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12th International Conference on Body Area Networks

September 28–29, 2017 | Dalian, People's Republic of China

Prof. Wang Lei

TitleWearable body sensor network


Mature wearable devices, sufficient financing funds and the development of the hardware platform to promote wearable medical market booming, pulling the innovation and development of the medical electronic industry. The human body sensor network is one of the development trends of wearable devices. Wearable medical devices in health is an essential technical basis of health management. Healthcare, personal therapy oriented medical equipment, and remote health solutions have great application significance. The needs of remote medical care, special care and community medical groups and other service areas, and gradually become the focus of Academy and industry.

This report will combine the "wearable smart devices" and "mobile health." The contents involve the key technology of the common areas. Topics including Medical IC design, micro system integration, ECG information acquisition and processing, human communication, wearable motion information perception, a brief introduction of BSN technology with the application in Wearable devices, and medical in the robot are going to be illustrated.



Wang Lei, Researcher, deputy director of the Institute of Biomedical and Health Engineering, director of Research Center for Medical Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgical Instruments. Leading talents of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangdong province "Hundred Talents Program" of the high level talents special support program of science and technology innovation; expert of the Shenzhen municipal government special allowance; "Pengcheng scholar Professor; leading talent and overseas high-level talents. Director of Guangdong Province Basic Medical Equipment Integration Engineering Technology research center; director of Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Low-cost Healthcare; Director of  Biomedical Electronic and Health Information Public Technology Service Platform. His research interests include the low frequency and low power low noise medical IC design, microsystem integration, communication of human body sensor network (Body Sensor Networks, BSN) technology, BSN technology in-depth research on the transformation, BSN application of wearable devices and medical robot.

He is also in charge of the National Nature Joint Funding, the National Science and Technology Major Special subject, the Chinese Academy of Sciences focus on the deployment of major projects in Guangdong Province, and the Shenzhen Key Technical Research projects and other major research projects.

He published "The Low-cost Healthcare Integration Technology" and other tens of monographs and monographs chapter; about 200 SCI/EI/ISTP papers as the first/co-author/corresponding author,  which include more than 50 SCI indexed articles, being cited more than 2200 times.

He Authorized invention patent/utility model/appearance /IC territory protection more than 50, including 30 designs, 2 PCT inventions. Won the "China University Research Cooperation Innovation Award," "Wu Wenjun Artificial Intelligence Scientific and Technological Innovation Award," "Shenzhen industrial development and innovation talents Award" and other honorary titles.

Prof. Ryuji Kohno

Title: Regulatory Science for Medical Wireless Body Area Network and Its Universal Platform


Medical wireless body area network (BAN) has been researched and developed for ubiquitous and remote medicine and its international standard IEEE802.15.6 was established in February 2012. However, in order to make BAN officially introduced in medical fields, it should be authorized regulatory compliant as a medical device or system examined by regulatory bodies such as CFDA (China Food and Drug Administration) & CFE (Center for Drug Evaluation) in China, FDA in USA and PMDA in Japan.    Regulatory compliance test of medical devices needs to know what kind of technologies has been applied for the devices differ from medical drags. Regulatory science is a core subject to make sure benefit versus risk of newly invented medical devices by defining numerical evaluation parameters, and then to derive permissible range of the parameters which is technical requirement for regulatory compliance of the medical devices. It results in improvement of regulatory exams in terms of systematic efficiency and precise accuracy. This talk will also address a medical platform of BAN, cloud network and data mining server to guarantee safety, reliability and security to be compliant for regulation. 



Ryuji Kohno received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Tokyo in 1984. Since 1998 he has been a Professor and the Director of Centre on Medical Information and Communication Technology, in Yokohama National University in Japan. In his currier he played a part-time role of a director of Advanced Telecommunications Laboratory of SONY CSL during 1998-2002, directors of UWB Technology and medical ICT institutes of NICT during 2002-2012. Since 2012 he is CEO of University of Oulu Research Institute Japan – CWC-Nippon Co.  Since 2007 he has been a distinguished professor in University of Oulu in Finland and since 2014 a director of Kanagawa Medical Device Regulatory Science Centre. He was a member of the Board of Governors of IEEE Information Theory Society in 2000-2009, and editors of IEEE Transactions on Communications, Information Theory, and ITS. He was Vice-president of Engineering Sciences Society of IEICE during 2004-2005, Editor-in chief of the IEICE Trans. Fundamentals during 2003-2005. He is a founder of series of international symposia of medical information and communication technologies (ISMICT) since 2006.