Summerschool looks at medical informatics

Summerschool looks at medical informatics

Konstanz, September 29, 2018. For the first time, the computer science faculties of the HTWG and Reutlingen University of Applied Sciences have organized a German-Russian summer school together with Moscow's Sechenov University. With great success - even before its end a repetition was considered.

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What developments in computer science will shape the medicine of the future? Where can it support everyday medical practice? How can diagnoses be made easier? And how do new media actually change the relationship between doctor and patient? These are just a few of the questions the German-Russian Summer School dealt with on the subject of medical informatics. For the first time, the computer science faculties of the HTWG and the Reutlingen University of Applied Sciences organized the event together with the Moscow Sechenov University. Sechenov University is the oldest Russian educational institution for health and care. It has a large medical faculty and offers further life science-oriented courses of study.

Within two weeks, eight female and two male students of the still young "General Medicine" course of study at the Russian university gained insights not only into the fields of application of modern medical informatics, but also direct experience reports from users in the German and Swiss health care system.
While the first week of the Summer School at Reutlingen University focused on the theoretical possibilities of Big Data, Blockchain, Wearables and virtual reality, the second week of the program at the HTWG in Constance focused on application. "It brought me an incredible amount of benefit that we were able to hear the experiences of practitioners in the application," said a Russian student in retrospect. The versatile programme included a guided tour of the Constance Hospital by the head of radiology, Prof. Dr. Markus Juchems, and a lecture by Dr. Sabine Schmidt-Weitmann (photo), who, as a "tele-doctor" with a team of doctors, tested online consultation hours via e-mail at the University Hospital and researched the response of patients to the offer.
Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold, who co-initiated and organised the Summer School, led the programme in Constance. "Our goal was to show the broad spectrum of possible applications of computer science in digital medicine and to provide an insight into future trends," he said. Prof. Dr. Christian Wache from the HTWG Health Informatics course of studies addressed the compatibility of medical data in a workshop, while PhD student Maksym Gaiduk presented the possibilities of non-invasive sleep research. Two students, who had already worked in the sleep laboratory in Russia themselves, tested the new applications on their own during the summer school. "The exchange of knowledge is a great benefit. Cooperation between universities worldwide will have to become a matter of course in view of the new developments. I am delighted to be able to participate," said one student.
The mixture of lectures, laboratory visits, excursions and practical workshops was so well received that a repetition was already being considered before the end of the Summer School. (aw)

Further information about the program:
https://uc-lab.in.htwg-konstanz.de/grss.html
Link to the article in German: https://www.htwg-konstanz.de/aktuelles/news/summerschool-blickt-auf-medizininformatik/

Caption: Dr. Sabine Schmidt-Weitmann worked at the University Hospital as a "tele-doctor" with a team of doctors, testing online consultation hours by e-mail and researching the response of patients to the offer. She presented her results during the German-Russian Summer School.

 
The Universities HTWG KonstanzReutlingen University and I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
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German-Russian Summer School

German-Russian Summer School (GRSS-18) on Medical Computer Science

The Universities HTWG Konstanz, Reutlingen University and I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University will hold their Summer School on September 9-23, 2018 in Germany.
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Objetive and Main Goals

The purpose of the Summer School is to learn about Information and Internet Technology in the frame of Digital Medicine. The Summer School will show a wide spectrum of theory and applications of current and future trends in medical computer science, including telemedicine, data science, cognitive systems, VR/AR, computer assisted operation rooms, medical information systems, blockchain, biotechnology, etc. The participants will a enjoy a mixture of lectures, visits to laboratories and external institutions as well as  hands-on practices.

 

Location

The Summer School will take place at the campus of HTWG Konstanz and Reutlingen University. 

  • Part 1: September 9-16, 2018 at Reutlingen University: Building 9, Room 9-005
  • Part 2: September 16-23, 2018 at HTWG Konstanz: Building O, Room O-202

 

Program German-Russian Summer School 2018

(Single events may change on short notice. Please check the current version on this website).

Reutlingen University (10.-14.09.)

