Professor McLaughlin OBE, a physicist is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and the Irish Academy of Engineering and a Member of the IEEE. He has developed significant initiatives within bioengineering research, technology transfer, outreach and teaching since 1986. Presently, as a Professor in the School of Engineering he is also the Director of the Engineering Research Institute and Director of NIBEC. His salient disciplines address Connected Health, healthcare wireless sensor systems, nanotechnology and related bio-sensing applications. He is also the founder and CTO of a range of Health Technology companies including Intelesens.


Dr. Dewar Finlay is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Ulster’s School of Engineering his main areas of teaching are in Engineering Computing and Digital Signal Processing. His main area of research interest is in Healthcare Technology with a particular focus on computerized electrocardiology. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Electrocardiology and serves on the Board of Directors of Computing in Cardiology, Inc and the Executing Board for the International Society for Computerised Electrocardiology. Dewar currently leads Ulster’s involvement in PATHway.


Dr. Daniel Guldenring is a lecturer in Electronic Engineering at the Ulster University, Belfast, United Kingdom. He received a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) degree in Electrical Engineering and a MEng degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Augsburg, Germany in 2009. Dr. Guldenring received this Ph.D. from the School of Computing and Mathematics of the Ulster University, Belfast, in 2013. His research focuses on medical devices, with a particular interest in biomedical signal processing for computerised Electrocardiology.