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H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015 CARDIALLY 691051

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Capturing and quantitative analysis of multi-scale multi-channel diagnostic data

We are proposing a four-year programme of knowledge transfer between Aston University (ASTON, UK), Universita Degli Studi Di Brescia (UNIBS, Italy), Diasens (Diasens, Serbia), and Novosibirsk State University (NSU, Russia). The aim of our interdisciplinary proposal is to bring together the unique expertise of participants to solve the important and challenging problem of heart failure prediction and diagnostic. Our transformative approach combines advanced methods of complex data analysis and novel diagnostic technologies to prevent highly damaging consequences of this deadly and disabling disease. Strong interdisciplinary nature of the project and a balance of industrial applications and fundamental science ensure a wide range of skill and knowledge transfer within the consortium. Working in close collaboration with our SME partner will allow early career researchers to gain an invaluable experience in bringing research to real life applications and to broaden their future career choices. The research has significant potential for life-changing applications in cardiology, especially relevant to adult and aging population. Solution to this problem will help to cut costs in European health care systems and improve quality of life of millions of people.

Coordinator 

ASTON UNIVERSITY  

Participants 

UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI BRESCIA 

DIASENS DOO BEOGRAD 

The CARDIALLY Consortium is organizing a Workshop on 29 August 2017 at PHOTOHICA 2017 VI International School and Conference on Photonics which will be held on 
28 August - 1 September 2017 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Workshop Programme

15:00–15:30        Dr. Ljupco Hadzievski/Diasens
                          Current status of the CARDIALLY project

15:30–16:00        Dr. Karina Litvinova/AMRI
                          Compact lasers for innovative non-invasive biomedical research and diagnostics

16:00–16:30        Dr.Nikita Tarasov/AIPT
                          Continuous Wavelet Analysis for Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Flutter detection

16:30–17:00        Dr. Fabio Baronio/UNIBS            
                          ECG Measures of Ventricular Fibrillation to Predict Defibrillation Outcome

16:00–16:30        Coffee break/Discussion                                            

17:30-18:00         Dr.Vladan Vukcevic, Diasens/ School of medicine, Belgrade University
                          Heart failure and clinical studies

18:00 – 18:30      Marjan Miletic/ Diasens
                          Ejection fraction calculation using multiparametric cardiac measurement system

18:30-19:00         Dr. Marija Ivanovic, Aleksandar Lazovic/Diasens
                          Design of the multichannel data acquisition device

19:00-19:30         Dr. Bosko Bojovic, Diasens
                          IP generation and commercialization perspectives of CARDIALLY project