Monday 10.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-11

9-005

Welcome to the Summer School in Reutlingen

Welcome from the Dean of the School of Informatics, Prof. Kloos

Presentation of the participants

Presentation of the School of Informatics

Prof. Martínez

Prof. Kloos

11-12

9-005

Session: Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) and Telemedicine

Prof. Martínez

LUNCH

13-15

Several

Visits to IoT-Labs (AAL, SmartTextiles, Driving Simulator)
Visit to the Campus

Prof. Martínez

Th. Walzer (M.Sc.)

15-16

RIO

Visit to Reutlingen International Office (RIO)

Welcome from Prof. Veit, Director of RIO

Prof. Martínez

Prof. Veit

 

Tuesday 11.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-11

9-005

Session: Introduction to Data Warehousing and Analytics

Prof. Petrov

11-12

DB-Lab

Visit to the Database-Lab

Prof. Petrov

LUNCH

13-14:30

9-005

Session: Steps towards the Intelligent Operating Room

Presentation of projects from the CaMed Research group (Computer Assisted Medicine)

Prof. Burgert

M. Wiemuth (M.Sc.)

14:30-15:30

MoCap-Lab

Session: Cognitive Systems

Visit to the Motion-Capture lab

Prof. Curio

S. Thalji (M.Sc.)

 

Wednesday 12.09.2018 

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-11

9-005

Session: Medical Information Systems for Intersectoral Care

Prof. Thies

11-12

9-005

Session: Mobile Health Apps

Prof. Martínez

12-13

9-005

Session: Computer Graphics and VR/AR

Prof. Kloos

LUNCH

14-15

 

Session: Study Programs in Biomedical Sciences and the BioMed Student Project Laboratory

Visit to the Faculty of Applied Chemistry

Prof. Kemkemer

15-

9-005

Session: Baden-Württemberg Health Cloud Project

Dr. Lucien Clin

 

Thursday 13.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-11

9-005

Session: Wearables and Smart Textiles

Prof. Martínez

Th. Walzer (M.Sc.)

11-13

IoT-Lab

Hands-on workshop on Wearables

Th. Walzer (M.Sc.)

LUNCH

14-14:30

9-005

Session: Electrocardiogram Sensor Shirt

Prof. Martínez

14:30-15:30

9-005

Session: ECG Streaming over Bluetooth Low energy

M. Essich (Master student)

15:30-16

9-005

Session: Wearable Rapid Prototyping Platform

I. Leber (M.Sc.)

 

Friday 14.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-12

9-005

Session: Blockchain

Prof. Coll-Mayor

12-13

VRLab

Visit to the Virtual Reality Lab

Prof. Tullius

LUNCH

14-15

9-005

Session: Soft Matter

Prof. Schilling

15-16:30

9-005

Visit to the (textile) tissue exhibition

Prof. Schilling

 

HTWG Konstanz (17.-21.09.)

Monday 17.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-10.15

O-202

Welcome to HTWG Konstanz

Director of Academic Exchange

K. Blass

10:15-10:30

O-202

Presentation of the participants

Presentation of the Department of Computer Science

Prof. Seepold

10:30-13

O-202

Session: Stress Pattern Recognition

Prof. Seepold

LUNCH

14-

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Visits to the Klinikum Konstanz

Prof. Juchems

 

Tuesday 18.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-10:15

O-202

Welcome from the President of HTWG

Prof. Manz

10-13

O-202

Session: Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection

Prof. Seepold

 

LUNCH

14:00-

O-202

Session: Interoperability of medical data

Prof. Wache

 

Wednesday 19.09.2018 

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-13

F-128

Lab-Session: Introduction to Sleep Monitoring

M. Gaiduk (M.Sc.)
Prof. Seepold

LUNCH

14-

O-202

Session: Patient Empowerment through Medical Online Consultation - Current Knowledge of the University Hospital Zurich, eHealth

Dr. Sabine Schmidt-Weitmann

 

Thursday 20.09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-13

F-128

Lab-Session: Introduction to Sleep Monitoring

M. Gaiduk (M.Sc.)
Prof. Seepold

LUNCH

14-

F-128

Lab-Session: Introduction to Stress Detection

W.D. Scherz (M.Sc.)
Prof. Seepold

             

