Special Issue "Intelligence Flexible Sensing Devices for Healthcare Monitoring"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2023) | Viewed by 452
Interests: biomedical engineering; biophotonics; biosensor; machine learning; federated learning; and health informatics
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The emergence of various deadly diseases and their high-cost treatments has encouraged researchers and scientists to consider alternatives for sensing and anticipating basic parameter variations, such as glucose, pressure, albumin, haemoglobin, etc. Such an ideology would be more engraved by flexible or wearable compact biosensors concurrent between sensing mechanisms to the surface of the human body. Wearable technology primarily depends upon physical and chemical sensors attached to the body to sense body temperature, pressure, motion, biomolecules, ions, electrical stimulations, etc. Newly developed stretchable, phase-change, flexible and biomaterials play a vital role in the design and practical realization of wearable devices. In noble materials, excelling compact intelligent sensor devices mostly attract researchers wishing to utilize them in many applications, such as in defect sensors in civil engineering, brain emotion signal-detecting sensors, eye liquid dryness sensors, etc. Applications in computational reconfigurable biosensors or intellectual-property-assisted sensors have emerged as mainstays of smart IoT-based healthcare systems. The evolvement of flexible or reconfigurable compact biosensors resolves challenges including the prediction and treatment of numerous diseases, e.g., mental disorders (particularly schizophrenia, depression, and dementia), liver chronic infection, myocardial infarction (MI), heart diseases, viral infections (COVID-19), etc.
This Special Issue aims to highlight recent advances in computational intelligence and machine-learning-based biosensors, with the purpose of inviting original research articles addressing security and sustainability issues concerning advanced intelligent biosensors. We would like to invite researchers to submit their state-of-the-art technologies and ideas covering all aspects of computational intelligence-based wearable devices for healthcare applications. Review articles are also welcome.
Submissions should address certain issues in wearable devices for health monitoring, including, but not limited to, the following topics:
- IoT biosensors using computational intelligence;
- Computational intelligence and AI-based biosensing devices;
- Wearable electrochemical biosensors;
- Two-dimensional material compact biosensors;
- Wearable photonics biosensors;
- Neurophotonics biosensors;
- Wearable self-powered biosensors;
- Wearable reconfigurable biosensors;
- Biosensors and chemical sensors for continuous health monitoring.
Dr. Kawsar Ahmed
Dr. Vigneswaran Dhasarathan
Manuscript Submission Information
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