Wearables in Practice Symposium

TNO | Soesterberg • 06 Apr 2018

We are happy to invite you to the 4th Wearables in Practice Symposium, hosted by the Human Factors department of TNO. This Symposium aims at crossing the bridge between science and practice within the field of wearable biosensors. Presentations and interactive workshops will explore the possibilities and impossibilities of the application of wearables.


We are proud to have Guy Plasqui from Maastricht University as a keynote speaker. In addition, TNO will present their work about wearables. During a poster and demo lunch, parallel sessions and during drinks there will be ample opportunity to get to know each other, ask questions, exchange information and ideas in order to bring our field forward both scientifically and in practice.

This symposium is intended for a variety of professionals, working for example in care, forensics or the safety domain, and scientists from affective computing and  health/clinical disciplines.

For a detailed program overview see here.

Registration can be done by sending an email with your name and organization

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Location Soesterberg

Kampweg 55
NL-3769 DE Soesterberg


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