### Recent Submissions

• #### A bluetooth-enabled, light weight, flexible epidermal electronic system for ECG monitoring ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-12)
With 17.9 million deaths annually, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) have become the leading cause of mortality worldwide. This increased death rate creates a significant need for long-term ambulatory ECG monitoring for early ...
• #### Inkjet printing techniques for wearable/stretchable electronics in healthcare ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-12)
Inkjet printing techniques, a good alternative of the traditional MEMS techniques, can be utilized to fabricate flexible and stretchable electronics, which can be used for healthcare applications. Therefore, the objectives ...
• #### Characterization of an RF resonator to measure fluid volume for biomedical applications ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-12)
Wearable technologies have gained a huge interest in recent years due its advantages in the early diagnosis of medical conditions such as heart attack and monitoring intercranial pressure. Additionally, wearable technologies ...
• #### Needs finding to assess wayfinding and navigation challenges encountered by people with limited mobility ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-07)
Currently, personal navigational systems are largely reserved for outdoor travel using GPS technologies on smartphone applications. While smartphones are approaching ubiquity, navigational systems have lacked consideration ...
• #### Design and analysis of a soft robotic glove for rehabilitation therapy ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-07)
Strokes often lead to hemiparesis of the hand. This renders individuals unable to actively flex or extend the affected hand’s fingers. Currently the only option for improvement is therapy to improve the neuromuscular ...
• #### Development of statistical protocol to validate machine learning predictions of focal adhesion sites ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-07)
Focal Adhesion sites are important to adhesion and various other functions of human endothelial cells. A deeper understanding of these sites within the endothelium can assist in understanding different biological states. ...
• #### Detection of dissolved $CO_2$ gas using an RF resonant sensor ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-05)
Carbon dioxide $(CO_2)$ in the blood has the potential to cause severe health detriments as well as milder cognitive effects if its concentration increases to unsafe amounts- typically either through environmental exposure ...
• #### Human adaptation to augmented reality-based hand rehabilitation technique ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-05)
Stroke is the number one cause of motor impairment in multiple countries [1]. The demand and affordability of physiotherapy are factors that prevent access to rehabilitation. Modern technology has found a successful solution ...
• #### The relationship between preference and performance using three passive exoskeletons during simulated aircraft manufacturing tasks ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-05)
Exoskeletons are a promising technology that could bridge the gap between unassisted human operations and conventional robots. Many studies on shoulder exoskeletons have shown great benefit in reducing strain and loads ...
• #### A machine learning framework to predict subcellular morphology of endothelial cells for digital twin generation ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2022-05)
Gaining insight into different cell behaviors is key to better understanding different pathologies. These behaviors may be explained in part through close observation of 3D cell morphology. Therefore, the objective of this ...
• #### Smart wireless, flexible hybrid electronics for fall risk monitoring among older adults ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2021-12)
Elderly’s fall is a serious medical risk since it might result in irreversible health injuries such as bone damage due to their normal changes of aging, especially elderly age 65 or older. However, there is still a lack ...
• #### Investigating a correlation between manual handling tasks and fatigue activity via a psychophysical approach ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2021-12)
Although robotics and automation machines are leading over modern industry, manual material handling tasks remain inevitable due to high demand in the workplace. Unsafe manual handling tasks affect many people in the ...
• #### The impact of fluid shear stress on the morphology of human dermal microvascular endothelial cells ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2021-07)
As blood flows through blood vessels, the fluid exerts a shear stress on the endothelial cells that line the vasculature. The current perception in the literature is that all endothelial cells will align and elongate in ...
• #### Arm supporting exoskeletons efficacy changes due to exoskeleton, size, and sex ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2021-05)
Exoskeletons have been gaining popularity for use in industrial applications and rehabilitative medicine. The arm-supporting exoskeleton (ASE) is one of the exoskeletons being utilized to reduce the shoulder muscle force ...
• #### A mattress contact model for a musculoskeletal simulation of human rolling ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2020-07)
Limited mobility affects a lot of people, including those who have recently had surgery or major trauma, the geriatric population, and people with disabilities. Many people with limited mobility cannot reposition themselves ...
• #### The development of heparan sulfate within the glycocalyx ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2020-07)
A key to protecting vessel health occurs at the interface between circulating blood and endothelial cells. Strategically located at this interface is the endothelial glycocalyx, the first “line of protection” for blood ...
• #### Design and evaluation of a GUI for signal and data analysis of mobile functional near-infrared spectroscopy systems ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2020-07)
Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is an emerging neuro-imaging modality that can indicate cortical functionality with good temporal resolution (0.5-1 sec). Unlike fMRI, up to now, there is no standard method ...
• #### Photocurable polymers for 3d printing ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2020-05)
Additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and 3D printing are three interchangeable terms that describe creating layers upon layers to form an object from a computer aided design (CAD). Additive manufacturing (AM) has a ...
• #### Computational investigations of open-circuit spiral resonators for biomedical sensing applications ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2019-12)
Radio and microwave sensing and imaging technologies are attractive for applications where traditional techniques require an invasive operation or that the patient be exposed to harmful ionizing radiation, as in an x-ray ...
• #### Non-invasive brain-computer interface to extract six motor imagery features for three-dimensional control ﻿

(Wichita State University, 2019-12)
Individuals with severe motor and speech disabilities lack the ability to communicate and move. These abilities can be given back to individuals using braincomputer interface (BCI) technology. When neurons within the brain ...