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IEEE-SA Emerging Technology Award received on standardization

10 January 2011

Dr. Nicolae Goga (Molecular Dynamics Group, Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology Institute) together with his colleagues from IEEE 11073 Personal Health Devices Working Group were selected to get one of the two 2010 Emerging Technology Awards given by IEEE (Institute of Electrical Engineering).  

The award ceremony took place on Sunday December 5th, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New York (USA). Dr. Goga is member of the standardization group and co-author of published standard “IEEE Standard 11073-20601™-2008 -Health informatics—Personal health device communication Part 20601: Application profile—Optimized Exchange Protocol”.  

Transmission protocols between medical devices that send patient-related physiological data
Transmission protocols between medical devices that send patient-related physiological data

His work for the standardization group consisted in formally verifying the designs of the transmission protocols between medical devices that send patient-related physiological data and other devices or computer systems that receive those data. Currently, he is working with emeritus professor Herman Berendsen and other specialists from his group on molecular dynamics algorithms, tools and applications. 

More information: n.goga@rug.nl

Last modified:31 January 2017 11.13 p.m.

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