July 13th, 2020: 4th ELSAH project meeting in the cyberspace

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting was held remotly. A main point were the 1st generation demonstrator validation activities and the preparation of the 2nd generation ELSAH system demonstrator.

 

February 19th – 21st, 2020: 3rd ELSAH project meeting in Vienna

A focal point of our 3rd project meeting was to discuss and agree on the detailed layout of the 2nd generation ELSAH-system demonstrator. The meeting also included site visits of the laboratories of our project partners located in Vienna, namely AIT and DirectSens.

 

December 5th, 2019: 1st generation ELSAH-system demonstrator

The ELSAH project targets to demonstrate a smart patch prototype for microneedle-based continuous monitoring of the molecular biomarkers glucose and lactate within the dermal interstitial fluid. The project is structured around realising and validating three system generations of increasing complexity and integration level, with the final 3rd generation system resembling the ELSAH-patch that will be evaluated by volunteers.

We now assembled the 1st generation ELSAH-system as a first demonstrator for the general ELSAH approach. Its central part is a versatile multi-purpose evaluation board developed by Infineon Technologies Austria AG. It provides connectivity to all other components that together form the 1st generation ELSAH-system, namely the microneedle biosensor developed by Tyndall National Institute and Imperial College London, the printed RF and NFC antennas developed by Centro Technológico LEITAT and the printed battery developed by Saralon GmbH. The 1st generation ELSAH-system now enables us to easily test and optimise different embodiments of its components as well as their system level interplay.

 

October 22nd – 23rd, 2019: ELSAH at the EC workshop on 'Smart Bioelectronic and Wearable Systems’

At the Workshop on ‘Smart Bioelectronic and Wearable Systems’ in Brussels, organized by the EC, the ELSAH team members Tony Cass (ICL), Joerg Schotter (AIT) and Conor O’Mahony (Tyndall) (photo from left to right) presented our project to the workshop attendees

The result of this experiment revealed that Sildenafil citrate consumption caused significant (P<0.inability, for at least 3 months duration, to achieve and/or cialis online.

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October 9th – 10th, 2019: 2nd ELSAH project meeting in Cork

Our 2nd project meeting also included site visits of our project partners located in the Cork area, namely Sanmina’s medical manufacturing facility in Fermoy and Tyndall’s laboratories in Cork.
 
 

June 11th, 2019: ELSAH in the media

Today, we published an international and an Austrian national press release on the motivation and objectives of the ELSAH project.

 

January 9th – 10th, 2019: ELSAH project kick-off meeting in Brussels

Participants of all ten project partners met and conferred with the members of the external advisory board and the Project Officer to kick-off the ELSAH project.