Gordon Lightbody graduated with the MEng degree (distinction) (1989), and then PhD (1993) both in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Queen’s University Belfast. He is currently a senior-lecturer in Control Engineering at University College Cork, Ireland, and a Science Foundation Ireland founding principal investigator in both the Infant (www.infantcentre.ie) and the Marei (www.marei.ie) research centres. His current research interests include artificial intelligence techniques for intelligent control and signal-processing, focusing on energy/power and biomedical applications. He is currently an associate editor with the Elsevier journal, “Control Engineering Practice”.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesTowards a Personalized Real-Time Diagnosis in Neonatal Seizure Detection
Andriy Temko, Achintya Kr. Sarkar, Geraldine B. Boylan, Sean Mathieson, William P. Marnane, Gordon Lightbody
The problem of creating a personalized seizure detection algorithm for newborns is tackled in this paper. A probabilistic framework for semi-supervised adaptation of a generic patient-independent neonatal seizure detector is proposed. A system that is based on a combination of... Read more
Posted on 13 SEP 2017