I am currently a Research Fellow in the Pervasive Computing group, part of the Hamlyn Centre at Imperial college, London working on applications of machine learning in Body sensor networks and surgical skill evaluation.
Previously, I finished my Dphil at the robotics group in Oxford, under the supervision of Dr Penny Probert Smith. The main aim of my Dphil was the application of Machine learning techniques for underwater seabed classification. I then worked as a Lecturer in the British University in Dubai in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh
Elite Sports Performance Research in Training
New paper: Pervasive sensing for athletic training B.P.L. Lo, L. Atallah, B. Crewther, A.M. Spehar-Deleze, S. Anastasova, P. Conway, C. Cook, S. Drawer, P. Vadgama, and G-Z Yang,
in Delivering London 2012: ICT Enabling the Games, The IET special interest publication,
Nov 2011, pages 53-62.pdf
e-AR: An ear worn sensor for healthcare and sports monitoringVideo
Winner of the Bluetooth World Cup 2010 (among 270 international teams) also winner of the healthcare category.
Finalist in the IET Awards 2010.
Winnner of the medical futures award for research translation in ENT
Real time pervasive monitoring for post operative care, BSN 2007
latallah (at) doc.ic.ac.uk
Department of Computing, Imperial College, London