Igor Matias

Igor Matias
University of Geneva | UNIGE · University Centre for Informatics

Master of Science
Using AI to Help Build Better Healthcare | Ph.D. Candidate and Teaching Assistant @ University of Geneva

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Introduction
Applying the technology of tomorrow in the challenges of today. Developing a way to diagnose Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease with your smartphone and smartwatch. Using Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems to help build better healthcare. Motivated by cutting-edge technology, health, and helping others. Teaching at Université de Genève (Switzerland) since 2021, and a member of Quality of Life Technologies Laboratory @ Centre Universitaire d'Informatique. More at igormatias.com .

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Publications (5)
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Background: Heart rate (HR), especially at nighttime, is an important biomarker for cardiovascular health. It is known to be influenced by overall physical fitness, as well as daily life physical or psychological stressors like exercise, insufficient sleep, excess alcohol, certain foods, socialization, or air travel causing physiological arousal of...
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Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is a type of arrhythmia characterized by irregular heartbeats, with four types, two of which are complicated to diagnose using standard techniques such as Electrocardiogram (ECG). However, and because smart wearables are increasingly a piece of commodity equipment, there are several ways of detecting and predicting AF episo...
Thesis
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This dissertation presents research on the construction of predictive models for health conditions through the application of Artificial Intelligence methods. The work is thus focused on the prediction, in the short and long term, of Atrial Fibrillation conditions through the analysis of Electrocardiography exams, with the use of several techniques...
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Fusion multidisciplinary subjects in order to present a unique and complementary perspective may enhance and extend the knowledge acquisition, and consequently, the student experience. In this paper we report a case study on methodology, which interlinks various subjects creating and engaging learning process by combining Science, Technology, Engin...
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Activity and health monitoring bracelets are currently a popular consumer electronic wearable, and several different manufacturers market several different versions, integrating a wide and diverse range of sensors. The several different types of bracelets often require the user to interact with the bracelet itself or with the help line attendant. H...

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