Friday .09.2018

Hours

Room

Activity

Responsible

10-13

F-128

Lab-Session: Introduction to Stress Detection

W.D. Scherz (M.Sc.)
Prof. Seepold

LUNCH

14-

F-128

Visit of HTWG-Lab, Solar Boat

Dr. A. Kirjuchin

             

Scientific Committee

  • Prof. Dr. Pavel Kozhin (Sechenov University)
  • Prof. Dr. Natividad Martínez Madrid (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Georgiy Lebedev (Sechenov University)
  • Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz)

 

Members of the Faculty

  • Prof. Dr. Oliver Burgert (Reutlingen University)
  • Dr. Lucien Clin (University of Tübingen)
  • Prof. Dr. Debora Coll-Mayor (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Cristóbal Curio (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Markus Juchems (Klinikum Konstanz9
  • Prof. Dr. Ralf Kemkemer (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Uwe Kloos (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Natividad Martínez Madrid (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Ilia Petrov (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Richard Schilling (Reutlingen University)
  • Dr. Sabine Schmidt-Weitmann (Medical Directorate, eHealth, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz)
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Thies (Reutlingen University)
  • Prof. Dr. Gabriela Tullius (Reutlingen University)
  • Porf. Dr. Chirsitan Wache (HTWG Konstanz)

 

Further Teaching Staff and Laboratory Support

  • Michael Essich (Reutlingen University)
  • Maksym Gaiduk (HTWG Konstanz)
  • Alexander Kirjuchin (HTWG Konstanz)
  • Isabel Leber (Bosch)
  • Daniel Scherz (HTWG Konstanz)
  • Thomas Walzer (Reutlingen University)
  • Markus Wiemuth (Reutlingen University)
 

Organisation Committee 

  • Maksym Gaiduk (HTWG Konstanz)
  • Daniel Scherz (HTWG Konstanz)
  • Thomas Walzer (Reutlingen University)

 

Portrait of Faculty Members and Contributors to the Summer School

 

Debora Coll Mayor

Prof. Dr. Debora Coll-Mayor (Reutlingen University)

Prof. Coll-Mayor is Professor for distributed energy systems and her expertise lies on the application of new technologies in the integration of distributed generation. Prof. Coll-Mayor has a master degree in mechanical engineering and a PhD in electrical engineering. She worked as business developing manager and senior expert engineer before joining the University. Prof. Coll-Mayor has participated also in different standardization and regulation bodies in Germany in the field of integration of distributed resources in electrical grids and is active member of different committees such as the smart energy committee of the German electric and electronic commission or the  blockchain initiative of the association of energy market and communication. She has participated in numerous project for developing innovative solutions in this field.

 

Kloos

Prof. Dr. Uwe Kloos (Reutlingen University)

Uwe Kloos is Professor for Computer Graphics and Visualization at Reutlingen University. He is also the Dean of the School for Informatics. Before he worked a couple of years at Hewlett-Packard and was responsible for the operation of worldwide distributed IT-infrastructure. His research focus is on working with and in Collaborative Virtual Environments. Together with a colleague he is responsible for the VRlab at Reutlingen University. The lab is a member of the Virtual Dimension Center (VDC), the largest VR-network in Germany.

 

Kemkemer

Prof. Dr. Ralf Kemkemer (Reutlingen University)

Professor for biophysics and biomaterials at Reutlingen University since 2012. Extensive research experience in biomaterials, cellular biophysics and biomedical sciences with co-affliation at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research (Group Leader). Industry experience in photonics and developing of optical devices.

 

Martinez Madrid 

Prof. Dr. Natividad Martínez Madrid (Reutlingen University)

Natividad Martínez Madrid is Director of the Laboratory Internet of Things and ot the the AAL-Living Lab at Reutlingen University. She is IEEE Member of EMC and member of the Steering Group for Smart Home&Living at the cluster lauched be the Ministry for Science, Research and Arts of Baden-Württemberg (Germany). Natividad is Vice-Dean for International Relationships of the University. She has more than 100 articles and several books published in the scientific research community. She has been coordinator of national and international research projects. Her research interests include the areas of Internet of Things, biomedical computing and Ambient Assisted Living.

