Biomedical Signalling Processing and Artifical Intelligence

Biomedical Signal Processing & AI research group

Biomedical Signal Processing and Artificial Intelligence

Personal Portable Health Technology for Biomedical Applications

We conduct research on advanced biomedical signal processing and machine learning for better solutions for individuals concerning monitoring, diagnostics, treatment, and health at home and when hospitalized. The focus is on analyzing-, processing-, and interpreting selected types of signals and data from humans inventing intelligent algorithms. Furthermore, we invent intelligent clinical support systems, and personal portable health technologies for private sphere and working life to monitor, interpret, treat and prevent diseases.

Major research projects:
Grand Solutions Innovation Foundation project WARD together with Rigshospitalet and Bispebjerg Hospital; to design and implement the future clinical support system for high-risk patients (team of 14 researchers).

North-Atlantic Brain Disease Research Program Stanford University-DTU Health Tech, RH; to design advanced biomedical signal processing algorithms & artificial intelligence algorithms for fast and robust diagnostics (team of 11 researchers).

Research topics, major:
Automatic biomarkers algorithms for brain diseases and sleep disorders, personal portable wireless health technologies for 24/7 monitoring of critical ill patients, personal portable health technologies for health & disease surveillance and -interpretation in daily life.

Major external research collaborators:
Stanford University, University of Copenhagen, McGill University Montreal, University of Marburg, University Medical Center of Goettingen, Medico-Technical companies, University Hospitals in Copenhagen, -Odense, and -Aarhus.

Funding agencies:
Grand Solution Innovation Foundation Project, Stanford University, Maersk Foundation, Danish Cancer Society, DTU, Copenhagen University Hospitals, Radiometer, Lundbeck, Isansys, University of Copenhagen, Bispebjerg University Hospital, and other funding agencies.


Contact

Helge Bjarup Dissing Sørensen
Groupleader, Associate Professor MSK, PhD
DTU Health Tech
+45 45 25 52 44