WEARABLE BIOIMPEDANCE SENSOR (JAWBONE)
I was the Lead Research Engineer at Jawbone who led development of the first consumer wearable bioimpedance (BI) sensor that detects heart rate (HR), respiration rate (RR) and galvanic skin response at the wrist. The sensor is currently in millions of Jawbone’s UP3/UP4 health trackers.
Selection of Media Mentions:
Granted 5 US patents for novel signal processing algorithms and bioimpedance system design
Invented HR/RR extraction algorithms that use a priori knowledge to extract vitals from ultra-low SNR signals
Designed low-noise BI sensor that detects microvolt vital signals across a diverse population
Validated the BI sensor across ~3,600 hours of data from users at Jawbone, Stanford, Univ. of Pittsburgh, etc
Oversaw manufacturing of BI system in China: set-up assembly line specifications and designed tests