Living Labs For Health and Autonomy
Norbert Noury is a Full Professor (PUCE2) at University of Lyon, France. His lectures cover Electronics and Physics in Medical devices. His research activities are in the fields of eHealth, connected health sensors, Ambient assistive living environments. After his MSc in Electronics at Grenoble University in 1985, he worked 8 years in various industrial companies. He defended his PhD on the topic of medical telematics then joined the university of Grenoble in 1993, where he initiated a new domain of research activity in Health Smart Homes and wearable health sensors. In 2008 he moved to University of Lyon, where he took various responsibilities - Director of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Polytech'Lyon School of Engineering, Director of the Master in Regulations of Medical devices, Director of the BSc in Medical Technologies. He also joined the Biomedical Sensors team at INL-INSA Lyon where he developed his activities in eHealth, launched a Living Lab for Health and developed Wearable non-invasive Smart Sensors for continuous monitoring of actimetrics, fall detection, Thermal measurement, Blood pressure. He is also an entrepreneur who contributed to launching 2 Start Up, exploiting his work and (15) patents. He guided 20 PhD students, authored or co-authored more than 200 scientific papers (H index 33), and is a recognized expert at the European Commission. He is also frequently involved in the organization committees of international scientific events (IEEE-EMBC2007, IEEE-Healthcom2010, pHealth2011, IEEE-Healthcom2018, member of the steering Committee of the IEEE-Healthcom,…).