COMMISSION EUROPEENE

WASTCARD

Wrist and Arm Sensing Technologies for Cardiac Arrhythmias Detection in Long Term Monitoring
Coordinateur: 
UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER
Responsable: 
Eric MCADAMS (INL)

Abnormal heart rhythms are a major cause of cardiovascular disease and death in Europe. Sudden cardiac death accounts for 50% of cardiac mortality in developed countries; ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation is the commonest underlying arrhythmia. In the ambulatory population, atrial fibrillation is the commonest one, and is associated with increased risk of stroke and heart failure, particularly in the aged population. If arrhythmias are detected at an early stage of heart disease, appropriate treatment can be effective, reducing disability and death.

Enjeu: 
Santé Globale et Bioingénierie
Partenaires: 
INSA LYON - INL
INTELESENS
WATERFORD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SD INFORMATIKA
SOUTHERN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE TRUST
UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB
Financement: 
COMMISSION EUROPEENE
tags: 
LONG-TERM WEARABLE SENSORS
ECG DENOISING TECHNIQUES

PBNV2

Approches de nouvelle génération pour le bruit de passage des nouveaux groupes motopropulseurs des véhicules
Coordinateur: 
KU LEUVEN
Responsable: 
Nicolas TOTARO (LVA)

Projet PBNV2

Enjeu: 
Transport : Structures, Infrastructures et Mobilités
Partenaires: 
INSA LYON - LVA
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
AUSTRIAN INSITUTE OF TECNOLOGY GMBH
KOMPETENZZENTRUM – DAS VIRTUELLE FAHRZEUG, FORSCHUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
SIEMENS INDUSTRY SOFTWARE
GOODYEAR S.A.
TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE
EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH PARTNERS ASSOCIATION
FORUM OF EUROPEAN NATIONAL HIGHWAY RESEARCH LABORATORIES
SINT-MARTINUSSCHOLEN HERK-DE-STAD
ROBERT BOSCH GMBH
APPLUS IDIADA AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
LEUVEN INC
Financement: 
COMMISSION EUROPEENE

CARTHER

Nanomatériaux à base de carbone pour l'application théranostique
Coordinateur: 
INSA LYON - INL
Responsable: 
Vladimir LYSENKO

CARTHER : Projet Européen H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015

Enjeu: 
Santé Globale et Bioingénierie
Partenaires: 
UNIVERSITE D'ASTON (GB)
RAY TECHNIQUES LTD
SCIENCE PARK UNIVERSITE DE KEV
Financement: 
COMMISSION EUROPEENE
tags: 
BIO IMAGERIE MULTI MODALE
NANOMATERIAUX DE CARBONE