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TONIGHT IS CANCELLED, WEBCAST INSTEAD Towards AI-Enabled Devices in Managing People with Neurological Disorders by Dr Mufti Mahmud

Date: Monday, 16th March 2020
Time: 19:00 (tea & coffee available from 18:30)
Location: Lecture Theatre 2 Teaching and Learning Building Clifton Campus Nottingham Trent University NG11 8NS(map)
Price: Free! (non-members welcome)
Status: CANCELLED

Details

TONIGHT'S EVENT IS CANCELLLED. A Webcast is being run instead. It will be on line from 6.30pm and live at 7pm.Please use the following link:

https://ntu.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=c9c2245d-c807-4e51-94e2-ab8000a2a095

Our guest speaker is Dr Mufti Mahmud who specialises in neuroengineering.

In recent years the world has seen an ever-increasing number of people with neurological disorders, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Alzheimer's Disease, and Parkinson's Disease.

Health status monitoring of the sufferer, along with their regular medication, is a unique way to assist them in their daily activities. While the world is falling short in providing personalised support to these people through carers, thanks to intelligent and innovative solutions, the management of people with these conditions is now possible.

This talk will shed light on how people with such incurable diseases can be assisted in their daily routines through AI enabled devices.

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About the Presenter

Dr Mufti Mahmud (linkedin.com/in/muftimahmud) received his PhD degree in Information Engineering (specialised in neuroengineering) from the University of Padova, Italy, in 2011 (www.researchgate.net/profile/Mufti_Mahmud). Dr Mufti Mahmud who specialises in neuroengineering.

A recipient of the Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellowship, Dr Mahmud has served at various positions in the industry and academia in India, Bangladesh, Italy, Belgium, and the UK during the last 17 years.

Dr Mahmud has a vision towards leaving behind a healthy, secure, smart, and better world to live in. Combining computational intelligence and big data technologies, Dr Mahmud's research aims to convert the ever-expanding amount of raw data to smart data to be able to build predictive, secure and adaptive systems aiming personalized services towards improving quality of life. Dr Mahmud aims to develop secure and intelligent tools to advance healthcare access in low-resource settings.

Dr Mahmud serves as Vice Chair of the Intelligent System Application Technical Committee of IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, Member of the IEEE CIS Task Force on Intelligence Systems for Health, Co-Chair of the IEEE P2733 Standard on Intelligent systems design, with AI/ML, Member of the IEEE R8 Humanitarian Activities Subcommittee, Project Liaison Officer of the IEEE UK and Ireland Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology, and Vice Chair of the IEEE UK and Ireland Special Interest Group on Data Analytics.

Dr Mahmud is also actively involved in dissemination activities through the organisation of workshops, conferences, and specialised short duration schools (e.g., Local organising chair of IEEE-WCCI2020; General Chair of BI2020; and Programme Chair of IEEE-CICARE2020).

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