Professor Maarten De Vos leads the computational Intelligence in Biomedical Monitoring Laboratory, we are based at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering. The emphasis of the group is on engineering intelligent solutions for perinatal care, sleep monitoring and mobile, real-life brain monitoring.
Maarten's group applies advanced signal processing and machine learning techniques to enhance our understanding of the human brain, to develop rehabilitation strategies and to provide (semi-) automated decision support systems for patient monitoring in different fields. As medical data is often highly dimensional, multimodal and temporally dense, a particular focus is on mining these available biotensors with a variety of data-driven tensor methods and tensor fusion.
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Sensors for heart and brain monitoring
Neonatal brain maturation, sleep disorders and health degeneration
Depression, psychiatric disorders, mood, GPS data, heart rhythm changes
Parkinson's and RBD patients
Tensor decompositions, deep learning and individualised machine learning
Affordable health for developing countries
There are currently no available positions. For further inquiries, email Prof. Maarten De Vos.