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Teun van den Heuvel

Teun van den Heuvel

  • Engineering
  • Trainee Patent Attorney

Teun van den Heuvel studied biomedical engineering at the University of Twente, with a specialization in biomechatronics.

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For eight years he worked as a scientist at Philips Research, creating innovations for medical technology, including systems for patient monitoring. He led international R&D projects and, as an inventor, was often involved in patent applications. Since 2019, Teun has been working as a trainee patent attorney at V.O.

Working experience

  • Trainee patent attorney, V.O. (2019-present)
  • Project leader, Deventer Hospital (2018)
  • Scientist and project leader, Philips Research (2010-2018)

Education

  • MSc Biomedical Engineering, University of Twente (2010)
  • BSc Biomedical Engineering, University of Twente (2008)

Publications

  • Aelen, P., Van den Heuvel, T., Bresch, E. et al. Pulse rate measurement module and method. WO2017129495.
  • Van den Heuvel, T., Xie, Y., Heinrich, A. et al. Restraint management. WO2016150750.
  • Falck, T., Van den Heuvel, T., Van der Heide, E.M. et al. Context detection for medical monitoring. WO2016135069.
  • Mühlsteff, J., Bresch, E., Van den Heuvel, T. et al. Apparatus and method for providing a control signal for a blood pressure measurement device. WO2016135043.
  • Yang, L., Lambert, N. and Van den Heuvel, T. Patient health state compound score distribution and/or representative compound score based thereon. US10037412B2.
  • Goll, R. and Van den Heuvel, T. Method and system for creating safety checklists. US2014316794
  •  Van den Heuvel, T. An apparatus and method for determining the posture of a user. WO2013136264
  • Fokkenrood, S.A.W. and Van den Heuvel, T. Method and apparatus for elevator motion detection. EP2748093B1
  • Duric, H., Van de Laar, J. and Van den Heuvel, T. A device for monitoring a user and a method for calibrating the device. EP2747648B1.
  • Ten Kate, W.R.T., Duric, H., Van den Heuvel, T. et al. Bed exit monitoring apparatus.  EP2741669B1.
  • Mühlsteff, J. and Van den Heuvel, T. Fever detection apparatus. US9924879B2.
  • Yin, B., Fokkenrood, S.A.W., Duric, H. and Van den Heuvel, T. Monitoring of vital body signals during movement. US9833171B2.
  • Van den Heuvel, T. and Duric, H. Automatic orientation calibration for a body-mounted device. EP2598028B1.

Languages

  • Dutch
  • English
  • German (basic)
  • French (basic)

 

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