Wearable and implantable sensor systems have been a unifying theme for the annual Body Sensors Network (BSN) symposium since its conception by Guang-Zhong Yang at Imperial College in 2004. However, each year the meeting takes on the unique character and specialization of the local venue; the BSN 2016 meeting in the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) Mission Bay conference center focused on neuroscience applications including stress and behavior monitoring and chronic disease management.
In this issue, vol. 22, issue 1, January 2018, 5 papers have been published related to the Special Section 13th Body Sensor Networks Symposium. Please click below to view them in IEEE XPLORE.
- A Self-Calibrated Tissue Viability Sensor for Free Flap Monitoring
Berthelot, Melissa; Yang, Guang-Zhong; Lo, Benny
- Self-Powered Multiparameter Health Sensor
Tobola, Andreas; Leutheuser, Heike; Pollak, Markus; Spies, Peter; Hofmann, Christian; Weigand, Christian; Eskofier, Bjoern; Fischer, Georg
- Monitoring Chewing and Eating in Free-Living Using Smart Eyeglasses
Zhang, Rui; Amft, Oliver
- EHDC: An Energy Harvesting Modeling and Profiling Platform for Body Sensor Networks
Fan, Dawei; Lopez Ruiz, Luis; Gong, Jiaqi; Lach, John
- Understanding the Physiological Significance of Four Inertial Gait Features in Multiple Sclerosis
Dandu, Sriram Raju; Engelhard, Matthew; Qureshi, Asma; Gong, Jiaqi; Lach, John; Brandt-Pearce, Maite; Goldman, Myla