Wearable Computing Lab Researchers Present at Several Conferences

Despite the pandemic, Spring 2021 has been a productive time for the undergraduate researchers in the Wearable Computing Lab.

Stephen Mitchell presents his work at IEEE SouthEast Conference
Stephen Mitchell presents his work at IEEE SouthEast Conference

Stephen Mitchell has presented his latest work at IEEE SouthEast Conference. This short paper and presentation is an extension of his previous work that was presented at MARCUS 2019. Additionally analysis is on-going and has been accepted as publication for a full paper at SIEDS 2021.

Sophia Cronin and Tyler Webster present at ACM CAPWIC 2021
Sophia Cronin and Tyler Webster present at ACM CAPWIC 2021

Sophia Cronin and Tyler Webster also presented their work on wearable haptic and visual feedback systems for physical therapy rehabilitation at the ACM Capitol Region Celebration of Women in Computing (CAPWIC). Their abstract and presentation are available.

Both of these works are supported by JMU CISE Faculty Development and Mini Grants.

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Jason Forsyth
Assistant Professor of Engineering

Jason Forsyth is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at James Madison University. His major research interests are in wearable/ubiquitous computing and engineering education. His current research interests focus on on-body human activity recognition and interactive machine learning for physical therapy patients and practitioners to increase exercise adherence and clinical evaluation.