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Keynote at the University of Hasselt

On March 9, I gave a keynote at the closing event of the project ‘Mobile monitoring of movement and joint loading in persons with degenerative hip- and knee problems’,  at the University of Hasselt. The talk’s slides can be found here.

Dear,

ZOL, KU Leuven and  Hasselt University are cordially inviting you to the closing event of the FWO TBM project:

‘Mobile monitoring of movement and joint loading in persons
with degenerative hip- and knee problems.’

The event will take place on 9.3.2021. Participation is free, but registration is required.
Due to the current COVID-19 regulations, the event will be held online.
If you wish to attend, please register here for the closing event.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation by email. Prior to the event you will receive an email with the practical and detailed information about the closing event. The event’s detailed programme is included below.
PROGRAMME 9.3.2021- CLOSING EVENT  (ENGLISH SPOKEN)

14.00 Welcome Prof Annick Timmermans
Introductory keynote: “Towards Theoretically and Empirically Grounded Design of Behavior Change Technologies” Prof. Evangelos Karapanos
TBM consortium members  
14.30 Mobile monitoring of functional status in persons with degenerative hip and knee disorders Prof. Annick Timmermans
The use of wearables to measure biomechanics and movement characteristics (including loading, movement quality): applications in osteoarthritis and sports Prof Benedicte Vanwanseele
The biomechanical fingerprint of patients with osteoarthritis during activities of daily living Prof Ilse Jonkers
Using a mobile phone to estimate joint loading in hip osteoarthritis patients drs Arne de Brabandere
The iterative design process of the JOLO application for persons with degenerative hip and knee osteoarthritis and after total joint arthroplasty dra Jill Emmerzaal
Demonstration of the Joint Loading Smartphone Application and supporting dashboard Julie Vranken
10′ BREAK
16.30 Guest Speakers
Biofeedback of joint tissue mechanics using personalised digital twins and wireless wearable devices. Prof David Lloyd
Research to develop a sensor-based physiotherapy intervention for knee conditions dr Kate Button and dr. Mohammad Al-Amri
Moving quantitative biomechanics out of the lab: progress and opportunities Prof. Jen Hicks
10′ BREAK
17.40 Closing lecture: Wearable Computing and Machine Learning for Digital Health and Precision Medicine Prof. dr. Bjoern Eskofier
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