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IEEE CITISIA 2020 conference

Charles Sturt University Sydney Campus

The “Conference on Innovative Technologies in Intelligent Systems & Industrial Applications” (CITISIA) is a student conference that aims to provide students of higher learning institutions with a platform for presenting their own projects. It is also a measure of recognition of students’ professional and technical achievements – by industries and international organizations such as IEEE. This conference is designed to facilitate exchanges of ideas through communication, networking, and learning from others, for students and IEEE Chapters in terms of greater collaboration. Email : / Download PDF: CITISIA 2020

Augmented Perception: Next Generation Wearables and Human Machine-Interfaces


Products like Fitbit and the Apple Watch have brought to the public decades of foundational work on wearable technologies achieved by researchers in the IEEE CAS Society and related groups. Similarly, research into brain- and human-machine interface is starting to enter the public domain in applications including deep brain stimulation, prosthetic limb control, and human assistive devices. While researchers continue to explore new wearable sensing and human-interface paradigms, it is vital that we also explore what applications the next generation of wearable human-machine interfaces can and should enable. This talk will review key challenges and approaches within wearable assistive devices and brain/human interface technologies. Aspects of physiological, environmental, and behavioral sensing within wearable platforms will be discussed, and technical challenges such as miniaturization, power efficiency, and artifact removal will be highlighted. Approaches to brain-machine interface and human assistive technologies will, likewise, be analyzed. Finally, the next-generation concept of augmented human perception, real-time machine-enhanced awareness that expands natural human senses, will be introduced. Utilizing wearable sensing and real-time feedback through visual, audio, and tactile mechanisms, augmented perception is poised to revolutionize the human experience, enhance daily performance, and enable new pathways to address mental and physical health concerns. Speaker: Prof. Andrew J. Mason of Michigan State University Location: Online Registration: For any inquiries please contact: Prashan Kandasamy – or James Papagianopoulos - This event is organised by the Circuits and Systems Society (Victoria)