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BodyNets conference comes to Tempe campus


March 07, 2008

BodyNets 2008, the third in the series of international conferences on body area sensor networks, will be at ASU’s Tempe campus March 13-15.

BodyNets is a forum for engineers, scientists and medical professionals to exchange ideas on using sensor networks in and around the human body for clinical and health monitoring, study of human computer interactions, education and entertainment.

BodyNets strives to encompass theoretical and experimental aspects of body area networks that will lead to the construction of practical systems for physiological monitoring, human-computer interaction and provision of entertainment.

The campus headquarters for the conference will be the Life Sciences Building A-wing, room 190.

For more information, visit the Web site www.bodynets.org.