News and Events

 

2020

  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received I-Corps Teams award from UARF I-Corps Sites Program: Fast Forward Medical Innovations(FFMI) in November 2020.
  • [Award] Mr. Xiaoye Qian received the fellowship from the CWRU Translational Fellows Program to work through the process of developing wearable technology for commercialization in October 2020.
  • [Media] ”Going From iSmoke to No Smoking With Wearables”, Curious Science Writers Program, Americans for Medical Progress, October 2020.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received an NSF award for the human-technology frontier project, "Distributed Intelligent Assistant to Infrastructure Inspection Workers" under the award number 2026612 in August 2020. 
  • [Award] Dr. Huang received the Case School of Engineering Graduate Teaching Award in August 2020.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang has been appointed as Associate Professor at CWRU in July 2020.
  • [Scholarship] Ms. Golnoush Asaeikheybari has been awarded the GHC Scholarship to attend the 2020 Grace Hopper Celebration (she was recognized as a GHC scholar) in June 2020. 
  • [Teaching] EECS490: Digital Image Processing in June 2020.
  • [Status] Congratulations on Diliang for his new position, a tenure-track ECE assistant professorship at the University of New Hampshire in March 2020.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the Ohio Third Frontier in January 2020.

2019

  • [Award] Ms. Golnoush Asaeikheybari has won the third place and cash prize in Cleveland Medical Hackathon in October 2019.
  • [Scholarship] Ms. Golnoush Asaeikheybari received the NSF student travel award for CHASE Conference in August 2019.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang has been appointed as Adjunct Associate Professor at Taipei Medical University in August 2019.
  • [Media] Our NSF project (1664368) was selected to be the NSF Computer Systems Research (CSR) Spotlight Projects in the NSF newsletter, July 2019.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang has been appointed as Visiting Assistant Professor at the National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Science in June 2019.
  • [Media] ”Internet of Medical Wearable Things: Unmet Needs, Challenges, and Impacts”, International Conference of Smart Care & Technology Application, June 2019.
  • [Scholarship] Mr. Xiaoye Qian received an MS student fellowship from The Institute for Smart, Secure and Connected Systems (ISSACS) in April 2019.
  • [Award] Ms. Golnoush Asaeikheybari received an award of interactive poster design at the 2019 Cyberinfrastructure Day hosted by University Technology in April 2019.
  • [Scholarship] Ms. Golnoush Asaeikheybari received a student travel award for Scientista Symposium on March 25, 2019.
  • [Media] ”Internet of Medical Wearable Things: Unmet Needs, Challenges, and Impacts”, Health Action Council, February 2019.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the CDC in February 2019.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the Health Resources and Services Administration in February 2019.
  • [Award] Mr. David Xu has been named a Regeneron Science Talent Search 2019 Scholar in January 2019.
  • [Teaching] EECS600: GPU Architecture for Scientific Computing in January 2019.

2018

  • [Service] Dr. Huang was invited to serve as an Academic Editor for The IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics in December 2018.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from The Institute for Smart, Secure and Connected Systems (ISSACS) in December 2018.
  • [Media] Cleveland IoT Center for Smart and Connected Healthcare of the Aging Population, The Sound of Ideas, Ideastream, November 2018,
  • [Media] ”Is an Internet of Ears the Next Big Thing for Smart Homes?”, Case School of Engineering, November 2018.
  • [Media] ”Senior Care Meets Scientific Research”, Case School of Engineering, October 2018.
  • [Media] ”Wearable Technology – On the Threshold of Clinical Care”, Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Magazine Outlook, Fall 2018.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang joined the Center for Engineering Action as Faculty Steering Committee Member in October 2018. 
  • [Media] ”Tech To Help Smokers Quit”, The Sound of Ideas, Ideastream, August 2018.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the NIOSH in August 2018.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative in August 2018. 
  • [Service] Dr. Huang serves as the CSE graduate committee in August 2018.
  • [Scholarship] Ms. Ridaa Ali, received the SOURCE summer student research fund this year for the topic "Explore Correlation Between Body Balance and Hearing Sensitivity using Mobile Health Technology" in June 2018.
  • [Service] Dr. Huang joined the Editorial Board of PLOS ONE as an Academic Editor in May 2018.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang joined Institute for Smart, Secure and Connected Systems (ISSACS) at Case Western Reserve University in May 2018.
  • [Award] SAIL@CWRU becomes Data Challenge Winning Team in IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics and IEEE International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Network in March 2018.
  • [Service] Dr. Huang served as a session co-chair for IEEE International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Network in March 2018.
  • [Scholarship] Mr. Yi Cai received the NSF student travel award for BSN Conference on March 2018.
  • [Teaching] EECS314: Computer Architecture in January 2018.

