A Workshop on the Application Areas of The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
Friday, February 9, 2018
3:00PM – 6:00PM
An HTE@USC workshop in partnership with The USC Viterbi Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and the USC Viterbi Integrated Media Systems Center and Autonomous Networks Research Group.
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3:00 – 3:15 pm Welcome, Introductions, Aims: Dr. George Tolomiczenko and Dr. Gowri Sankar Ramachandran
IoT technologies are now mature and consumers have elevating expectations regarding their utility outside
of the realm of healthcare. How can the USC community contribute to improving healthcare in the age of
connected devices and ubiquitous real-time data flows?
3:15 – 3:45 pm: Interactive presentations
3:45 – 4 pm: Q&A
Format: Presentations with questions encouraged throughout and during Q&A section.
Objective: Bringing whole group up-to-speed with exciting current initiatives and capabilities
Where are we at here at USC? Brief presentations and use cases based on the current IoT
testbed on campus, CHARIOT (Center for Human Applied Reason in IoT) and
4 – 5 pm: Break-out groups based on Classes of Applications/Use Cases
Format: Selecting break-out group facilitators and running sections concurrently.
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What are examples of low-hanging fruit ripe to be picked at USC?
What are some stretch goals that can make USC a leader in IoMT?
How can we boost and/or combine efforts to achieve short term and long term goals?
2. Apps/chat bots/voice commands
3. Classes of IoT devices that intersect with healthcare
4. Extracting value from real-time streams of data
5 – 5:40 pm: Break-out groups report-back to the whole group.
Format: Facilitator and/or recorder for each break-out group presents a summaries.
Objective: Further clarifying short and long-term goals via attendee input, identifying leaders for
each class of application and outlining next steps to be presented in a workshop white paper.
5:40 – 6 pm: Wrap-up and Networking.