Faculty and students from the College of Engineering participated in the annual IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference Sept. 2-6 in Minneapolis.
Graduate student Sheng Hu and Professor Jindong Tan (ECE) presented a poster, “BioLogger: A Wireless Physiological Sensing and Logging System with Applications in Poultry Science.”
Professor Keat Ghee Ong (Biomedical Engineering) presented a talk, “Wireless, Magnetic-based Sensors for Biomedical Applications,” and he cochaired a session on “Magnetic Sensors.”
Graduate student Edwar Romero (MEEM) presented a poster, “The Use of Body Motion for Powering Biomedical Devices,” which was coauthored by Robert Warrington (IIS) and Michael Neuman (Biomedical Engineering).
Neuman also was a member of a panel of editors in a special session, and he gave a talk, “The Backbones of a Scientific Publication,” in a session designed for students attending the conference.