In LEAVES we will develop an online grief program that will support in the prevention and treatment of prolonged grief after loss of a spouse, so that older mourners can lead an active, meaningful and dignified life.
The aim of the SmartWork project is to implement and validate in real settings an ICT-enabled framework integrating unobtrusive and ubiquitous ICT tools and services supporting an age-friendly working and living environment.
In HOLOBALANCE we are developing and validating a new personalized hologram coaching platform for virtual coaching, motivation and empowerment of the ageing population with balance disorders.
In PERSSILAA various e-health care modules are developed aimed at nutrition as well as physical and cognitive functioning to screen for and prevent frailty among the elderly. My PhD research was financed by this project. PERSSILAA was listed in the top 25 influential ICT for Active and Healthy Ageing projects of the European commission.
The eWALL is an affordable, easy to install and ready to use telemedicine system, which contains a wide range of technologies that can help elderly people age more actively and healthily in all important aspects.
Over the course of four years (2021-2025), RE-SAMPLE will work to transform the healthcare journey of COPD patients, and to set a standard of care for patients suffering from complex chronic conditions (CCC).
RE-SAMPLE will use real-world data (RWD) to monitor COPD symptoms beyond scheduled medical check-ups. Such information will give doctors, caregivers and patients a unique insight into common, day-to-day triggers that can lead to health complications.
Building on the results of the AIRplay project, we are developing a gamified environment to motivate physical activity among children with Developmental Coordination Disorder enrolled in a rehabilitation program.
In AIRplay, we are creating stimulating environments that stimulate physical activity among children with asthma. An interactive playground simulating generally known games is installed in a community setting (think of schools or community centers) to engage children in physical activity. Additionally, a user friendly sensor is given to each child as well as a mobile application, where children can see how well they are in the progress to their daily goal and also in comparison with the other children in the group. The daily physical activity goal is personal, set on the basis of the initial physical activity level of each child, to guarantee that the goal it is challenging, but achievable.
In VIREP we developed and evaluated a virtual reality training environment to support the rehabilitation of people with chronic pain.
The vision of TERMINET is to provide a novel next generation reference architecture based on cutting-edge technologies such as SDN, multiple-access edge computing, and virtualisation for next generation IoT, while introducing new, intelligent IoT devices for low-latency, market-oriented use cases and validation scenarios.
In this project I am contributing to Use-Case 2: Pathway of Personalised Healthcare