2017

  • [Service] Dr. Huang served as the chair of the EECS graduate committee in December 2017.
  • [Media] “Biometric Identifies You in a Heartbeat”, 60-Second Scientific American, October 6, 2017.
  • [Scholarship] Mr. Diliang Chen received the NSF student travel award for CHASE Conference on October 2017.
  • [Scholarship] Mr. Yi Cai, received think[box] Student Project Fund in September 2017.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang served as the Director, mHealth@CWRU – Mobile Health Laboratory at Case Western Reserve University in August 2017. mHealth@CWRU is established for enhancing graduate-level education and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
  • [Media] “Finalists for Ninth Annual Vodafone Americas Foundation Wireless Innovation Project Revealed”, Marketwired, April 26, 2017. 
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health for the mHealth research project under award number 3P30CA043703-27S4 in April 2017. 
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from DoD Army Research for the mHealth research project, ''Identifying and managing MS fatigue phenotypes by developing an artificially intelligent smartwatch app" in April 2017.
  • [Award] Ms. Jia Chen received the award of "2017 Poster Competition Graduate Winner" from Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing in February 2017. 
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received an NSF award for the wearable design project, "Wearable Nanofabrication Designs Create Better Fitting Intelligent Prosthetic Sockets" under the award number 1664368 in February 2017. 

2016

  • [Media] “This smartphone app screened for autism with 94% accuracy”, New York Daily News, November 15, 2016. 
  • [Media] “Smartphone hacks 3-D printer by measuring ’leaked’ energy and acoustic waves”, Communications of the ACM, September 12, 2016.
  • [Media] “Smartphones can steal 3-D printing plans by listening to the printer ”, Fedscoop, September 9, 2016.
  • [Media] “Top secret designs could be stolen from 3D prints using an ordinary smartphones”, Digital Trend, September 9, 2016.
  • [Scholarship] Ms. Menghan Liu and Ms. Jia Chen received the NSF student travel award for CHASE Conference in May 2016.
  • [Media] “Can Your Ears Help Control Your Stomach?”, The Wall STREET JOURNAL, April 15, 2016.
  • [Service] Dr. Huang served as Research ShowCASE 2016 Judge in April 2016
  • [Award] SAIL@CWRU received the Google Internet of Things (IoT) Technology Research Award in April 2016.
  • [Media] “This Necklace Counts Calories by Listening to You Chew”, Mobihealthnews, March 19, 2016
  • [Media] “AutoDietary necklace that ’hears what you eat’ could help you manage your diet”, Lives-mart, March 18, 2016 19. “A Necklace That Measures Caloric Intake?”, Medicaldaily, March 17, 2016

2015

  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received Nord award from CWRU University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE) in July 2015.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received subaward (lead by Dr. Triolo) from NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke in July 2015.
  • [Service] Dr. Huang served as a publicity co-chair for MobileHealth workshop in June 2015.
  • [Grant] SAIL@CWRU received research support from the Ohio Occupational Safety and Health Research Program in June 2015.
  • [Teaching] EECS410: Mobile Health (mHealth) Technology started in January 2015

2014

  • [Status] Dr. Huang served as an Investigator, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Advanced Platform Technology (APT) Center in October 2014.
  • [Status] Dr. Huang served as the Director, SAIL@CWRU – Sensing and Interaction Laboratory at Case Western Reserve University in August 2014.
  • [Award] Dr. Huang received the best paper award, IEEE International Conference on Implantable and Wearable Body Sensor Networks, Boston, USA in May 2013.
  • [Award] Dr. Huang received the best demo paper award, ACM Conference on Wireless Health, San Diego, USA in October 2011.