The research team at Imperial College will exhibit the lastest development of dietary intake monitoring technology at the annual Imperial Festival event at South Kensington campus, London, UK on April 28-29.
More details about the programme can be found via:
This Research Topic focuses on emerging techniques of dietary and behavioral assessment relying on wearable sensors as the primary source of the information; quantitative techniques for modeling of human ingestive behavior, energy intake, energy expenditure and energy balance; methods of image and video recognition for food analysis; and other related methods and devices.
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The journal Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643, IF 3.550) is currently inviting submissions for a Special Issue entitled "Advancement in Dietary Assessment and Self-Monitoring Using Technology" (http://www.mdpi.com/si/nutrients/advancement-dietary-assessment-selfmonitoring). Assoc. Prof. Tracy Burrows and Dr. Megan Rollo, both of the University of Newcastle (Australia), are serving as Guest Editors for this issue.
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In conjunction with IEEE BSN 2018 conference, a dedicated workshop to discuss the challenges and opportunties of body worn technologies for continuous long-term monitoring dietary intake. This workshop is organised to bring together nutritionists, dieticians. and egineers to discuss the need for accurate dietary monitoring and the state of the art body worn technologies for dietary monitoring.