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Unobtrusive systems and wearable technologies for medical applications

Submission Deadline: 31 December 2020 (closed)


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• Wearable sensing systems (including flexible and tattoo sensors and electronics)
• Unobtrusive sensing systems, techniques and methods
• Metrological characterization of wearable devices and unobtrusive monitoring systems
• Unobtrusive and wearable systems: prototypes and applications in medicine and sport science
• Sensor miniaturization and manufacturing techniques
• Data fusion or signal processing of body-related quantities
• Innovative applications and case studies
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