The full lineup of speakers will be announced soon.
Lecturer in Swarm Robotics
Head of Human Locomotion Laboratory
Senior Lecturer in Bioengineering
Lecturer in Digital Health
Royal Society Industry Fellow
Founder and Academic Director
Senior Clinical Research Associate
CEO & Co-Founder
Business Development Officer & Co-Founder
The main objective of BioMot, the project José Luis Pons is leading on, is to improve existing wearable robotic exoskeletons exploiting dynamic sensory-motor interactions and developing cognitive capabilities that can lead to symbiotic gait behaviour in the interaction of a human with a wearable robot.
Dr Vanessa Diaz and the medical researchers at the DISCIPLUS project want to create a future where every person has a virtual twin: 3D-modelled versions of medical patients that will exist in hospital databases to aid doctors in treating patients. Your virtual twin could be predicting your medical treatments in the future.
The Portable Eye Examination Kit (Peek) aims to improve opthalmic health in low-income countries by adapting smartphones with clip-on hardware and an app. Mario Giardini will share news on how the app scans eyes to help combat blindness.
Simon Schultz and his research team aim to understand how information is processed by brain circuitry to benefit society in two ways: to understand and treat brain disorders such as Alzheimers and to extracting basic principles of information processing that can be used to build better machines: new parallel computing architectures.
Francis Wells is a cardiothoracic surgeon at Papworth Hospital and an accomplished artist. He has studied in detail Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings of the heart and shows how Leonardo’s observations of the way the heart valves open and close are revelatory.
QuantuMDx has a working prototype for a device intended to quickly test a sample of blood, sputum or even tumor cells for genetic markers that provide information to guide a doctor's decisions on how to treat a patient. "We want to put a full diagnostic test into the palms of health professionals' hands," said Elaine Warburton.
Fitness trackers such as FuelBand, Jawbone, and Fitbit have led the way in familiarising consumers with wearable technology. Watchie, a device created with Concirrus, is designed to help alzheimer sufferers, it allows a wearer’s whereabouts to be located reliably, both indoors and outdoors, helping careers and comforting families.
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The summit will showcase the opportunities of accelerating technologies and their impact on health and medicine. How will advancing technologies such as telemedicine, stem cells, synthetic biology and robotics affect our future healthcare? Learn from global experts.
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