This looks like a fascinating session. If you'll be in the Boston area, you might want to drop by.
In this presentation, MIT alumnus Todd P. Coleman will discuss the complex challenges involved in developing and implementing a suite of tools that transforms "big data" into "small, relevant" data to aid decision-making in perinatal health and chronic disease management. He will:
A Q&A will follow the presentation in a nearby breakout room and lunch will provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Todd P. Coleman, M.S., Ph.D., MIT; Associate Professor of Bioengineering, University of California, San Diego; Director, Neural Interaction Laboratory; and Codirector, Center for Perinatal Health
Date: April 10, 2015
Time: 11 a.m. – noon EDT
Location: Wong Auditorium, E51
Free and open to all
- Describe how flexible, multimodal electronics can be combined with physiologically guided analytics algorithms to provide vulnerability profiles that can be efficiently implemented in the cloud;
- Explain how this suite of human-computer interface applications blurs the line between man and machine, while enabling humans and computers to play to their individual strengths;
- Offer thoughts on the challenges of interdisciplinary research, using examples involving professionals from electrical engineering, medicine, management, and design; and
- Discuss the socio-political and legal implications of this work and how they can be addressed.
We invite you to join us.
About the Series
The MIT System Design & Management Speaker Series features presentations by leaders who use a systems-based approach to innovation. The series is designed to disseminate information on how to employ systems thinking to address engineering, management, and socio-political components of complex challenges in virtually any domain.