Seminar: Respiratory condition and air quality assessment
A healthy human breathes roughly 30,000 times a day while consuming about 11,000 litres of air. Air consists of not only gases (e.g. oxygen and nitrogen), but also a complex mixture of chemicals and orgasms, such as particle pollutants, pollen, bacteria and viruses that all threaten the wellness of human respiratory system. The project aims at implementing a convenient approach for daily respiratory and air quality analysis by merging advanced monitoring technologies.
Develop wearable prototypes for close-to-face air analysis and apply detection algorithms to extract useful biomarkers.
- Prototype health monitoring wearables.
- Design study protocols and arrange data collection.
- Extract biomarkers from sensor data.
|Period||Summer term 2020|
|Presense time||80% working from remote, 20% on-site lab work|
|Useful knowledge||Embedded programming, electronics, mechanical design, Python|
|Work distribution||30% 3D modeling, 30% electronics integration, 20% data collection, 20% programming|
|Med. Eng. designation||Advanced Context Recognition (ACR)|
|First meeting||Online introduction/Vorbesprechung, see: online-introduction-vorbesprechung-of-summer-term-2020-seminars|
|Registration||Via StudOn, obligatory after introduction|
Up-to-date literature recommendations are provided during the meetings.
Final presentation and final report.