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Proof of Concept concerning the collection of physiological data to evaluate the trauma level in case of road accidents and to optimise the medical care

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Date Limite Candidature : mardi 16 mars 2021

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General information

Reference : UMR9007-JEALAH-003
Workplace : NOISY LE GRAND
Date of publication : Monday, February 08, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 14 months
Expected date of employment : 1 April 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 3000 and 3400 euros (gross per months) based on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent

Missions

The post-doc fellow will develop a protoype to analyse physiological parameters based on wireless sensor measurements and used to alert and optimise the first aid in road accidents based on real time prediction of the wounds thanks to a virtual man concept (previous project). Domains of interest are electronics and embedded systems for medical applications.

Activities

The candidate will be in charge of the sensor development and deployment (first prototype). The work will be splitted in 4 steps: step 1, bibliography on the biomedical sensors to better define the needs for the prototype; step 2, analysis and comparative test of existing sensors (PPG, heart beat, temperature, position, ...); step 3, development of the first prototype on flexible substrate and/or smart integration of the existing sensors; step 4, optimisation of the connected system.
Means available at ESYCOM: dedicated software tools, clean rooms, sensors and PCB design and fabrication tools

Skills

- Competencies in sensors and instrumentation, connected devices, acquisition and electronics
- Design and control of acquisition systems (here for physiological signals) ; design of mixed electronic circuits ; set up measurement protocols ; conduct experiments in autonomy ; write reports and participate to publications
- Team work ; adaptation to a pluridisciplinary environement

Work Context

Laboratory description : ESYCOM deals with communication systems, sensors and microsystems for the cities of tomorrow, environment and citizens. Research is organized in 3 main topics: 1) communication systems, 2) micro-sensors, 3) micro-energy, including technology process, modelisation and characterization. Principal axis are related to antenna and propagation, micro-sensors for the environment, for health and bio-interfaces, energy harvesting systems photonic and microwave components for low cost integrated solutions.

Involved team: the researcher will be under supervision of Pr. Gaelle Lissorgues, in the team working on sensors for health monitoring (5 people).

General context of the project : In first Aid and rapid health care, the time to rescue the victim in road accidents is crucial. A reduction of 10 minutes will offer a decrease in mortality of 30%. Amongst existing tools available (e-call, Roawds, iHeero...) to automatically alert the aid, none can give information on the level of gravity of the victim. The project aims at collecting new data centered on the physiological state of the victim to better analyse the situation and optimise the rescue process.

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