Eindhoven University of Technology

iCareNet is coordinated by the ACTLab, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The Activity and Context recognition Technologies (ACTLab) research group pursues fundamental and applied technical research on human activity and context recognition to derive intelligent ubiquitous assistants. This work is based on ubiquitous, wearable, and mobile computing technologies that provide on-body and ambient sensing functions and processing resources. ACTLab develops pattern processing systems and algorithms for multi-modal signal interpretation, to identify daily rhythms and routines, assist in task accomplishment, and provide advanced medical decision support. The group is headed by Prof. Dr. Oliver Amft. The current areas of research activity include (see our research/project pages for more details):

  • Personal healthcare and behavioral medicine
  • Energy-aware sensing buildings and smart spaces
  • Advanced clinical decision support.