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    • Autonomous Radar-based Gait Monitoring System 

      Abedifirouzjaei, Hajar (University of Waterloo, 2023-05-16)
      Features related to gait are fundamental metrics of human motion [1]. Human gait has been shown to be a valuable and feasible clinical marker to determine the risk of physical and mental functional decline [2], [3]. ...
    • Cardio-respiratory Health Monitoring Using a Wearable Radar System 

      Abu-Sardanah, Serene (University of Waterloo, 2023-09-13)
      Assessing cardio-pulmonary health is a crucial aspect of evaluating overall well-being. With the rise of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases worldwide, monitoring these physiological functions is vital for proper ...
    • Fingerprint-based indoor positioning and intensity classification using an improved machine learning framework 

      Patel, Kushant (University of Waterloo, 2021-10-21)
      Covid-19 has changed the world in terms of business, public, and many other fields. Millions of livelihoods have been affected by the pandemic. Amidst the upheaval, work from home and restrictions on indoor gatherings have ...
    • Low Cost Wet Diaper Detector System 

      Akhuokhale, Martins (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-12)
      The role of smart wet diaper detectors to health caregivers cannot be over-emphasized. Prolong wetness in patients and babies is one of the major causes of rashes especially when the wetness is not detected on time. ...
    • Lumped Elements Loaded Miniaturized Antenna for Bluetooth Enabled Hearing Aid Devices 

      Li, Zhichao (University of Waterloo, 2016-01-22)
      Hearing loss is one of the most common physical and sensory impairments among all ages, especially elders. Hearing loss may affect only one ear or both ears of a patient at a different degree of impairment. This asymmetrical ...
    • Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Using Electromagnetic Sensors 

      Omer, Ala Eldin (University of Waterloo, 2022-05-16)
      Monitoring glycemia levels in people with diabetes has developed rapidly over the last decade. A broad range of easy-to-use systems of reliable accuracies are now deployed in the market following the introduction of the ...
    • Radar-based Human Pulse Sensing 

      Riad, Michael (University of Waterloo, 2024-05-10)
      This thesis presents a novel approach where a superstrate is used to re-purpose a commercial off-the-shelf mm-wave 60 GHz radar by Infineon (BGT60TR13C) for near-field human pulse sensing. The superstrate is realized through ...
    • A Radar-Based In-Cabin Health Monitoring System 

      gharamohammadi, ali (University of Waterloo, 2024-05-17)
      The topic of in-cabin health care monitoring within vehicles has recently garnered significant attention. This technology serves two primary applications in a vehicle. First is the monitoring of the vital signs of drivers ...
    • Remote vital signs monitoring using a mm-wave FMCW radar 

      Alizadeh, Mostafa (University of Waterloo, 2019-01-23)
      A vision on the migration from contact standard health monitoring measurement devices to non-contact measurement technologies has gained a tremendous attention in literature and in industry. A promising method for realizing ...
    • Smartphone-enabled Biotelemetric System For a Smart Contact Lens 

      Chen, Luyao (University of Waterloo, 2017-04-27)
      Diabetes describes a disordered metabolic state with an overabundance of glucose in the bloodstream, due to insu cient production or utilization of insulin to allow tissue cells from consuming glucose. People with unmanaged ...
    • UAV Detection Based on Adaptive Radar Signal Processing 

      Sayed, Ahmed Nasser Abdelmohsen (University of Waterloo, 2024-01-23)
      (Unmanned Air Vehicles) UAVs, commonly known as drones, have become widely available across the globe; they can be used for many useful applications, but they can also be used for illegal activities and terrorist attacks. ...


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