Remote reading of surgical monitor's physiological vitals

Faculty of Computing conducted journal reading sessions for academic staff each month to improve the research culture in faculty. Also, this session creates a collaborative learning environment where the academic staff can explore new ideas, challenge existing paradigms, and enhance their research skills while this initiative contributes to the professional growth and development of faculty academic members.

For May, Dr. Kaneeka Vidanage, an esteemed member of the Department of Computer Science, FOC conducted the journal reading session titled “Remote reading of surgical monitor’s physiological reading: An image processing approach” on 16th May 2024 from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm at Faculty of Computing, KDU. Dr. Vidanage explained how the AI facilitates the remote surgical monitor reading more accurately and more comfortable way in both doctors and patients and we reflected on the valuable insights about the Image processing approach from the May journal reading session.

In the future, we look forward to having more opportunities to enrich our academic staff in research by sparking lively discussions among academic staff members, enabling them to exchange perspectives, share insights, and more critical evaluation.