Dr. Sasangohar was featured in the 2017 version of the Texas A&M Engineer magazine that highlights groundbreaking research by Texas A&M Engineering faculty. The article title “A hero to PTSD patients” covers the smart wearable tool to help Veterans deal with post traumatic stress disorder.
ACE Lab computer scientist; Jun Son (Mike) Choi; and his team (Team Shovel) won the 1st place at the Aggies Invent competition (final presentations here). The team designed an innovative solution to locate underground pipes using augmented reality.
ACE Lab was featured in an article titled “10 ways Texas A&M is making a difference in the lives of Veterans.” READ MORE
ACE Lab computer scientist Larry Powell wins the Best Student Paper Award at ACM Richard Tapia’s conference.
A Texas A&M University-led consortium of university and industry partners was recently awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Research Center (ERC) grant on Precise Advanced Technologies and Health Systems for Underserved Populations (PATHS-UP) for studying remote wearable technology to help people monitor and manage diabetes and heart disease in underserved communities. Dr. Sasangohar and ACE Lab will investigate […]
ACE Lab Masters student Patricio Rodriguez-Paras wins the Best Student Poster award at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Southwest Symposium. Patricio’s poster titled: “Evaluation of Microcontroller Wireless Technology to Enable a Smart Connected Intensive Care Unit (ICU).”
Dr. Sasangohar and Project HERO Veterans visited Vice President Pence at his residence in the Naval Observatory. Dr. Sasangohar was recognized for the innovative PTSD Smart System that could potentially save thousands of lives. Secretary Shulkin (Veteran Affairs) and Under secretary Alaigh (Health) were among the attendees who had a chance to interact with the […]
Dr. Sasangohar’s team secured the first place in TEES Annual Research Conference project competition. The winning project title Continuous Health Intervention and Monitoring of Elderly (CHIME) involved Dr. Austin Riddle and Dr. Justin Foreman. Dr. Sasangohar’s team received $20,000 to pursue the project.
A Fort Hood Sentinel article covers an interview with Dr. Sasangohar’s recent study pf Veterans with PTSD in collaboration with Project Hero. This study was the first time ACE-Lab tested a remote monitoring tool for PTSD patients outside the lab.
Dr. Sasangohar was interviewed by HealthTech magazine and was featured in an article titled “Mobility Solutions Revolutionize Nursing at the Point of Care.”