolaos Bourbakis (IEEE Fellow, 96) currently is a Distinguished Professor in Informatics & Technology, a Professor (j.a.) of Geriatrics (School of Medicine) and the Director of the Center of Assistive Research Technologies (CART) at Wright State University, OH. He is the founder and President of the Biological & Artificial Intelligence Foundation (BAIF). He pursues research in Assistive Technologies, Applied AI, Robotic Vision, Biometrics, Bioengineering, Cyber, Security, and Distributed Processing funded by USA and European government and industry. He has extensively published in refereed International Journals, book, chapters and Conference Proceedings, and books as an author, co-author or editor. He is the founder and EIC of two International Journals (IJAIT, IJMSTR) and the founder and Chairman of several IEEE International Conferences (ICTAI, BIBE, IISA, etc.). His research work has been recognized with numerous prestigious awards.