Lab members Ivan Goryachev, Ryan Koeppen, and Shawn Zhang, are developing a thermal trailer and kiosks that could be deployed on campus during the Covid-19 pandemic. The thermal trailers screens asymptomatic individuals using thermal cameras for elevated temperatures prior to Covid-19 testing. More info here.
The immersion lab is MIT’s first open-access facility for AR/VR and interacting with data. “The facility offers a new and much-needed laboratory to individuals and programs grappling with how to wield, shape, present, and interact with data in innovative ways” Full story here.
The 4th annual SENSE.nano Symposium took place back in September this year. Watch the full video of the day 1 keynote here. Full agenda for the event. Watch videos of the event.
Ou lab has been developing kiosks on MIT’s campus that uses thermal cameras to screen for elevated temperatures before a patient gets swab tested for Covid-19. Article here.
The MIT-Takeda program launched back in February. Our lab is involved in one of the inaugural projects as part of this collaboration: Machine learning for image-based liver phenotyping and drug discovery. Read more.
Brian gave a presentation on learned control of manufacturing processes at the 2020 IdeaStream, an annual showcase of technologies being developed across MIT. Article here. Watch the presentation here.
On Feb 17, Brian won a Google Faculty Research Award 2019-2020 in the “Machine learning and data mining category”. Read more here and here.
Our lab has been developing an alternative to conventional ultrasound that doesn’t require contact with the body to see inside a patient. Article here.
Brian visits Japan for new collaboration between MIT and Sekisui house. Articles here and here.
Brian discusses sensing for augmented and virtual reality and for advanced manufacturing, ahead of the 2019 SENSE.nano symposium. Article here.