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0800 -0845 Registration and Continental Breakfast
0845-0925 Welcome Comments by NSF Personnel
0925-1025 Invited Plenary Talks

Wearable Sensor Systems for Long Term Health and Environmental Monitoring - Veena Misra (Nanosystems ERC, ASSIST & NCSU)

How a Wealth of Information Begets a Poverty of Attention: The Special Case of Data Overload in the ICU - J. Perren Cobb, M.D.
(Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Critical Care Center)

1025-1040 Short 5-min Presentations on Highlighted Whitepapers

WP1.1. The Need for Technical Solutions Underlying Wireless and Mobile Health Systems - John Stankovic (University of Virginia)

WP1.2.The Evolution of Software-Programmable Cyber-Physical Digital Microfluidic Laboratories-on-a-Chip - Philip Brisk (U.C. Riverside)

WP1.3. Cyber Physical System Models for Just-in-Time Care Delivery with Mobile Health Sensors - Santosh Kumar (University of Memphis)

1040-1110 Break
1110-1215 Breakout Session #1:

BR1.1: Continual Sensing of Health Markers - Lead: Veena Misra (NSF Nanosystems ERC ASSIST & NCSU) / Co-Lead: Susan Trolier-McKinstry (Pennsylvania State) / Co-Lead: Tho Nguyen (NSF)

BR1.2: "Missing" Sensing Modalities - Lead: Santosh Kumar (University of Memphis) / Co-Lead: Steven Schachter (Center for Integration of Medicine & Innovative Technology) / Co-Lead: Phillip Regalia (NSF)

BR1.3: Processing and Communicating Sensory Information - Lead: Jack Stankovic (University of Virginia) / Co-Lead: Deepak Ganesan University of Massachusetts) / Co-Lead: Thyaga Nandagopal (NSF)

BR1.4: Inferences from Complex, Incomplete, and High-Rate Data - Lead: Greg Pottie (UCLA) / Co-Lead: Philip Brisk (UC Riverside) / Co-Lead: Vinay Pai (NIH)

1215-1315 Lunch
1315-1445 Invited Plenary Talks

Trustworthy Health and Wellness (THAW) - David Kotz (Institute for Security, Technology, and Society, Dartmouth College)

Patient Safety Challenges for Medical Device Innovation - Julian Goldman (Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School)

Challenges and Opportunities in Controlling the Human Heart - Radu Grosu (Vienna University of Technology & SUNY Stony Brook)

1445-1500 Short 5-min Presentations on Highlighted Whitepapers

WP2.1. Multifunction Delegates for Secure Medical Cyber-Physical Systems - Richard Schantz (Raytheon BBN Technologies)

WP2.2. Zero-Defect Methods for Surgical Robots - Yanni Kouskoulas (Johns Hopkins University/APL)

WP2.3. From Verified Models to Verified Code for Medical Devices - Miroslav Pajic (University of Pennsylvania)

1500-1530 Break
1530-1630 Breakout Session Reports #1

BR1.1: 7 min

BR1.2: 7 min

BR1.3: 7 min

BR1.4: 7 min

Open Discussion

1630-1730 Breakout Session #2:

BR2.1: Medical Device Errors and Misinteractions - Lead: Insup Lee (University of Pennsylvania)/ Co-Lead: Paul Jones (FDA)

BR2.2: Securing Devices & Data Against Cyber-Physical Vulnerabilities - Lead: David Kotz (Dartmouth) / Co-Lead: Richard Schantz (Raytheon BBN Technologies) / Co-Lead: Shashank Priya (NSF)

BR2.3: Coping with Alarm Fatigue and Cognitive Overload - Lead: Julian Goldman (Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School) / Co-Lead: J. Perren Cobb (Massachusetts General Hospital) / Co-Lead: Sylvia Spengler (NSF)

BR2.4: Modeling, Simulation, & Verification to Predict Performance & Reliability - Lead: John Hatcliff (Kansas State) / Co-Lead: Miroslav Pajic (University of Pennsylvania) / Co-Lead: Anindya Banerjee (NSF)

1830-2000 Working Dinner and Keynote Talk

Advanced Technologies Beyond the Horizon:Considerations for Strategic Planning - Richard Satava, M.D.(Department of Surgery, University of Washington)

Introduction of Speaker - Mani Srivastava (UCLA and Workshop Co-Chair)

0800-0845 Registration and Continental Breakfast
0845-0945 Breakout Reports #2

BR2.1: 7 min

BR2.2: 7 min

BR2.3: 7 min

BR2.4: 7 min

Open Discussion

0945-1045 Invited Plenary Talks

Moving Beyond Current Approaches to a Broader View of Epilepsy Monitoring - Steven Schachter (Center for Integration of Medicine & Innovative Technology)

Implantable Networks of Wireless Nanoelectronic Devices - Pedro Irazoqui (Center for Implantable Devices, Purdue University)

1045-1100 Short 5-min Presentations on Highlighted Whitepapers

WP3.1: Next Generation Soft Wearable Robots to Assist Impaired Patients - Conor Walsh (Harvard University)

WP3.2: Smart Architectures for Implantable Wireless Pulse Generators for Gastric Disorder Management: A CPS Approach

Aydin Farajidavar (New York Institute of Technology)

WP3.3: Open Platform for High-Acuity Surgical Treatment with Cyber-Physical Systems - Hawkeye King & Blake Hannaford (University of Washington)

1100-1125 Break
1125-1230 Breakout Session #3:

BR3.1: Improving the Man-Machine Interface - Lead: Conor Walsh (Harvard) / Co-Lead: Art Erdman (University of Minnesota ) / Sylvia Spengler (NSF)

BR3.2: Just-in-Time Health Interventions - Lead: Jim Rehg (Georgia Institute of Technology) / Co-Lead: Wendy Nilsen (NIH)

BR3.3: Medical Robotics - Lead: Peter Kazanzides (Johns Hopkins University) / Co-Lead: Hawkeye King (University of Washington) / Co-Lead: Tho Nguyen (NSF)

BR3.4: Neural Prosthesis and Interfaces - Lead: Pedro Irazoqui (Purdue) / Co-Lead: Aydin Farajidavar (New York Institute of Technology) / Co-Lead: Shashank Priya (NSF)

1230-1330 Lunch (Open to all Attendees)

Working Lunch for Report Writing Team

1330-1415 Wild Ideas Session - Moderator: Julian Goldman
1415-1515 Breakout Reports #3

BR3.1: 7 min

BR3.2: 7 min

BR3.3: 7 min

BR3.4: 7 min

Open Discussion

1515-1600 Open Discussion and Report Planning - Workshop Co-Chairs: Mani Srivastava (UCLA) / Susan Trolier-McKinstry (Pennsylvania State University) / Scott Smolka (SUNY Stoney Brook)
1600-1615 Closing Remarks and Workshop Adjournment - Mani Srivastava (UCLA) / David Corman (NSF)