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BioMedEng18: Peter Charlton Wins Early Career Researcher Award

On September 6-7, Imperial College London hosted BioMedEng18, the UK’s largest gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers.

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Peter Charlton Wins Early Career Researcher Award at BioMedEng18.

On September 6-7, Imperial College London hosted BioMedEng18, the UK’s largest gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers. The conference included presentations, workshops, and talks on developments and challenges within the biomedical engineering field, including medical devices and diagnostics, cardiovascular bioengineering, personalised medicine, imaging, robotics, AI, and machine learning.  

The Centre for Medical Engineering (CME), a 400-strong team of interdisciplinary scientists, sponsored two awards: the Early Career Researcher Award, and Best Student Talk. “The ultimate aim of the Centre is to improve the care of patients through exceptional research, particularly in the important area of medical engineering,” said Prof Reza Razavi (Director of CME).

As such we are delighted to support the work of new researchers by sponsoring these awards.– Prof Reza Razavi (Director of CME)

CME also works closely with other sponsors of BioMedEng18 such as the British Heart Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and EPSRC.  

Professor Razavi presented the Early Career Researcher Award, and Best Student Talk to the winners, Peter Charlton (King’s College London) and Ugur Tanriverdi (Imperial College London) respectively. Charlton’s research focused on creating a valuable database for developing pulse wave analysis algorithms, while Tanriverdi’s talk spoke to the development of a soft robotic liner (SRL) for prosthetics.  

Dr Jordi Alastruey of the Biomedical Engineering Department of the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Science (BMEIS) at King’s chaired a session on reduced-order modelling and pulse wave analysis. Dr Alastruey, and Head of the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences School at King’s, Seb Ourselin, both sit on the conference’s Scientific Committee.


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