Areas of expertise
Pasi Liljeberg received MSc and PhD degrees in information and communication technology from the University of Turku, Turku, Finland, in 1999 and 2005, respectively. He received Adjunct professorship in embedded computing architectures in 2010. Currently he is working as a full professor in University of Turku in the Digital Health Technology unit. At the same time he serves as head of the Department of Computing, Faculty of Technology, University of Turku. His research interests are biomedical engineering, Internet of Things, edge computing, approximate and adaptive computing, wearable sensors, digital health technology and health data analytics. Liljeberg is the (co-)author of around 300 peer-reviewed publications.
Teaching interest in the field of Health Technology in general.
My research interest fall in the field of biomedical engineering, health technology and Internet-of-Things. This is in the context wearable biomedical, wearable technology, applied machine learning, bio-signal processing, health informatics and edge computing. Special attention is paid to novel biomedical sensing applications, wearable computing, analytics, informatics, communication, and networking paradigms, especial focus onhealthcare and wellbeing applications.