Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is not just an annoyance. With increasing numbers of safety-critical devices communicating wirelessly, ensuring that equipment functions correctly is an ever-increasing concern. Nowhere is this more true than hospital environments. Europe is a leader in many areas of medical technology, with companies like Philips at the forefront of research. However, with highly complex interactions between devices ...
Automatically recognize crucial information in the free text of clinical reports.
ACCUMULATE: Acquiring crucial medical information using language technology. University of Antwerp
Single molecule long-read sequencing technology: beyond state-of-the-art in biological and medical research. University of Antwerp
Spiritual Role-Play as Technology of Self: An Interdisciplinary Pioneer Study of a Devotional Practice from the Late Medieval Low Countries (SRP). University of Antwerp
Bridging radical science and technology KU Leuven
The proposed project studies the process of bridging science and innovation in particular for radical ideas. The existing industry science literature has explored how firms can benefit from science for their innovative performance. It also has studied how science can be activated to contribute better to innovation. However, there is a gap in both streams of literature as they did not differentiate between types of science and types of ...
Design of water-based radical polymerization processes for nanoapplications using advanced kinetic modeling and reactor technology Ghent University
The project aims at fundamental understanding and improvement of water-based radical emulsion polymerization processes for the synthesis of polymer nanoparticles, implying control over design parameters and a clear view on the interplay between chemistry and transport phenomena on the micro-, meso- and macro-scale. The model allows identification of optimal process parameters for the synthesis of core-shell nanoparticles at industrial ...