 

Schmidt Sabine

Dr. Sabine Schmidt-Weitmann (Medical Directorate, eHealth, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland)

Consultant at the University Hospital Zurich/Switzerland, eHealth. Fifteen years of experience in telemedicine and lecturer at the University Zurich, Faculty of Medicine. Main focus of research includes the acceptance and feasibility of virtual patient consultation of different types of information and communication technologies including the telemonitoring of vital data. The evaluation of the effects on the health literacy of patients are of special interest.

 

Seepold

Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz)

Ralf Seepold is Professor for Ubiquitous Computing at HTWG Konstanz. Ralf is Director of the Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory at HTWG where the main research lines are: Biomedical Computing, Mobile Computing, Smart Home & Living and Automotive Computing. He is Member of  IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, member of the Working Group Telemedicine in the German Sleep Society (DGSM), Steering Group Member and Founding Member for the Smart Home&Living Society and Coordinator of the Working Group ‘Modularity’. Ralf is leader of the Home Health Living Lab project and scientific advisor for the Online Learning Environment for the Electronic healthcare project.

 

Wache Christian

Prof. Dr. Christian Wache (HTWG Konstanz) 

Christian Wache is Professor of Health Informatics with focus on Medical Informatics at the HTWG Constance, where he teaches among others "Clinical Information Systems" and "Telemedicine and eHealth". Before, he worked as a consultant at iSOFT Health GmbH and was responsible for the entire international product range as a member of management at MEIERHOFER AG. He is active in various committees, e.g. deputy head of the GMDS working group "Information Systems in Health Care (KIS)" or in the DMEA congress advisory board.

 

Informatics inside

Human-Centered Computing

Reutlingen, May 2018. Computer science students of the University of Reutlingen in the program Human-Centered Computing organize each spring the conference "Informatics Inside", in which current and exciting work in the field of computer science as well as interdisciplinary are presented.

Mobile Health Devices

Challenges in smart and wearable sensor design for mobile health

Granada, April 2018. The analysis of data streams captured with biomedical sensors can be performed as an embedded procedure within the sensor or sensor network or at a later stage in a receiving system. Currently, several systems reduce the number of signals monitored via sensors (e.g. when using wearable devices) in order to save energy. In this case, the preprocessing task is embedded into the sensor or close to it. As a result, less data is transferred but pattern matching becomes more complex since cross-reference data is missing and computing power is limited. This session presents new and emerging approaches. Prof. Dr. Martïnez Madrid (Reulingen), Prof. Dr. Ortega (Sevilla), Prof. Dr. Seepold (HTWG Konstanz) openeing the scientific session at IWBBIO 2018.

IWBBIO2018 Chairs

Special Session Chairs: Prof. Dr. Martínez Madrid, Prof. Dr. Seepold, Prof. Dr. Ortega  (l.t.r.)

Finally, seven papers qualified for presentation after passing the blind peer-review process. The group from the Ubiquitous Comouting Lab at HTWG Konstanz successfully contributed to three papers. The scientific work is a result of the running cooperation with three well-known research partner institutions: Prof. Dr. Mikhail Kramm form the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Natitonal Research University), Prof. Dr. Simone Orcioni and Prof. Dr. Massimo Conti from the University Politecnica delle Marche in Ancona, Prof. Dr. Juan Antonio Ortega from the University of Seville and Prof. Dr. Thomas Penzel from the Sleep Medicine Center of Charité Hospital in Berlin.

Reconstruction of equivalent electrical sources on heart surface
Mikhail Kramm, Ralf Seepold, Galina Zhikhareva, Oleg Bodin, Anton Chernikov, Jana Kuprijanova and Natalija Zhuravleva

A review of health monitoring systems using sensors on bed or cushion
Simone Orcioni, Massimo Conti, Natividad Martinez Madrid, Maksym Gaiduk and Ralf Seepold

Sensor-mesh-based system with application on sleep study
Maksym Gaiduk, Bruno Vunderl, Ralf Seepold, Juan Antonio Ortega and Thomas Penzel

 

Mesh

Maksym Gaiduk presenting the new hardware for the sensor-mesh-based system with application on sleep study

 

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  • IWBBIO2018_Chairs
  • Mesh
  • Natividad-Martinez-Madrid
  • Viacheslav-Antsiperov

 

Student Excursion to Russia

Call for participants

February, 2018. The Faculties Computer Science and Electrical Engineering and Information Technology prepare a student excursion to partner institutions and companies in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The excursion will cover the domains of informatics, medicine and electrical engineering. 

