Participate in developing new electro-mechanical devices for patient monitoring and medical diagnosis. The technology is based on the detection of body sound signatures and understanding their mechanisms of generation. In this lab we combine novel sensors, computerized measurements, advanced signal processing, and computer simulations to describe the acoustic properties of body sounds. This novel approach offers several advantages including: low cost, small size, non invasiveness, and suitability to remote monitoring.
Start Date: 1/8/2024 - End Date: 4/28/2024
Type of Project
Be involved in designing and performing experiments and in building and testing electro-mechanical equipment for studying acoustics in the human body and in related benchtop systems. Participate in performing human experiments to quantify the performance of the new devices.
Willingness to learn new skills and explore new areas Ability to perform literature review as needed Enthusiastic about how combining knowledge in engineering and medicine can solve human health problems Basic computer literacy Some knowledge about acoustic concepts Familiarity with some electro-mechanical systems
Interested in Working With the Following Programs
For EXCEL URE Students Only