The MICELab group, led by Prof. Josep Vehí, is an interdisciplinary research group of the Institute of Informatics and Applications of the University of Girona involved in national and international research and transfer projects.

The team is composed of experienced researchers from the control engineering field with expertise in systems and control theory, modelling and control of biomedical systems, uncertain dynamical systems, robust and predictive control and decision support systems.

Our Vision:
To be the leading provider of innovative technological solutions for diabetes and other chronic diseases management

Our Mission:
To empower patients to take control of their disease and improve their quality of life and well-being by means of the incorporation of biomedical knowledge and clinical evidence in m-health systems and the intensive use of wearable devices

Prof. Josep Vehí  is a professor of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Girona, Spain and an associate researcher at the Biomedical Research Institute of Girona. He is responsible for the “IEEE working group on Interval Methods for Control” and member of “IFAC Technical Committee on Modelling and Control of Biomedical Systems”. He is currently leading the team of the University of Girona within the Spanish Artificial Pancreas and Diabetes Technology Consortium, which joined in 2018 the Spanish center for diabetes research Center for Biomedical Research in Diabetes and Associated Metabolic Diseases.