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Janusz Jeżewski Name: Janusz Jeżewski

Invited paper: Towards Abdominal Fetal ECG Signal Analysis for Heart Rate Monitoring.

Janusz Jeżewski is an assistant professor at the Institute of Medical Technology and Equipment ­– ITAM in Zabrze, he is also a deputy director for Science. He is a member of the Committee of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
In 1979 he received the M.Sc. degree in electronic engineering from the Institute of Electronics of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, the Ph.D. degree in biological sciences (1997) from the University of Medical Sciences in Poznan, and in 2012
the D.Sc degree in biocybernetics and biomedical engineering from the Nalecz Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
His research interests include: biomedical instrumentation and digital signal processing, especially the analysis of biomedical signals: the fetal heart rate variability acquired via pulsed Doppler ultrasound as well as the transabdominal fetal electocardiogram and the uterine electromyographic activity. Currently, his main area of interest is an application of computational intelligence for the extraction of clinically relevant information, and the automated classification of fetal and maternal signals within a computer-aided fetal surveillance system. He is an author or co-author of numerous scientific papers in the international journals, conference proceedings and books.
Janusz Jeżewski is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (Senior Member), the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE), the European Society for Engineering and Medicine (ESEM) and the Polish Society of Biomedical Engineering.

Václav ChudáčekName: Václav Chudáček

Invited paper: Automated intrapartum fetal heart rate evaluation.

Václav Chudáček is a researcher and assistant professor at the Department of Cybernetics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic. He received his PhD in Artificial intelligence and bio-cybernetics in 2011 from the FEE CTU in Prague. He stayed for a year as a postdoc at the department of Physics, ENS in Lyon, France in 2012-2013. His interests include signal processing, artificial intelligence and decision support systems.

Adam PawlakName: Adam Pawlak

Invited paper: Models and collaboration in Medical Cyber-Physical Systems design.

Adam Pawlak received a Ph.D. in technical sciences from Silesian University of Technology (SUT), Poland in 1983. In 1986, he organised and led a large CAD "silicon compiler" project in the Basic Research Programme of Polish Academy of Sciences. In the years 1987-93 he was with GMD (German National Research Centre in Computer Science) in St. Augustin n. Bonn, doing research in the domain of hardware description and design languages (HDLs). In the years 1994-97, while in France (Univ. Fourier in Grenoble and IRESTE/Univ. of Nantes) he was concerned with engineering libraries, component modelling, and quality assurance. At that time he participated in the European projects on EDA standardization ECIP and ESIP. Since the beginning of 90's he was also active in international efforts aiming at fostering pan-European collaboration in research and engineering (project BENEFIT). Later, he was a technical co-ordinator of the E-COLLEG project (advanced infrastructure for collaborative engineering). He worked also for ITE (Institute of Electron Technology in Warsaw) while leading the E-COLLEG project. He was nominated by Prime Minister Prof. Jerzy Buzek as a member of the Telecommunication Council of Poland (2001-2002). Later, he was involved in VOSTER (Virtual Organisations) and MAPPER (Model-based Adaptive Product and Process Engineering) projects.
Current research interests include: distributed collaborative engineering based on the Internet; Cyber-Physical Systems design, especially in healthcare applications; design in collaborative networks (virtual organisations), knowledge modelling; eBusiness networking and eLearning in EDA.
Dr. Pawlak is a member of IFIP 10.5, EUROMICRO, and SOCOLNET. He was responsible for numerous scientific and technical events as chair or co-chair. He was involved by the European Commission in the evaluation of European projects proposals since the 4th Framework Programme, as well as of the ENIAC Call 1 and H2020.

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