Dr. Jocelyne Fayn

Dr. Jocelyne Fayn is currently heading the eTechSanté platform of cloud computing services in ICT for health at the US7 Federative Structure for Health Research of INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research), CNRS (National Center of Scientific Research) and University of Lyon (France). She is also the Coordinator of the study unit Medical Informatics and Communication Technologies of the Master in Biomedical Research of University of Lyon. She is the Head of the eHealth Working Group of the national Research Group in ICT for Health of CNRS and INSERM (GDR STIC-SANTE). She is an Expert of the National Research Agency for Health Technologies. She has authored or coauthored 110 publications and supervised 15 PhD students. She is a member of the Editorial Boards of the International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications and of open access Journal Heliyon.

She received the Ph.D. degree in computer sciences from the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA-Lyon), and the accreditation to supervise research (HDR) from the University of Lyon 1. She was Deputy Director of the “Methodologies of Information Processing in Cardiology” Research Laboratory of INSERM, INSA-Lyon and University of Lyon 1 for 10 years. She was engaged in three national French research projects and nine EU-funded research projects. She was a member of the board of the WG15 working group Computers in Cardiology of the European Society of Cardiology for several years. She has participated in setting-up and in revising standards ISO/DIS 11073–91064.2007 and EN 1064:2005+A1:2007, Medical Informatics—Standard Communication Protocol—Computer assisted Electrocardiography at CEN TC251 « Health Informatics », WG4 « Technology for interoperability ». Dr. Fayn was the Chair of the 32nd IEEE Annual Conference on Computers in Cardiology, and has been a member of program committees of several international workshops and conferences.

Her research interests include eHealth, medical informatics, telemedicine, ECG signal processing, e-cardiology, decision-making and artificial intelligence, ICT, information systems, pervasive computing and ambient intelligence.