Jocelyne Fayn

National Institute of Health and Medical Research, France


Jocelyne Fayn was born in Montelimar in the south-east of France. She received the M.S. degree in mathematics, specialties in informatics and in statistics, from the University Claude Bernard Lyon I, Lyon, France, and the Ph.D. degree in computer sciences from INSA-Lyon, the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon, Lyon, France. She is currently a research engineer in INSERM, the National Institute of Health and Medical Research, and the Assistant Director of the Methodologies of Information Processing in Cardiology (MTIC) Research Laboratory of INSA-Lyon and University of Lyon. She is also the Coordinator of the study unit Medical Informatics and Communication Technologies of the Master Biomedical Research of the University of Lyon. She was engaged in three national French projects and eight UE-funded research projects. She is an International Editor of the Journal of Electrocardiology. She was a reviewer of a number of international journals. Her research interests include telemedicine, information systems, pervasive computing, ambient intelligence, information and communication technologies, medical informatics, biosignals processing, serial ECG analysis, and medical decision-making. She has authored or coauthored more than 100 publications. Fayn was the Chair of the 32nd IEEE Annual Conference on Computers in Cardiology. She was an Invited Expert of European Committee for Standardization (CEN)/Technical Committee 251/Working Group 4 on Health Informatics Technology for interoperability and a Member of the Board of the WG15 working group Computers in Cardiology of the European Society of Cardiology for several years. She has been a member of program committees of several international conferences and workshops.

Biography Updated on 18 January 2014

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