Listening to our body sounds: What are they telling us? -

The primary focus of this project is to continue developing new devices for detection of medical conditions and patient monitoring based on body sound sigtures. In this lab we combine novel sensors, computerized measurements, and sigl processing to quantify the acoustic correlates of certain pathologies. This approach offers several potential advantages including: low cost, small size, noninvasiveness, and suitability to telemedicine.

Project Dates

Start Date: 10/15/2015 - End Date: 1/1/1970

Students Needed

Type of Project


Student Responsibilities

Be involved is designing experiments and building and testing equipment for studying acoustic phenome in systems of different levels of complexity.

Time Commitment

Student Requirements

Interested in Working With the Following Programs

For EXCEL URE Students Only
Honors Undergraduate Thesis

Additional Notes

Position Overview

  • Date Posted: 10-11-2017
  • Research Categories:
    • Engineering
    • Interdisciplinary
  • Location:
    • Orlando (Main Campus)
  • Paid: Maybe