The University of Southampton

ECS Centre for Health Technologies (CHT) was established in 2018 by the School of Electronics and Computer Science to facilitate coordination between ECS academics and practitioners in the health domain, such as the fields of e-health, healthcare technologies, wellbeing and rehabilitation. ECS has significant expertise spanning many areas in the health domain, and wishes to continue collaborations and outreach with health partners.

Impact

The ECS CHT aims to provide a catalyst for new collaborations and partnerships between ECS and health partners. Impact is delivered by the CHT through:

  • The organisation of outreach events to facilitate matchmaking between health practitioners and ECS researchers.
  • Public briefing events at open days and science festivals to share knowledge of advancements in health technologies.
  • Promotional material including videos and social media posts to advertise the achievements of CMI memebrs and the university at large.

A number of events to establish collaborations and inform stakeholders. The Events page contains a summary of past events and upcoming announcements.

 

How do I get Involved ?
 

We welcome partnerships with industry and government agencies to organise events and to co-create research questions. We work hard to identify the appropriate reserchers within ECS for your problem. We support our partners through joint bids for grants for large projects or through direct consultancy for one-to-one business critical solutions.

  • 30 January 2019

    University of Southampton launches...

    Academics and health professionals are uniting to solve challenging clinical problems through a new Centre for Health Technologies (CHT) at the University of Southampton.

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  • 28 January 2019

    Leader in uterine monitoring to help couples...

    Interdisciplinary researchers from Electronics and Computer Science (ECS), the Institute for Life Sciences (IfLS), and Medicine are celebrating a £3m fundraising round by University of Southampton spin-out company Vivoplex. The funding will be used to advance a biosensor to help couples with fertility problems.

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  • 29 November 2018

    Research endorses better air quality for...

    Improved awareness of poor indoor air quality could lead to healthier and more productive offices, according to research published by the University of Southampton.

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