Advanced Platform Technology Center
Ming-Chun Huang, PhD
Mobile Health (mHealth), Wearables, Streaming Data Visualization, Deep Learning on Mobile Platforms, Internet of Sustainable Things
Dr. Huang is the director of Sensing and Interaction Laboratory (SAIL@CWRU) and Mobile Health Laboratory (mHealth@CWRU). Dr. Huang is also an investigator in the Advanced Platform Technology (APT) Center, a VA-funded Rehabilitation Research & Development Center focused on the development of new medical/health technologies to improve the function of patients with motor function impairment and disability. He aims to create novel devices and analytical algorithms that offer enhanced functionality and performance over conventional tools and technologies in terms of portability, rapid analysis time, and user-friendly operation.
Dr. Huang's research and education vision is to explore and share creative solutions to address current and emerging challenges facing our society in the 21st century, including wearables as biomarkers in clinical development, workplace and community-based medical and health services improvement. For the nature of richness and high-impact of the topics involved, his research will immediately generate a plethora of new knowledge in aspects ranging from innovative sensing technology, advanced data analytics methodology, and optimized clinical decision-making and risk assessment.