Jochen Meyer is director of the R&D Division Health at the OFFIS Institute for Information Technology where he is responsible for numerous national and international research projects on pervasive health systems, ambient assisted living, e-health and others. He was co-organizer of workshops on pervasive health systems, was workshop chair of the PervasiveHealth’13 and is local chair of PervasiveHealth’14.
Steven Simske is an HP Fellow in the Printing and Content Delivery Lab (PCDL) in Hewlett-Packard Labs, and is the Director and Chief Technologist for the HP Labs Secure Document Ecosystem program. He has advanced degrees in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, along with a PostDoc in Aerospace Engineering. He is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Illicit Trade and an IS&T Fellow.
Katie Siek is an associate professor in Computer Science at the Indiana University Bloomington. She researches how socio-technical interventions affect personal health and well-being. Her research is supported by the National Institutes of Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the National Science Foundation including a five-year NSF CAREER award. She has been awarded a CRA-W Borg Early Career Award and a Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance Distinguished Visiting Fellowship.
Cathal Gurrin is a lecturer at the School of Computing, at Dublin City University and a faculty member of the Centre for Digital Video Processing and the Human Media Archives group at Dublin City University. Research interests cover Human Digital Memories, the indexing and content-based retrieval of information in all media, text, image, audio and especially digital video.
Hermie Hermens is Director for Telemedicine at Roessingh Research & Development. He is Professor for Telemedicine at the University of Twente, at the Research Institutes Mira and CTIT, visiting Professor at Glasgow Caledonian University, Editor in Chief J. Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, and Fellow Int. Society Electrophysiology & Kinesiology.