IEEE Distinguished Lecture : “Human-Robot Interaction and Whole-Body Robot Sensing” by Dr. Vladimir Lumelsky

University of Glasgow Room 526, James Watt (South) Building, School of Engineering , Glasgow

IEEE Distinguished Lecture : “Human-Robot Interaction and Whole-Body Robot Sensing” by Dr. Vladimir Lumelsky. Abstract: The ability by a robot to operate in an uncertain environment, such as near humans or far away under human control, potentially opens a myriad uses. Examples include robots preparing the Mars surface for human arrival; robots for assembly of [...]

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IEEE Sensors Council Chapter Inaugural Meeting

University of Glasgow Room 526, James Watt (South) Building, School of Engineering , Glasgow

IEEE Sensors Council Chapter Inaugural Meeting - Nomination of Candidates for Upcoming Committee Members. The IEEE UK and Ireland Sensors Council Chapter will elect its officers for period 2016/17 during upcoming inaugural meeting of the Chapter. If you know anybody who is interested to get involved with the Sensors Council Chapter or are willing to serve [...]

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IEEE Lecture : “From Wearables to Implantables: Enabling Next Generation Health Monitoring” by Dr. Mike McShane

University of Glasgow (Room 354) Room 354, James Watt (South) Building, School of Engineering , Glasgow

IEEE Lecture : “From Wearables to Implantables: Enabling Next Generation Health Monitoring” by Dr. Mike McShane. Abstract:    Personal health monitoring is becoming increasingly accessible as the ease of producing low-cost, low-power embedded systems has fuelled a rapid growth in consumer products aimed at “measuring me.” While new products are released regularly, a major technology [...]

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IEEE Lecture : “From Ultraslow Plasmons to Ultrafast Drug Discovery” by Professor Donhee Ham

University of Glasgow Room 408, Rankine Building, Glasgow

IEEE Lecture : “From Ultraslow Plasmons to Ultrafast Drug Discovery” by Professor Donhee Ham, Harvard University Abstract:    We develop solid-state devices and circuits for applications in EE, biology, and physics. I will highlight these efforts with select recent works. Dimensionality profoundly influences condensed-matter electron behaviors, with 2D conductors enabling discoveries of intriguing fundamental phenomena. [...]

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IEEE Lecture : “Large Area Tactile/Electronic Skin” by Dr. Ravinder Dahiya

University of Manchester Room D45a, Sackville Street Building, Sackville Street,, Manchester

IEEE Lecture : “Large Area Tactile/Electronic Skin” by Dr. Ravinder Dahiya. Abstract:    The advancements in microelectronics over 50 years have revolutionised our lives through fast computing and communication. Recent advances in the field, pursued through More than Moore technology, are propelled by applications such as robotics, wearable electronics, and healthcare. Often, these applications require [...]

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Invited Lecture: Dielectrics in Soft Devices

University of Glasgow Room 526, James Watt (South) Building, School of Engineering, Glasgow

The UK and Ireland Sensors Council Chapter and BEST Group at Glasgow University will host Prof. Siegfried Bauer who will give a lecture on dielectrics in soft devices.

Invited Lecture: From iCub to R1 – Building your Personal Humanoid

University of Glasgow Senate Room, Main Building, Glasgow

Invited Lecture: From iCub to R1 - Building your personal humanoid by Professor Giorgio Metta The UK and Ireland Sensors Council Chapter and BEST Group at Glasgow University will host Professor Giorgio Metta, Vice Scientific Director, Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, Italy. Professor Metta will give a lecture on ‘From iCub to R1 - Building [...]

ESDC Annual Lecture: Electronic Skins Connecting Cyberspace and Human

University of Glasgow Room 408, Rankine Building, Glasgow

This lecture will review recent progresses of wearables, smart apparels, and artificial electronic skins (E-skins) from the contexts of high-precision and long-term vital signal monitoring. Furthermore, the issues and the future prospect of wearables and beyond wearables will be addressed.

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