Are you interested? The list will be available from 10 a.m. on February 21, 2018 at the office F-127. Please bring your valid student ID card with you for personal entry in the list of applicants.

Факультеты "Информатика" и "Электротехника и информационные технологии" планируют студенческую экскурсию в партнерские учреждения и компании в Москве и Санкт-Петербурге. Встречи в рамках экскурсии будут посвящены областям информатики, медицины и электротехники.

Вы заинтересованы? Список для записи будет доступен с 10 утра 21 февраля 2018 года в офисе F-127. Пожалуйста, не забудьте свою действительную идентификационную карточку студента для личной записи в списке претендентов.

Workshop on Personalized and Portable monitoring of Bio vital parameters in Real-time – PPBR

Results from personalized and portable monitoring 

Konstanz, December 2017. The overall scientific goal of the collaboration between HTWG Konstanz (Prof. Dr. Seepold), Slovak University of Technology (Prof. Dr. Lehocki) and Reutlingen University (Prof. Dr. Martínez Madrid) is to detect and analyze a person's emotion with the help of a sensor network in order to support diagnostic decisions. In this project, emotion detection requires personalized analysis of a multi-dimensional set of parameters in real-time. The set of acquired parameters include different bio vital data (like ECG, EEG, skin conductivity, etc.) together with non- bio vital data (like location, movement/activity detection, activity in social media, etc.). These parameters are stored in a time-series of multidimensional matrices. Different parameters of both types (vital and non-vital) can be combined in subsets to perform pattern-based emotion recognition. For example, stress is associated with certain ECG-patterns (increased heart rate), and the recognized activity (for example running) can be used to strengthen or weaken (as in this case) the emotion recognition result.

Research collaboration with Università Politecnica delle Marche

System for EMG/ECG measurements

Ancona, September, 2017. Within the research cooperation with Università Politecnica delle Marche (Italy) sharing of experiences in measurement and processing of biovital data is taking place for already many years. During the last of regular research stays in Ancona the new wireless system for EMG/ECG measurments was presented by Prof. Paolo Crippa for the researchers from University of Konstanz.

Smart-Future-Living-Bodensee (Tagung)

Tagung: Smart-Future-Living-Bodensee

Die Hochschule Konstanz veranstaltet gemeinsam mit der Züricher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften eine Fachtagung mit dem Titel „Smart-Future-Living Bodensee“ in Konstanz. Die Konferenz beschäftigt sich mit der Fragestellung, in wie weit die neuesten Technologien das zukünftige Leben in Smart Homes unterstützt und was zu tun ist, um den Markt der breiten Öffentlichkeit zu erschließen.

Eine maßgebliche Herausforderung der Zukunft, wie sie auch die Vereinten Nationen in ihrer Agenda 2030 beschreiben, kann nur durch die gezielte Vernetzung diverser Fachrichtungen gelingen. Insbesondere der nachhaltigere Umgang mit den uns zur Verfügung stehenden Ressourcen muss die Industriestaaten in den kommenden Jahrzehnten beschäftigen. Die Konferenz „Smart-Future-Living Bodensee“ soll einen Beitrag hierzu leisten. Hierbei sollen renommierte Vertreter/innen aus der Industrie und der Wissenschaft, aber auch Nachwuchswissenschaftler/innen über die einschlägigen Disziplinen hinweg sich in dem Bereich austauschen. So soll der Grundstein für Strategien und Projekte gelegt werden, welche nicht nur grenzüberschreitend, sondern auch interdisziplinär für eine zukunftsweisende Forschungsarbeit im Bodenseeraum stehen.

