The project is aimed at developing a methodological body of knowledge for the development of innovative diagnostic systems for monitoring of state of health of complex systems like a human body. These diagnostic systems have the characteristic to be on-body, i.e. in vivo or wearable. Starting from successful experiences gained through the last eight years, such methodological framework will be based on the most advanced results obtained in different scientific fields, from biometrics and reliability theory, engineering, signal processing and experimental statistics in combination with the results of medicine and biosensor technology. The expected results can be very significant in terms of optimal use and allocation of resources for the public health and the improvement of the quality of life of human beings. Ethical considerations will be employed to drive the right priorities. The project will be developed in close collaboration with the Chalmers University of Technology (Goteborg, Sweden) and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, USA) and will be carried out in these three countries, where the proponent has already established strong relationships.
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