Thursday 10 January 2019
8:40 am – 10:40 am | Location: Dunes 3
Objective: This session will explore advances in technologies and tools to improve accuracy of food intake and physical activity assessment with a global perspective. Speakers will consider the availability of new technologies which can be widely used in developing countries, as well as first world countries, for health promotion, and improvement of public health.
Lucy Sun Hwang, PhD
Professor Emeritus, Graduate Institute of Food Science and Technology, National Taiwan University
Scientific Affairs Latin America Manager
Hiroyuki Sasai, PhD
Assistant Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan
Accuracy of Wearable Devices for Estimating Total Energy Expenditure: Comparison with Metabolic Chamber and Doubly Labeled Water Method
Janet Cade, PhD
Professor, University of Leeds
Wearable Devices for Dietary Intake Assessment: Gaps and Future Needs for Technology
Edward Delp, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
New Technologies from an Engineering Perspective: Capabilities and Limitations of New Devices
NOTE: Immediately preceding this session, Karl Friedl, PhD, US Army, will open the two-day science symposium with the keynote talk “New Technologies and the Fifth Industrial Revolution: What does this mean for research and advancement in nutrition science and health promotion?"