New Research Discussion
A research discussion was held between PhysCon, Harvard’s Biomedical Systems Engineering Research Group, Heim Pál Children’s hospital and the Hungarian Diabetes Association.
About Research Group
The Physiological Controls Research Center (PhysCon) works on the interdisciplinary field of biomedical engineering mostly on the physiological modeling, simulation, and control domain, efficiently supporting the progress of medical science (both in terms of research and clinical practice) with actual knowledge of engineering sciences.
How does the artificial pancreas work?
An artificial pancreas would automatically control levels of glucose in the bloodstream.
The first IEEE Societal Automation conference was held between the 4th and 6th of September. The purpose of the conference is to open new perspectives
Prof. Levente Kovács presented his invited paper, “Taming cancer: is it possible?” at the BIT’s 10th Annual World Cancer Congress in Barcelona, May 19-21, 2017.