Breakfast Club Seminar

Petit Institute Biotechnology Building, Room 1128

"Non-invasive Physiological Sensing and Modulation for Human Health and Performance"

Omer Inan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
School of Electrical Engineering
Program Faculty, BioEngineering
Georgia Tech

Our research addresses three main applications – unobtrusive cardiovascular monitoring, wearable biomechanics, and pediatric bioengineering – all involving a tight integration of sensing systems, analog electronics, embedded systems concepts, and physiology-driven data analytics. Our philosophy is to work collaboratively and efficiently, with the ultimate objective of improving human health and performance for older Americans, patients, athletes, Soldiers, and children alike. Below is a summary of each of these three application areas, with some exciting activities that we are currently pursuing in our lab.


Colly Mitchell
Events Manager

<p>The Petit Institute Breakfast Club seminar series was started with the spirit of the Institute's interdisciplinary mission in mind and started to feature local Petit Institute faculty member's research in a seminar format. Faculty are often asked to speak at other universities and conferences, but rarely present at their home institution, this seminar series is an attempt to close that gap. The Petit Institute Breakfast Club is open to anyone in the bio-community.</p>

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