Daniel Karlsson received the IHTSDO Award for Excellence

E-care@home is very proud to announce that Daniel Karlsson from SICS East and Linköping University, has received the “IHTSDO Award for Excellence” from the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO). The award is given to one person per year, and Daniel was rewarded for his dedication as an advisor […]


Report from HealthyIoT 2016

On October 18-19, the 3rd EAI International Conference on IoT Technologies for HealthCare (HealthyIoT 2016) was held in Västerås, Sweden. General chair for the conference was one of the E-care@home MDH team members: Mobyen Uddin Ahmed. Keynote speaker was Ian J. Craddock who spoke on the topic Digital Health 2026 and […]

Uwe Köckemann defended his thesis

The project would like to congratulate yet another colleague and key person in Work package 1 and 4, Dr. Uwe Köckemann, for earning the PhD degree on October 14th at Örebro University. It is envisaged that the smart home environment infrastructure developed within E-care@home will integrate both environmental and physiological sensors, […]



E-care@home at Medicinteknikdagarna in Örebro October 5th-6th

  E-care@home had two abstracts accepted for the annual event Medicinteknikdagarna which is one of the most important meeting places in the area of medical technology in Sweden. Erik Prytz from SICS East Swedish ICT presented the abstract A method framework for usability testing of medical devices which describes the method framework selected for […]

Job vacancy: PhD position in Computer Science

The School of Science and Technology at Örebro University offers a fully funded 4 years PhD position in Computer Science starting 1 November 2016. The PhD student will be affiliated with the research centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS), under the supervision of Prof. Nicola Dragoni. The research project will […]