In the last few decades, computing has moved beyond the domain of bulky desktops and can now be found embedded all around us, in the form of sensors, wearables, mobile devices.
In this video, Professor Archan Misra introduces two projects:
1. Batteryless wearables that can be charged via beamforming technology
2. Fine grained monitoring of weight stack based exercises, with the use of a simple sensor.
Prof Archan Misra is a Professor of Information Systems, Associate Dean (Research), and Director of the Centre for Smart Nation Analytics (CASA).
Pervasive and Mobile Computing Systems, Stream-Based and Event-Oriented Middleware, Sensor Information Fusion, Processing and Analytics, Wireless Networking and Performance Optimisation
Vu H. Tran, Misra, A., Xiong, J.,& Krishna Balan, R. (2019). WiWear: Wearable Sensing via Directional WiFi Energy Harvesting. 2019 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom).
Vu H. Tran, Misra, A., Roy, Q., Choo, K. T. W., and Lee, Y. Smartwatch-based early gesture detection & trajectory tracking for interactive gesture-driven applications. (2018). Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies. 2, (1), 39: 1-27.
Radhakrishnan, M., Misra, A. & Balan, R. (2019). W8-Scope: Fine-Grained, Practical Monitoring of Weight Stack-based Exercises. Under Submission, Forthcoming.
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