[robotics-worldwide] Special issue of IEEE Trans on Mechatronics: Sensing Technologies for Biomechatronics

etienne burdet eburdet at gmail.com
Wed Oct 13 17:20:41 PDT 2010


Stefan, Jan, Michael,
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worldwide list?
thank you, etienne


> Call for Papers
>
> Focused Section on Sensing Technologies for Biomechatronics
>
> Recent advances in sensing technology have produced exciting new  
> ideas in the growing field of biomechatronic devices. The successful  
> integration of such devices requires thorough understanding of not  
> only mechanical and electrical components, but also related  
> physiology, biology, and neuroscience. This Focused Section of the  
> IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (TMECH) is dedicated to the  
> new advances in modeling, design, fabrication, analysis,  
> implementation, and validation of such sensors and related  
> technologies for biomedical applications. Multidisciplinary papers  
> are encouraged to submit. Potential topics include but are not  
> limited to:
>  Novel sensing principles
>  Novel calibration techniques
>  Biologically inspired sensors
>  Sensors for biomedical applications (rehabilitation, healthcare  
> monitoring, etc)
>  In-vivo measurement of cells
>  Measurement of bio-signals (EMG, EEG, MEG, etc)
>  Wearable sensors
>  Motion capturing
>  Ultrasonic imaging
>  MRI/fMRI compatible sensors
>  Stereo or multiple vision systems
>  Chemical sensors
>  MEMS sensors
>
> Manuscript Submission
> Please submit the manuscripts in PDF format to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tmech-ieee/ 
> , and indicate on your cover letter that “This paper is submitted  
> for possible publication in the Focused Section on Sensing  
> Technologies for Biomechatronics.” Instructions for authors are  
> available online at: http://www.ieee-asme-mechatronics.org. The  
> papers should contain both the theoretical and practical/ 
> experimental results and are subject to the TMECH review procedures.  
> If you have any questions relating to this Focused Section, please  
> email one of the guest editors.
> Important Dates: November 1, 2010 Paper Submission
> February 1, 2011 Completion of First Review
> March 15, 2011 Submission of Revised Paper
> June 1, 2011 Completion of Final Review
> July 1, 2011 Submission of Final Manuscripts and Copyright Forms
> October 2011 Publication
>
>
> Guest Editors Jun Ueda
> School of Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology
> Atlanta
> USA
> E-mail: jun.ueda at me.gatech.edu
> Etienne Burdet
> Department of Bioengineering
> Imperial College, London
> London
> UK
> E-mail: e.burdet at imperial.ac.uk
> Jean-Luc Gennisson
> Institut Langevin - Ondes et Images ESPCI ParisTech Paris
> France Email: jl.gennisson at espci.fr
> Makoto Kaneko Department of Mechanical Engineering Osaka University  
> Suita Japan E-mail: mk at mech.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp
> Alex Mihailidis
> Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
> University of Toronto
> Toronto
> Canada
> E-mail: alex.mihailidis at utoronto.ca


Etienne Burdet, Ph.D.
e.burdet at imperial.ac.uk
http://www.bg.ic.ac.uk/staff/burdet

Department of Bioengineering
Imperial College London
SW7 2AZ London, UK






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