Der Grundgedanke der Konferenz ist, dass jede Disziplin schon heute für sich gesehen über die notwendigen Technologien verfügt, um einen angemessenen Ressourcenverbrauch in unserem täglichen Leben zu realisieren und dabei die Lebensqualität, zum Beispiel auch mit Lösungsansätzen aus dem Assisted Living, zu erhöhen. Ziel der Konferenz ist der Wissenstransfer über die Disziplinen und Grenzen hinweg. So sollen die persönlichen Kontakte zu grenzüberschreitenden Folgeprojekten führen.

 

Zielgruppen

Die Tagung richtet sich an folgende Zielgruppen

  • Industrie, Handwerk, Baugenossenschaften, Fachplaner
  • Pflegedienstleister, Krankenkassen, Sozialverbände
  • Öffentliche Verwaltung
  • Clusterinitiativen und Vereine
  • Forschung und Wissenschaft

Im Anschluss an die Veranstaltung wird ein Tagungsband erstellt.

 

Programm ( U P D A T E ! )

 

09:00   Registrierung                         

10:00   Eröffnung                    

Franz Baumgartner (ZAHW), Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz)            

10:05   Grußwort

               Prof. Dr.-Ing. C. Manz; Präsident, HTWG Konstanz

10:10   Smart Home & Living: Ergebnisse und Strategie der Clusterinitiative         

Rathfelder, Christoph; Smart Home & Living Baden-Württemberg e.V.

10:40   Computer-basierende Unterstützungsmechanismen für motorisches Lernen in der Pflege           

Dürr, Maximilian; Universität Konstanz

11:10   Technologietransfermanagement im Themenfeld Smart Home & Living im Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis

Inthasane, Bastian; Landratsamt Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis

11:40   Do-it-Yourself: Architektur ambienter Assistenzsysteme als ChatBots für Selbstbauer

            Judt, Andreas; DHBW Ravensburg

11:55   Smart Home & Living Geschäftsmodelle für Handwerks- und Sozialunternehmen     

Braun, Cathrin; Elektro Technologie Zentrum

12:25   Ergänzende Technologien in der Home-Technik – vom stationären zum mobilen Sicherheitsdispositiv    

Loonen, Jack; NESTOR AG

12:55   Mittagssnack                         

14:00   Connected Kitchen: Wie sieht die Zukunft von Essen und Kochen aus?     

Jacob, Jessica; Tielsa GmbH

14:30   Smarte Stromspeicher für das Solar-Haus der Zukunft        

Baumgartner, Franz; ZHAW School of Engineering

14:45   Nicht-invasive Schlafanalyse durch intelligente Sensorik    

Gaiduk, Maksym; HTWG Konstanz

15:00   Forschungsprojekt C/sells     

Peter, Kristian; International Solar Energy Research Center Konstanz e.V.

15:15   Das Living Lab für assistives Wohnen der Hochschule Kempten     

Fuchs, Dominik; HS Kempten

15:30   Pause                         

16:00   Intelligentes Monitoring als Basis für verbesserten Komfort und Energieeinsparung         

Frick, Jürgen; Materialprüfungsanstalt Universität Stuttgart

16:15   Lehrstunden aus der Implementierung (von SmartHome / AAL Lösungen)  

Werner, Tobias; Fachhochschule Vorarlberg

16:30   Das Wohnzimmer als Ort der Therapie         

Fuchs, Dominik; HS Kempten

16:45   Testung technischer Assistenzsysteme in der natürlichen Wohnumgebung älterer Nutzer/innen

Pauli, Cora; FHS St. Gallen, Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaft, Interdisziplinäres Kompetenzzentrum Alter

17:00   Das LebensPhasenHaus: Ein Ort für Forschung, Demonstration und Wissenstransfer        

Evans, Sandra; Universität Tübingen

17:15   Effizienzsteigerung von Photovoltaik Batteriesteuerung durch geschicktes Load Monitoring       

