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Ageing in place isn't just about ageing at home, it's about keeping people connected to their communities and society, with the aim of improving quality of life and independence. The research under this sub-theme will focus on technological approaches and solutions for supporting, monitoring and delivering services for optimal ageing.

Current Projects

Lead Investigator: Ageing Well, Ageing in Place
Professor Lovell's (BE (Hons), PhD) work in research and development demonstrates a mix of scientific excellence, scholarship, innovation and leadership that maintains all the best traditions of academic life but also engages both industry and the community. He is currently the Head of the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering at UNSW and has research projects with more than a dozen clinicians throughout the broader Health Alliance. UNSW has recognised his extensive research contributions by awarding a Scientia Professorship in 2011. He has published 700+ journal articles, books, chapters, patents, refereed proceedings and abstracts. He is a board member of the journal 'Physiological Measurement', a founding board member of the 'Journal of Neural Engineering' and an Associate Editor of 'IEEE journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics'.