Two EECS PhD students receive Qualcomm Innovation FellowshipCameron Haire and Jiale Zhang have been selected as recipients of the prestigious fellowship, which aims to support forward-thinking PhD student research.
Jesse Codling wins Best Presentation award for sensors that help protect these little piggies in their pensKnown affectionately as “The Sh*tty Project,” Codling, an ECE PhD student, monitors the vibrations in pig pens to track the health of the piglets and predict when they’re in danger.
The Wall Street Journal: December 3, 2021
Smart Bandages, Vehicle-Damage Trackers and More Data-Collecting Devices of the FutureProf. Pei Zhang’s work about capturing vibrations to predict diseases is mentioned in this article, along with Stanford collaborator, Prof. Noh.
ASEE Prism: October 22, 2021
Sense & SensibilitiesASEE’s interview with Pei Zhang describes his research (including helping the elderly, identifying a certain disease in children by their gate, and ensuring healthy pigs) as well as his family history as Chinese engineers in America and the accompanying challenges.
Prof. Pei Zhang solemnly swears that he’s up to some good
In a project he calls the “Marauder’s Map,” Prof. Zhang uses machine learning-based data models, physics models, and heuristic models to turn physical structures into sensing devices.