Baumann, Patrick; ZHAW

17:30   A review of health monitoring systems using sensors on bed or cushion    

Orcioni, Simone; Universitá Politecnica delle Marche

17:45   Abschluss und Verabschiedung                                 

Veranstaltungsinfos

Datum: Freitag 24. November 2017

Uhrzeit: 10 - 18 Uhr

Ort: HTWG Konstanz, Raum L-007 

 

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Tagungsort / Anreise

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Wissenschaftliche Leitung
  • Prof. Dr. Massimo Conti (Universita Politecnica delle Marche) 
  • Prof. Dr. Natividad Martínez Madrid (Fachbereich Informatik, Hochschule Reutlingen)
  • Prof. Dr. Simone Orcioni (Universita Politecnica delle Marche)
  • Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold (Fachbereich Informatik, HTWG)
  • Prof. Dr. Franz Baumgartner (Zürcher Hochschule ZHAW Schweiz, IEFE SoE)

 

Organisation

  • Maksym Gaiduk
  • W. Daniel Scherz

 

Kontaktperson

Herr Maksym Gaiduk

HTWG Konstanz
Alfred-Wachtel-Straße 8
78462 Konstanz

Telefon: +49 7531 206-703
Email: maksym.gaiduk[AT]htwg-konstanz.de

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Ferngesteuerte Elektroautos selbst fahren

Schüler des SummerCamps 2017 entwickeln eine Steuerung für E-Autos

Konstanz, Juli 20, 2017. Prof. Im Rahmen der gemeinsamen Veranstaltung von HTWG und Uni Konstanz entwickeln die Schüler auf dem Camp der HTWG eine Fernsteuerung für batteriegetriebene Elektroautos. Die Fahrzeuge werden auf Basis einer Intel Edison-Plattform programmiert und anschließend mit einem Playstation-Kontroller gesteuert.

Modulare horizontale Vernetzung eingebettet in eine Smart Service Welt

Modular horizontal networking embedded in a Smart Service World

Dormbirn, June 22, 2017. Prof. Dr. Seepold reported about the work of the regional cluster Smart Home & Living Baden-Württemberg e.V. during the uDay 2017 event organized by FH Vorarlberg. The main results of the working groups Modularity and Communication have been presented. The first group is chaired by Prof. Seepold and the second one by Prof. Martínez Madrid from Reutlingen University.

A Sensor Grid for Pressure and Movement Detection

Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection

Seville/Granada, April 28, 2017. Maksym Gaiduk reported during the IWBBIO conference about the first prototype of a sensor grid for pressure and movement detection. The system represented in this work classifies respiration and body movement with only one type of sensor and also in a non-invasive way. The sensor used is a pressure sensor. This sensor is low cost and can be used for commercial proposes. The system was tested by carrying out an experiment that recorded the sleep process of a subject.

Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection Techniques

Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection

Konsanz, March 23, 2017. Non-invasive Sleep Phase Detection by Using Pressure-Sensitive Sensors was the topic of the presentation of Agnes Klein's Master Thesis. Agnes says that she investigated on a new approach to classify sleep phases, based on the parameters of body movement, heartbeat and respiration. She would like to propose her approach as a first step to offer light-weighted alternatives to classical overnight polysomnography (PSG). She could show that even with a reduced set of parameters mean agreement ratios of sleep phases detection can lead to promising results. The work has been supervised in cooperation by Prof Dr. Ralf Seepold (HTWG Konstanz) and Prof. Dr. Thomas Penzel (Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin).

Lecture start / Vorlesungsbeginn: Summer 2017

The lecture start may differ from the regular lecture plan, please check below. 
Die Einführungsveranstaltungen können vom regulären Vorlesungsplan abweichen. Bitte überprüfen Sie die u.a. Liste.

Lecture/Vorlesung  Start/Beginn   Time/Uhrzeit   Room/Raum  Remarks / Bemerkungen
Seminar: InnovationLab (MSI) 23-03-2017 17:30 F-128 Seminar for Informatik Master (MSI)
Automotive Software Engineering (AIT) 15-03-2017 08:00 F-022 Start of lecture
Real Time Operating System and Distributed Systems (AIT) 17-03-2017 08:00 F-128 Start of lecture
Ubiquitous Computing (AIN) 16-03-2017 08:00 F-023 Start of lecture

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