PhD Thesis diabetes-related

  • Aleix Beneyto Tantiña, Robust and fault-tolerant strategies for controlling blood glucose in patients with type 1 diabetes. Supervisor: J. Vehí. December 2020.
  • Lyvia Regina Biagi Silva Bertachi, Development and validation of new methods for the detection and diagnosis of faults and for risk assessment in the artificial pancreas. Supervisors: J. Vehí, J. A. Martín. July 2019.
  • Arthur Hirata Bertachi, Development and validation of robust and fault-tolerant strategies for controlling the blood glucose in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Supervisors: J. Vehí, N. Luo. July 2019.
  • Silvia Juliana Oviedo Castillo, Forecasting and decision support for Type 1 Diabetes insulin therapy using machine learning. Supervisors: J. Vehí, I. Contreras. April 2019.
  • Charrise Mary Ramkissoon, Novel Methods for Efficiency and Safety in the Artificial Pancreas Intended for Domiciliary Use. Supervisor: J. Vehí. March 2019.
  • Fabian Mauricio León Vargas, Design and implementation of a closed-loop blood glucose control system in patients with type 1 diabetes. Supervisor: J. Vehí. October 2013.
  • Yenny Teresa Leal Moncada, Enfoques metodológicos para mejorar la precisión y fiabilidad de los sistemas de monitorización continua de glucosa en pacientes con diabetes tipo 1 y en pacientes críticos mediante técnicas lineales y no lineales. Supervisors: J. Vehí, M. L. Ruiz. July 2013.
  • Maira Alejandra García Jaramillo, Prediction of postprandial blood glucose under intra-patient variability and uncertainty and its use in the design of insulin dosing strategies for type 1 diabetic patients. Supervisors: J. Vehí, R. Calm. July 2011.
  • Esteban Reinaldo Gelso, Propuesta para el diagnóstico de sistemas dinámicos con incertidumbres a partir de modelos de intervalos. Supervisor: J. Armengol, April 2009.