We will be holding an online webinar for UK Biomedical Acoustics SIG on Friday 26th June 2020 between 13:00-17:00.
We hope to see as many of you as possible on the day – please invite your students, co-workers, post docs or anyone else with an interest in biomedical acoustics area. Please register for the event on Eventbrite. We hope that you can join us.
There is no charge to attend this online seminar.
Agenda for online seminar is given below.
13:00 “Biomedical applications of acoustic tweezers”, Professor Bruce Drinkwater, University of Bristol.
13:25 “Roles and state-of-the-art of modern signal processing of acoustical signal in biomedical engineering”, Dr Francis Li, University of Salford.
13:50- 14:00 Coffee break & Q&A
14:00 “Promoting audio-frequency monitoring of health”, Professor Keith Attenborough, Open University.
14:25 “Diagnosing noisy arthritic knees by microphones”, Dr David Cheneler, University of Lancaster.
14:50 – 15:00 Coffee break & Q&A
15:00 “Acoustic monitoring of COVID-19 severity”, Professor Anna Barney, University of Southampton.
15:25 “Modelling the Vibroacoustic Characteristics of Long Bone to Predict Osteoporosis”, Mr Jamie Scanlan, University of Salford.
15:50 “Correlating information from acoustic and biomechanical signals to detect and monitor injuries to human knee joints”, Dr Gordon Hunter, Kingston University.
16:15 – 17:00 Discussion about future of Biomedical Acoustics in UK.
Please let us know if you have any questions by writing to Anna Barney email@example.com or Haydar Aygun firstname.lastname@example.org.