Thursday, 06 October 2016 10:41

A low-voltage low-power nose-on-a-chip for rapid diagnosis of ventilator-associated pneumonia

 Kea Tiong Tang Digital OlfactionDr Kea-Tiong (Samuel) Tang is working at IEEE BioCAS TC Chair Elect, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan. During DOS World Congress, Dr Tang will give a talk about "A low-voltage low-power nose-on-a-chip for rapid diagnosis of ventilator-associated pneumonia" and will answer the following questions: 

(1) How do we detect ventilator associated pneumonia (and the infected bacteria)?

(2) How do we implement the nose-on-a-chip with current CMOS technology?

(3) What do we need for further research regarding breath analysis using the nose-on-a-chip?

If you are interested to know more about this new technology, don't hesitate to register for DOS 2016 on www.digital-olfaction.com