Our paper entitled “Wearable Magneto-Inductive Waveguide for Low-Loss Wireless Body Area Networks” by V. Mishra and A. Kiourti has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. The paper is available here.
Our paper entitled “Miniture Coil Array for Passive MagnetoCardioGraphy in Non-Shielded Environments” by K. Zhu, A. Shah, J. Berkow and A. Kiurti has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics and RF in Medicine and Biology. The paper is available here.
We are awarded a 4-year Smart and Connected Health (SCH) grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) on “Personalized Wearable Metabolic Rate Monitors and Learning Social Networks – A Synergy for Smart Connected Health”. At the core of this new wearable monitoring technology sits a novel proposed smart material designed to exhibit reversible actuating behavior when exposed to skin acetone, a chemical known to directly relate to fat metabolism. Read more HERE.
Shanila Reza has received a prestigious scholarship by The Undergraduate Honors Committee in the OSU College of Engineering. This scholarship is towards support of her Honors Research Distinction project entitled “Inductive Monitoring of Joint Kinematics: A Study of Canonical vs. Anatomical Tissue Models”.
Our paper entitled “A Proximity Sensor for the Steering Wheel Based on Leaky Coaxial Cable” by Z. Wang, A. Kiourti, and R. Lee has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Sensors Journal. The paper is available here.
We are awarded a 1-year pilot grant by the Consortium for Advancement of Neuromusculoskeletal Science and Locomotion (CANSL) on “Measurement of canine knee flexion outside the lab: A wearables approach”. The study is in collaboration with Profs. Nina Kieves and Stephen Jones from the College of Veterinary Medicine.
We are awarded a 2-year R03 grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on a “Non-Invasive Wideband Radiometer for Accurate Core Temprature Monitoring”. Current means of measuring core temperature present a tradeoff between invasiveness and accuracy. Instead, we propose to explore the feasibility of an alternative radiometry technique that leverages innovations in broadband measurements, forward modeling of layered tissues, and dry biomimetic antennas to enable non-invasive, accurate, and real-time core temperature monitoring. Read more HERE.