Adjunct Assistant Professor
Dr. Boger’s research focuses on intelligent technologies for enhancing the safety, health, wellbeing, and independence of older adults and people with disabilities. Jennifer employs transdisciplinary collaboration throughout her research to advance theory and create operational technologies that reflect the needs, abilities, and contexts of the people using them. A central theme to her research is the development of ambient zero-effort technologies – technologies that blend into people’s environments and operate with little or no perceived effort. Jennifer is also the Schlegel Chair in Technology for Independent Living at the Research Institute for Aging.
- Biomedical engineering
- Assistive technology
- Rehabilitation engineering
- Ambient technologies
- Zero-effort technologies
- Transdisciplinary working
- Connectivity and Internet of Things
- Dependability and security
- 2015, Doctorate, Life and Health Sciences, University of Ulster
- 2004, Master of Applied Science, Biomedical Engineering, University of Toronto
- 2002, Bachelor of Science (BSc), Biological Engineering, University of Guelph
- BME 381 - Biomedical Engineering Ethics
- Taught in 2019
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