Center Capabilities

Design

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Design & Software Simulation

The Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems (CRHTS) partners with industry leaders to provide a wide range of design and modeling services. These range from device-level activities for semiconductor, consumer-device and medical-device markets to data analytics and large-scale systems modeling for hospitals, outpatient services and population health.

CRHTS modeling skills include machine learning, signal processing, image processing, neural networks, Monte Carlo simulation, human-machine interface simulation, sketch recognition, electronic simulation, human-factors analysis, systems simulation, stochastic scheduling, and global optimization.

CRHTS works closely with semiconductor and device companies to model, analyze and design new photonics components and subsystems. CRHTS uses a variety of modeling tools, including custom software models of photon propagation through tissue using Monte Carlo simulation. In addition, CRHTS modeling software is capable of analyzing optical hardware coupled to tissue designs to improve low-power capabilities and signal quality by assisting in wavelength selection, physical dimensions and source and detector placement for various component and device designs.

CRHTS works with hospital systems and data aggregators on “Big Data” applications. These applications involve integration of wearable sensors, medical devices, electronic health records,and environmental data for assessing compliance, predicting risk and initiating interventions for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes and asthma. CRHTS also works with hospitals, medical clinics and public health organizations in systems design and improvement activities associated with new, technologically-driven measures and methods of service delivery such as e-consults, telehealth, and asynchronous scheduling and communications. These activities focus on service design and impact assessment through simulation modeling and optimization.

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Center Researchers

Gerard Coté, Biomedical Engineering

Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna, Computer Science and Engineering

Tracy Hammond, Computer Science and Engineering

Mark Lawley, Industrial and Systems Engineering

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Equipment (software tools)

Monte Carlo Simulation
LabVIEW
SPICE
Multisim
CircutLogix
MATLAB
Simulink
SolidWorks
Wolfram SystemModeler
C programming

 

CRHTS_Center Capabilities_Design 1

Design & Software Simulation

The Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems (CRHTS) partners with industry leaders to provide a wide range of design and modeling services. These range from device-level activities for semiconductor, consumer-device and medical-device markets to data analytics and large-scale systems modeling for hospitals, outpatient services and population health.

CRHTS modeling skills include machine learning, signal processing, image processing, neural networks, Monte Carlo simulation, human-machine interface simulation, sketch recognition, electronic simulation, human-factors analysis, systems simulation, stochastic scheduling, and global optimization.

CRHTS works closely with semiconductor and device companies to model, analyze and design new photonics components and subsystems. CRHTS uses a variety of modeling tools, including custom software models of photon propagation through tissue using Monte Carlo simulation. In addition, CRHTS modeling software is capable of analyzing optical hardware coupled to tissue designs to improve low-power capabilities and signal quality by assisting in wavelength selection, physical dimensions and source and detector placement for various component and device designs.

CRHTS works with hospital systems and data aggregators on “Big Data” applications. These applications involve integration of wearable sensors, medical devices, electronic health records,and environmental data for assessing compliance, predicting risk and initiating interventions for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes and asthma. CRHTS also works with hospitals, medical clinics and public health organizations in systems design and improvement activities associated with new, technologically-driven measures and methods of service delivery such as e-consults, telehealth, and asynchronous scheduling and communications. These activities focus on service design and impact assessment through simulation modeling and optimization.

CRHTS_Center Capabilities_Design 2

Center Researchers

Gerard Coté, Biomedical Engineering

Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna, Computer Science and Engineering

Tracy Hammond, Computer Science and Engineering

Mark Lawley, Industrial and Systems Engineering

CRHTS_Center Capabilities_Design 3

Equipment (software tools)

Monte Carlo Simulation
LabVIEW
SPICE
Multisim
CircutLogix
MATLAB
Simulink
SolidWorks
Wolfram SystemModeler
C programming