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News About Changyong (Chase) Cao
Designed specifically for faculty interested in exploring entrepreneurship as a path to market for their research, the Veale Faculty Fellowship program welcomes eight fellows this year, four from the Case School of Engineering. Discover the project they’ll be focused on, what innovation means to them and what gets them excited about the crossroads of research and entrepreneurship.
Case Western Reserve University leads development of monitoring system to keep food shipments fresh, reduce waste and improve supply chain management
Changyong "Chase" Cao joined Case Western Reserve University in November of 2021. Since his arrival, he's already made great research strides with a focus on smart technology, like inexpensive wearable tech and breath controlled smart home technology.
Case Western Reserve University scientists invent novel breath-controlled device that allows users to command “smart” technology and monitor breathing.
Scientists at Case Western Reserve University have developed an inexpensive way to transform an ordinary shirt into an electronic smart shirt—one able to monitor and adjust body temperature or even allow the wearer to apply heat to a sore shoulder or back.
Changyong (Chase) Cao In the News
Changyong “Chase” Cao, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, discussed the design and capability of a device he and his team have invented that allows users to control “smart technology” by changing their breathing patterns.