Ralf Seepold is Director of the Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory at HTWG and he is working on digital health and telemonitoring. Ralf is researching on sleep and sleep quality analysis as well as on heart rate variability detection for stress detection and avoidance. He is specialized on hardware and software solutions for biomedical signal monitoring and processing.
Radovan Stojanović leads International Doctoral Programme on Sustainable Development and Centre for Medical Electronics at University of Montenegro. Radovan is one of the pioneers in the introduction of Biomedical Engineering and related technologies in the Western Balkans.
Almir Badnjević was appointed as IEEE EMBS Distinguished lecturer. He holds senior status at the IEEE organization.
Almir Badnjević has a mandate (2018 – 2024) to serve as Board Member of the Clinical Engineering Division of the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) and mandate (2018 – 2022) to serve as Advisor for Regulatory Affairs and Treasurer of the EAMBES).
Arian Boci experienced team leader and consultant with a multidisciplinary background encompassing national and international experiences in the field of healthcare and social protection, especially focusing on system strengthening, strategic planning, policy analysis and research development, digital health services, mass media, and behaviour change communication.
George E. Dafoulas was trained in Internal Medicine and holds a Master in Business Administration in Health Services Management from the Nottingham Business School-Nottingham Trent University, UK. He is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Thessaly, Greece on the topic of Health Technology Assessment and was a visiting scholar in CSAIL-MIT, Cambridge-Boston, USA working on the topics of open source/open science for Global Health.
Goran Devedžić is professor at Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac, Serbia. His research interests focus on the advanced product and process development, industrial and medical application of soft computing techniques, and bioengineering.
Ivana Čuljak is working in the Teaching and research associate with the Department of Electronic Systems and Information Processing . Ivana Čuljak participated as a researcher in several projects in the biomedical field. Ivana Čuljak was visiting researcher at the University of Toronto. Ivana Čuljak’s research interests include sleep medicine, signal analysis, electronic design, and embedded systems.
Mircea Focsa is a specialist in Public Health, professor of Medical informatics and Biostatistics, EC expert for Horizon framework programmes, and editor of JMIR publications. He was involved as a member or team leader in several European and national research projects related to EHR systems (QREC, EHR-QTN, epSOS) and eLearning.
Natividad Martínez Madrid is head of the IoT Lab and Director of the AAL-Living Lab in Reutlingen. She is researching in wearable devices, biosignal acquisition and processing, big data and mobile health apps. Natividad is leading research work on sleep medicine and machine learning algorithms to support signal analysis and diagnosis processes.
Panagiotis Bamidis is a Professor of Medical Physics, Informatics and Medical Education and Director of the Lab of Medical Physics and Digital Innovation in the School of Medicine at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He designs, implements, and evaluates IT and Assistive Technologies systems that improve everyday activities of elderly or other vulnerable groups and improves their health or life quality or improves the education and training of health professionals.
Polina Mihova has a PhD in Computer and Communication Technology. Polina Mihova is a professor in Public health and a representative of the NBU for the Bulgarian Institute for Standardization. Polina Mihova’s main scientific interests are in the field of telemedicine, and development of mobile and software solutions in the field of medicine and healthcare.
Akhmadbek Asadov is researcher in the Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory. Akhmadbek is working on Morpheus project (non-invasive system for measuring parameters relevant to sleep quality)
Denisa Kriještorac works as an intern in the NGO MANT. Denisa graduated from University of Montenegro (Studies of applied computer engineering).