copenhagen wheel project

THE COPHENHAGEN WHEEL

Smart, responsive and elegant, the Copenhagen Wheel is a new emblem for urban mobility. It transforms ordinary bicycles quickly into hybrid e-bikes that also function as mobile sensing units. The Copenhagen Wheel allows you to capture the energy dissipated while cycling and braking and save it for when you need a bit of a boost. It also maps pollution levels, traffic congestion, and road conditions in real-time.

 

copenhagen wheel project.

PervasiveHealth 2012 – Call for Workshops

Useful to see the broad areas that the KB are researching in this area

  • Frameworks and Standards for Pervasive e-Health
  • Design and Implementation of e-health Systems
  • Reliability evaluation of Pervasive e-Health systems
  • Wearable and Implantable Sensors for Pervasive e-Health
  • Smart Sensors Protocols for e-Health
  • Tele-Medicine & Tele-Healthcare Systems,
  • System Architecture and Networking protocols for e-Health systems
  • Activity and Context Recognition for HealthCare applications
  • Data Fusion and Context elaboration in Pervasive HealthCare Environments
  • Challenges surrounding Data Mining and Data Quality in Pervasive HealthCare
  • Privacy and Security issues in HealthCare
  • Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems in Pervasive e-Health
  • Virtual reality approaches for rehabilitation
  • Human Computer Interaction, usability and acceptability for Pervasive e-Health systems
  • Home Monitoring and Ambient Assisted applications for HealthCare
  • Social implications of Pervasive HealthCare Technology
  • Users Modeling and Personalization in Mobile e-Health
  • Therapeutic Serious Games

via PervasiveHealth 2012 – Call for Workshops.

REF Impact pilot exercise

 

During 2010 the REF team ran a pilot exercise to test and develop proposals for assessing the impact of research in the REF.

The pilot exercise involved 29 UK higher education institutions submitting evidence of impact to be assessed by pilot expert panels in five REF units of assessment.

http://www.hefce.ac.uk/research/ref/impact/

Main Report: re01_10.pdf (application/pdf Object).