- model formulation, experiment design, identification and validation, biosignals analysis and interpretation,
- developments in measurement, signal processing,
- tracer kinetic modeling using various imaging systems,
- biomedical system modeling, simulation and visualization,
- decision support and control.
With application areas focusing on
- celluar, metabolic, cardiovascular, neurosystems,
- healthcare management, disease control, critical care,
- pharmacokinetics and drug delivery,
- decision support systems for the control of physiological and clinical variables,
- biomedical imaging systems,
- intensive and chronic therapy,
- control of voluntary movements, respiration,
- rehabilitation engineering and healthcare delivery,
- kinetic modelling and control of biological systems and artificial organs,
- quantificaiton of physiological parametes for diagnosis assessment."
This is more relevant to my colleagues in the Biomedical Engineering lab, as they focus on blood glucose and insulin control. (See the detailed list of presentations.) However, any other contribution to the development of modelling and control in biomedical and biological systems was welcome, I also submitted a paper reviewing the different force control algorithms and force feedback issues in CIS. The presented poster can be accessed here.
Good news that our lab won the opportunity to organize the upcoming 8th MCBMS symposium. Everyone is very welcome to join us in Budapest in 2012!