2020 Provisional Schedule

Thursday

June 11

1600-1800

Registration

THEME: Welcome, Opening reception

1800-1815

Opening Speech

Professor Panicos Kyriacou
Chair IAMPOV Committee 2020

1815-1830

University Senior Team Welcome

Professor Sir Paul Curran
President, City, University of London

1830-1930

Pleanary Keynote Talk

TBC

1930

Opening Reception

Friday

June 12

0800-0900

Registration and breakfast

THEME: Oxygenation Monitoring I

0900-0910

Theme Introduction

0910-0940

Optical Bedside Bio-markers of Brain Function in Birth Asphyxiated Infants and Beyond
Dr. Ilias Tachtsidis, Head of Multi-Modal Spectroscopy Group at UCL, UK

0940-1010

Replacing NIRS: Optoacoustic Spectroscopy and Imaging of oxygenation and microvasculature
Dr. Vasilis Ntziachristos, Director of the Institute of Biological and Medical Imaging at the Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany

1010-1040

Pulse oximetry with two wavelengths in the infrared region – more accurate measurement of arterial oxygen saturation
Professor Meir Nitzan, Department of Applied Physics/Electro-Optics, Lev Academic Center, JCT, Jerusalem, Israel

1040-1055

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1055-1115

Coffee break

THEME: Wearables

1115-1125

Theme Introduction

1125-1155

TBC
Dr. Justin Phillips, Senior Scientist, Google Inc.

1155-1225

Recent Advances in Mobile Healthcare Technology
Dr. Sung Hyun Nam, Master at Samsung Electronics, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Samsung Electronics Co.

1225-1255

Challenges and opportunities for assessing hypertension using the photoplethysmogram signals
Dr. Mohamed Elgendi, University of British Columbia, Canada

1255-1310

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1310-1410

Lunch

THEME: Perfusion & Haemodynamics I

1410-1420

Theme Introduction

1420-1450

Challenges and opportunities for vascular optics in clinical practice
Dr. John Allen, Head of Service, Microvascular Services, Northern Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

1450-1520

Imaging photoplethysmography as a tool to assess brain neurovascular activity
Professor Alexei Kamshilin, Faculty of Applied Optics, ITMO University, St Petersburg, Russia

1520-1550

Cuff-Less Blood Pressure Measurement via PPG
Prof Ramakrishna Mukkamala, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Michigan State University, USA

1550-1620

TBC
Paul Bathelder, Chief Clinical Officer, Clinimark, USA

1620-1635

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1635-1700

Coffee break

1700-1800

Poster Session

1800-1900

Rest before dinner

1900

Conference Gala Dinner

Saturday

June 13

0800-0900

Registration and breakfast

THEME: Medical Systems I

0900-0910

Theme Introduction

0910-0940

Scheherazade: the three stories of patient monitoring ~ EEG, airway and heart ~
Professor Yasuko Nagasaka, Director, Department of Anesthesia, St. Luke’s International Hospital, Japan

0940-1010

Extracellular microvesicles: novel diagnostic and monitoring targets in perioperative and critical care
Professor Masao Takata, Magill Chair in Anaesthetics & Head of Section, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London

1010-1040

Predictive Physiological Monitoring: Using Machine learning to Forecast Monitoring Parameters
Professor Maxime Canneson, Professor of Anesthesiology and Vice Chair of Perioperative Medicine at UCLA Medical Center

1040-1055

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1055-1125

Coffee break

THEME: Ventilation

1125-1135

Theme Introduction

1135-1205

Electrical impedance tomography for monitoring regional lung ventilation in critically ill patients
Prof. Dr. med. Inéz Frerichs, Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Kiel, Kiel, Germany

1205-1235

Electrical impedance tomography for ventilation and perfusion monitoring of the chest
Professor Steffen Leonhardt, Chair of Medical Information Technology, Helmholtz Institute of Biomedical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

1235-1305

Individualized hemodynamic & ventilatory management via multi-organ tissue oximetry
Professor Bob Kopotic, Director of FORE-SIGHT Clinical Affairs, Critical Care, Edwards Lifesciences

1305-1320

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1320-1420

Lunch

THEME: Oxygenation Monitoring II

1420-1430

Theme Introduction

1430-1500

Novel insights in transcutaneous monitoring of ventilation and oxygenation in neonatal intensive care medicine
Professor Irwin Reiss, Professor of Pediatrics, Neonatal and Perinatology, Erasmus Univeristy Rotterdam, Holland

1500-1530

Recent Developments in Monitoring of Oxygenation
Professor Steve Barker, Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology, University of Arizona and Chief Science Officer, Masimo Corporation

1530-1600

Shining light on the newborn brain: Focussing on the use of near-infrared spectroscopy and diffuse optical imaging to study haemodynamics and perfusion in the newborn
Professor Topun Austin, Consultant Neonatologist, Professor of Neurophotonics at University College London

1600-1630

Monitoring tissue oxygenation to assess organ happiness in high-risk or critically ill patients
Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, Head, Research Department of Clinical Physiology, Division of Medicine, Director, Bloomsbury Institute of Intensive Care Medicine Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, UK

1630-1645

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1645-1700

Coffee Break

1700-1800

Poster Session

Sunday

June 14

0800-0900

Registration and breakfast

THEME: Perfusion & Haemodynamics II

0900-0910

Theme Introduction

0910-0940

Predicting clinical outcomes with non-invasive measurements of tissue oxygen and blood flow
Professor Dr. Philip Bickler, UCSF and Director, UCSF Hypoxia Research Laboratory.

0940-1010

Predicting clinical outcomes with non-invasive measurements of tissue oxygen and blood flow
Dr. Amen Alian, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Division Chief of Obstetric & Gynecological Anesthesiology at the Yale University Medical Center

1010-1040

Non invasive Intracranial monitoring utilising the Photoplethysmograph
Professor Panicos Kyriacou, Director of the Research Centre for Biomedical Engineering, City, University of London

1040-1110

Continuous non invasive blood pressure monitoring
Professor Hartmut Gehring, Professor of Anesthesiology at the University Medical Center of Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Lübeck. Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Lübeck

1110-1125

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1125-1140

Coffee Break

THEME: Medical Systems II

1140-1150

Theme Introduction

1150-1220

Give and Take – Balancing Interoperability with Cybersecurity
Mr Anura Fernando, Chief Innovation Architect – Medical Systems Interoperability & Security, Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, UL,USA

1220-1250

Complexity in standards development
Dr. Sandy Weininger, Senior engineer within the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH)

1250-1320

Autonomous Medical Systems
Professor Julian Goldman, Assistant-in-Anesthesia, Massachusettes General Hospital, Boston

1320-1335

Panel Discussion

Floor open for discussion

1335-1435

Lunch

1435

Poster Awards, closing remarks and introduction of the organizer for IAMPOV 2024
IAMPOV 2020 Committee