Dan Istrate

Keynote Speaker 2

Ambient assisting living and biomedical sensors: architecture, communication and data fusion

Dan Istrate received his PhD degree in signal processing from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (INPG), Grenoble, France, in 2003. He has obtained his habilitation to conduct research (HDR) diploma in 2011 from Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne. Currently is responsible of the EBiomed (Biomedical connected tools) in the framework of Institut Universitaire de l’Ingénierie de la Santé (IUIS) from Sorbonne Universités. His main research topics are: sound environment analysis, multimodal data fusion using fuzzy logics and evidential networks, real time implementation on embedded systems. Dan Istrate works currently on a FUI project EMonitor’age which develop a remote monitoring system for nursing homes and on an ANR project ESwallHome which work on the rehabilitation at home for patient after stroke. He is participated to 6 National, 1 European and 2 International Projects like: CompanionAble (FP7), QuoVADis (TecSan2008) and Sweet-Home (VERSO2009). He supervises 5 PhD students.