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Louis Atallah (S’00–M’04) received the Diplome D’Ingenieur degree from the Faculty of Engineering, Lebanese University, Broummana, Lebanon, in 2000, and the D.Phil. degree in engineering science from Oxford University, Oxford, U.K., in 2004. He then joined the Department of Computing, Imperial College, London, as a Research Fellow. He is currently a Senior Scientist at the Patient Care & Measurements Department, Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. His research interests include machine learning, data mining, and pervasive sensing, as well as their application to neonatal and in-hospital care.
JBHI, Featured ArticlesUnobtrusive Monitoring of Neonatal Brain Temperature Using a Zero-Heat-Flux Sensor Matrix
The temperature of preterm neonates must be maintained within a narrow window to ensure their survival. Continuously measuring their core temperature provides an optimal means of monitoring their thermoregulation and their response to environmental changes. However, existing methods of measuring... Read more
Posted on 8 JAN 2016