Non-Invasive Physiological Monitoring Technologies
Exhibit Code: GOR-146
Zone: Field House
Location: Gordon Field House And Activities Center (GOR/024) - First Floor
Time: All Day
The Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering is involved in various non-invasive physiological monitoring research projects in collaboration with industrial and federal partners, including Welch Allyn, Blue Highway, Xerox, RGH, National Semiconductors, Data Physics, NSF, NIH. Many of the projects focus on providing non-invasive monitoring of a patient’s physiological condition in hospitals and residential areas. Examples include: wireless electrocardiogram systems with reduced lead sets, blood glucose monitoring based on electrical characteristics of human tissues, MRI image processing, blood pressure monitoring without the use of cuffs and extracting cardiac pulse from webcam video streams. This exhibit presents current research activities including live demonstrations of prototypes.
Gill R Tsouri, Jayanti Venkataraman, Sohail Dianat, David Borkholder, Cody Cziesler, Nick Desaulniers , Nick Sereni, Nikhil Argade, Survi Kyal, Ruslan Dautov, Matthew Sidley, gregory moxam, Joseph Majkowski , Trong Duong, Sheldon Palmer, Danielle Walters