Current projects

Capturing and interpreting people’s activity and vital signs is central to monitoring and managing their health. We are creating new and innovative ways of embedding sensors and systems into people’s environments to enable zero-effort remote monitoring.

Research has shown that youth and older adults have much to gain through meaningful interactions as they complement each other’s knowledge, aptitudes, and levels of energy. However, the current social landscape is causing increasing disconnect between the generations.

Sleep is a crucial and substantial biological process. While many wearables monitor sleep, they focus on estimating when people are asleep, but do not take into account circadian rhythms.