A-PATCH project Final Seminar is here! Join other researchers, public authorities and industry partners to network, knowledge sharing, and creative discussions on e-health! The A-Patch Final Seminar will take place from Tuesday morning 7 June to Wednesday evening 8 June in
A-Patch consortium meeting was planned to be in Finland at the beginning of June, but due to COVID19 it was arranged as Zoom meeting. Nevertheless, we had very fruitful and, as you can see from our smiley faces, very enjoyable
Thin film electronics paves path to connect trillion objects in creating the internet-of-everything -Prashant Agrawal
Tuberculosis detection via a wearable device based on nano-sensors - Rotem Vishinkin and Hossam Haick A Multifunctional Electronic Skin Empowered with Damage Mapping and Local Acceleration of Self-Healing - Muhammad Khatib and Hossam Haick
Human centric wearable technologies for smart health - Charlotte Kjellander
A Multifunctional Electronic Skin Empowered with Damage Mapping and Autonomic Acceleration of Self-Healing in Designated Locations - Muhammad Khatib, Orr Zohar, Walaa Saliba, and Hossam Haick
Health patch platform for mobile monitoring of vital signs- Charlotte Kjellander
First review meeting and second GA + Board meeting.
A-Patch was introduced during this workshop to the wearable devices community.
Digital Health Transformation: Ethical and Social Implications, Giovanna Sanchez Nieminen and Janika Miettinen
Responsibility by Design poster, workshop  presentation and summit poster - Veikko Ikonen, Janika Miettinen, Giovanna Sanchez Nieminen
Thin film ASICs for flexible wearables - Prashant Agrawal
Responsibility by Design poster - Veikko Ikonen, Janika Miettinen and Giovanna Sanchez Nieminen
Thin film electronics for next generation IoT sensors applications - Prashant Agrawal -imec
Ethical design of technology R&D — experiences from H2020 health technology projects - Janika Miettinen, Minna Kulju and Veikko Ikonen
Impacts of Digital Health Technologies to Health Equity - Giovanna Sanchez Nieminen & Janika Miettinen, VTT
The purpose of this meeting was to discuss the clinical and ethical aspects related to the study. Furthermore, a plan for stakeholder engagement activities was created based on discussion and interviews of doctors and their connections to other TB programs
During 15 mAY 2019, all A-PATCH partners attended the first GA & Board meeting of the project. This was the first meeting face-to-face. During the meeting, each partner presented their progress and future work. during the day, an open discussion
The first annual conference on Wearable Devices for Medical Diagnosis was held in Technion during May 2019. Researchers all around the world attended this conference, as well as industry represents, and start-up companies. The conference focus on the detection of
Multi-Functional Soft Sensors with Autonomic Self-Healing Ability - Muhammad Khatib and Hossam Haick