Guardian Angel: Enabling Mobile Safety Systems

Prof. Marco Gruteser received a three-year NSF grant for the project Guardian Angel: Enabling Mobile Safety Systems

This is a collaborative grant with Rich Martin (CS Rutgers), Yingying Chen (Stevens), Jie Yang (Florida State). The total funding is $700K, with the Rutgers part being $350,000.

The project investigates the use mobile devices for enhancing personal safety by identifying dangerous situations
and mitigating them through appropriate intervention.

Abstract:

Automatic Workflow Capture & Analysis for Improving Trauma Resuscitation Outcomes

Prof. Ivan Marsic received a four year NIH grant for the project "Automatic Workflow Capture & Analysis for Improving Trauma Resuscitation Outcomes".

This is a collaborative project with Children's Nat'l Med Ctr, Washington DC, and Drexel University. The total grant is $1.6 M and Rutger's part is $750 K.

The project abstract is shown below.

Project Title: "Automatic Workflow Capture & Analysis for Improving Trauma Resuscitation Outcomes"

A Novel MIMO Radar Approach Based on Sparse Sensing and Matrix Completion

Prof. A. Petropulu received a 3-year NSF grant for the project entitled: "A Novel MIMO Radar Approach Based on Sparse Sensing and Matrix Completion".

The abstract is as follows:

In both civilian and military applications, there is increasing interest in networked radars which are inexpensive and easily deployable, while at the same time enabling reliable surveillance of an area.

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