Technical Program

IF321: Medical Sensing and Monitoring

Session Type: Interactive
Time: Wednesday, July 10, 09:10 - 10:40
Location: Grand Ballroom
Session Chairs: Stavros Koulouridis, University of Patras and Lanlin Zhang, The Ohio State University
 
IF321.28: DESIGN REQUIREMENTS OF MICROWAVE SENSOR FOR PNEUMOTHORAX DIAGNOSIS
         Maria Christopoulou; University of Patras, Greece
         Stavros Koulouridis; University of Patras, Greece
 
IF321.29: AN IN-VIVO WRAP-AROUND PERMITTIVITY SENSOR FOR DEEP BIOLOGICAL TISSUE MONITORING
         Safa Salman; The Ohio State University, United States
         Lanlin Z. Lee; The Ohio State University, United States
         John L. Volakis; The Ohio State University, United States
 
IF321.30: FEASIBILITY OF BLOOD GLUCOSE ESTIMATION FROM REAL TIME MONITORING
         Matthew Sidley; Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
         Jayanti Venkataraman; Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
 
IF321.31: DESIGN OF COUPLING MEDIUM FOR PULMONARY EDEMA MICROWAVE DETECTION SYSTEM
         Sasan Ahdi Rezaeieh; University of Queensland, Australia
         Yingqian Tan; University of Queensland, Australia
         Amin Abbosh; University of Queensland, Australia
 
IF321.32: EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT MODEL FOR FINDING THE OPTIMUM FREQUENCY RANGE FOR THE DETECTION OF HEART FAILURE USING MICROWAVE SYSTEMS
         Sasan Ahdi Rezaeieh; University of Queensland, Australia
         Yingqian Tan; University of Queensland, Australia
         Amin Abbosh; University of Queensland, Australia
         Marco Antoniades; University of Queensland, Australia