IEEE dan – praznovanje obletnice dogodka, ko so se inženirji z vsega sveta leta 1884 prvič združili z namenom deljenja in širjenja tehničnih idej.
Letošnji globalni dogodek povezuje rdeča nit »Kako izkoristiti tehnologijo za boljši jutri«. IEEE se kot mednarodno združenje inženirjev ozira predvsem na tisto tehnologijo, ki v industrijsko uporabo šele prihaja. Da tehnologija, ki lahko izboljša naš vsakdan, ne ostane le v neprebranih člankih in rokah znanstvenikov, pa si tukaj TI, jaz in mi vsi!
V torek, 22. 11. 2019, ob 14h v predavalnico P06-B0 (poleg diplomske sobe) dobrodošel vsak, ki ga tehnološki napredek in z njim povezane aktivnosti vsaj malo zanimajo.
Slovenska sekcija IEEE in njena Študentska veja Ljubljana bosta predstavili svoje delovanje, organiziranost in različne možnosti vključevanja posameznikov.
Za inženirki del bo poskrbel doc. dr. Anton Kos (IEEE Communications Chapter Chair) s krajšim strokovnim predavanjem na temo senzorskih sistemov v športu.
Vljudno vabljeni na predavanje doc. dr. Nadice Miljković, ki bo v petek, 5. aprila 2019, ob 10h v diplomski sobi Fakultete za elektrotehniko, Univerze v Ljubljani.
Title: Biosignals for assessment of cybersickness
Abstract: The talk will explore a variety of available biosignals for quantitative assessment of motion sickness. Specific focus will be given to the assessment of cybersickness, being a special case of motion sickness induced by virtual reality and simulator experiences. Cybersickness is not just an interesting phenomenon that deserves to be explored; it’s also a major stumbling block for the wider application of virtual reality. Recent boost of scientific interest in well known method to record biosignals related to gastric motility (electrogastrography, EGG) might just suit the need for objective assessment of this unpleasant phenomenon. Results of a recent case study with aim at assessment of cybersickness by EGG will be presented together with pathways and pitfalls for future EGG application.
Bio: Nadica Miljković is Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade – School of Electrical Engineering at the Signals and Systems Department with rich experience in biomedical engineering. Her main research areas include biosignal processing and acquisition, feature extraction, computer-aided diagnosis, electrophysiology, and rehabilitation engineering. Currently, she teaches undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD courses from the fields of medical instrumentation, biosignal processing, clinical engineering, and electrical measurements. She was engaged in R&D projects aiming at design of novel therapeutic and diagnostic devices in industry for more than 6 years. Dr Miljković’s main scientific contributions are related to the (1) application of multi-array electrodes in both biosignal measurements and electrical stimulation and (2) development of novel assessment methods based on measurement and analysis of biosignals in humans.
Vabljenemu predavanju doc. dr. Nadice Miljković bo sledila “hands-on” predstavitev EGG meritev.
Vabljenemu predavanju doc. dr. Nadice Miljković bo sledila “hands-on” predstavitev EGG meritev v prostoru DrivingSimulator-A04, na Fakulteti za elektrotehniko Univerze v Ljubljani.
Hands-on electrogastrography (EGG) measurement aiming at electro-physiological assessment during driving simulation will be held by Nenad Popović, PhD student at the University of Belgrade – School of Electrical Engineering. All attendees will acquire practical “how-to” instruction in key skills required for preparation and EGG signal acquisition in both static and dynamic conditions.
Nenad Popović is a PhD student at the University of Belgrade – School of Electrical Engineering. His main research interest relates to measurement and analysis of biosignals, specifically to EGG signals. Additionally, he has more than two years long experience as clinical engineer in private sector in Serbia.