Organized by: Signal Analysis Research (SAR) Group, Ryerson,
IEEE Signal Processing Society Toronto Chapter, and
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Toronto Chapter

Venue: ENG 102, George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, Ryerson University, 9:15am to 4:30pm

You are invited to attend this workshop on biomedical signal and image analysis which will touch upon the latest research advancements in methods, techniques, and tools related to color image processing, radiology/pathology image analysis, cardiac/neural signal analysis, wearables, assistive technologies, BCI, analytics and interactive machine learning for biomedical applications.


9:15am Dr. Tom Duever, Dean - FEAS Welcome Remarks
9:30am Dr. Raj Rangayyan, U of CalgaryTalk M1: Color Image Processing with Biomedical Applications
10:45am break
11:00am Dr. April Khademi, Ryerson Univ.Talk M2: Medical Image Analysis Techniques for Radiology and Pathology Images
11:45am Dr. Karthi Umapathy, Ryerson Univ.Talk M3: Biomedical Signal Processing for Cardiac Arrhythmias
1:15pm Dr. Sri Krishnan, Ryerson Univ.Talk A1: Wearables, IoT and Analytics for Connected Healthcare
2:00pm Dr. Teodiano Bastos, UFES, BrazilTalk A2: Assistive Technologies and BCI for Rehab Applications
2:45pm break
3:00pm Dr. Naimul Khan, Ryerson Univ.Talk A3: Interactive Machine Learning for Biomedical Signal and Image Analysis
3:45pm - 4:30pm Dr. S. Krishnan, moderatorOpen think-tank discussions on challenges and opportunities facing this field in the era of big data, AI,
and translational research