At Tufts, engineers aim sensor technology at world health problems

WHD2013_banner-lg1Tufts School of Engineering is sponsoring a program all day on Monday about research into information and sensor technologies that can be applied to health problems.

Keynote speaker will be Dr. Andrey Egorov Manager of the Environmental Health Information System (ENHIS) of the World Health Organization

His work involves the development of harmonized data collection, analysis and interpretation methods for monitoring the implementation of international commitments to protect children’s health from environmental hazards in the WHO European Region. 

The event’s program promises that Tufts “research in Smart SensorsDisaster ManagementVisual Analytics, and New Devices has wide-reaching impact on the future of world health and the environment.”

The first half of the event will be available via live webcast.



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