My student and I received the Vodafone Wireless Innovation Project Award for our innovation for the benefit of the visually impaired.
I was fortunate to be involved in the complete redesign of the capstone course.
I received the Edward K. Rice Outstanding Doctoral Student Award in Engineering.
I am pursuing end-to-end research in the field of wireless/mobile health which is highly interdisciplinary in nature.
The core areas of my research include Embedded System Design, Networked Embedded Computing, Health Data Analytics and related Clinical Trials.
Patients with advanced glaucoma experience severe difficulties in activities of daily living such as walking, reading, visual search, and driving.
UCLA Smart Shoes and their successor UCLA Smart Insoles for Ubiquitous Gait Monitoring.
Timed Up and Go (TUG) Test with UCLA Smart Insoles. Click here to watch the video.
Walking activity occurrences are discovered in multidimensional time series accelerometer data. Applications include gait analysis, on-body sensor localization, and estimation of daily energy expenditure.
No Pain No GameTM is an example of commercialized technology in the field of smart homes, where children are rewarded TV time based on their daily physical activity level.