Welcome to Standards Committee
The EMB Standards Committee (EMB-SC) is a standing Committee within the EMB Society and recommends standards of engineering practices
Full Description Scope This standard establishes detailed and structured communication of bioinformatics protocols in order to facilitate bioinformatics workflow related exchange and communication between regulatory agencies, pharmaceutical companies, bioinformatics platform providers and researchers. Detailed communication helps ensure responsibility, verify bioinformatics protocol, track provenance information and promote interoperability. Purpose The standard allows for the cross platform […]
Prizes went to best software and digital tools directly integrated with COVID-19 tests to automate and expedite data reporting. Sixteen winning designs (listed below) selected from the HHS COVID-19 At-Anywhere Diagnostics Design-a-thon aim to increase speed, quality, comprehensiveness, and utility of SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic test data. This effort will help maintain visibility and increase reporting accuracy on SARS-CoV-2 […]
The Global Connected Healthcare Cybersecurity Virtual 2021 Workshop Series is presented by the IEEE SA, IEEE P2933™ Working Group, and the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub headquartered at Columbia University. We will convene a global community of leaders in healthcare, technology, and policy to develop mutual understanding and recommendations for standards to improve connected healthcare […]
IEEE EMB Technical Committee on Standards extends hearty congratulations to Prof. Rory A. Cooper for this distinguished achievement. For details please visit here
The IEEE EMBS Public Forum on Healthcare Tech Industry Trends will be held on August 25-28, 2021 and aims to highlight and discuss the challenges and opportunities of the healthcare tech industry, translation and commercialization with the participation of 24 healthcare tech leaders, entrepreneurs and influencers. Along with topical information, this forum will expose students […]
1.Editorial: Standardization of Neurotechnology for Brain-Machine Interfacing: State of the Art and Recommendations
2. A Functional Model for Unifying Brain Computer Interface Terminology
3. Preliminary Minimum Reporting Requirements for Reporting In-Vivo Neural Interface Research: I. Implantable Neural Interfaces
4. A Roadmap towards Standards for Neurally Controlled End Effectors
William J Morlock Award Atam Dhawan (New Jersey Institute of Technology) “For pioneering development and translation of low-angle transillumination imaging devices for healthcare applications and leadership in point-of-care technologies.”
About the Standards Committee
The EMB Standards Committee (EMB-SC), also known as EMB/StdsCom, is a standing Committee within the EMB Society and recommends standards of engineering practices to be followed in the field of Engineering in Medicine and Biology by the electrical, electronic, and allied industries, and by health care providers. In relevant areas this Committee shall coordinate its activities with the IEEE Standards Board and other appropriate standards committees.
This Committee is responsible for the development and coordination of standards projects, including their maintenance after their approval as standards by the IEEE Standards Association Standards Board (IEEE-SASB) for which EMB-SC has been identified or assigned as either the sole technical sponsor or the primary sponsor to oversee its standards Working Groups. (An IEEE-SA Sponsor is not a financial sponsor.) The scope and activities of the Committee shall conform to the operations and principles of the IEEE, IEEE-SA, and IEEE EMBS.
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