Students and Scholars

PhD

  • Dr. Cheefai Tan, Smart system for aircraft passenger neck support: design and evaluation, co-supervised with Prof. Matthias Rauterberg (Graduated in Dec. 2010)
  • Dr. Ir. Sibrecht Bouwstra, Design for comfort and bonding in neonatal monitoring – Designing for the parent-to-infant bonding experience, co-supervised with Prof. Leo Feijs, Prof. Sidarto Bambang Oetomo (graduated with Cum Laude in Oct. 2013)
  • Dr. Leonid Ivonin, Digitizing archetypal human experience through physiological signals, co-supervised with Prof. Matthias Rauterberg and Prof. Andreu Català from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain (graduated with Cum Laude in May 2014)
  • Dr. Huang-Ming Chang, Emotion detection and applications, co-supervised with Prof. Matthias Rauterberg, Dr. Marta Díaz Boladeras from Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) in Spain (graduated with Cum Laude in Sept. 2014)
  • Boris Takac, Ambient assisted living for Parkinson patients, co-supervised with Prof. Andrew Català from Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) in Spain, Prof. Matthias Rauterberg (graduated in Dec. 2014)
  • Idowu Ayoola, Smart Wearable Medical Systems for Elderly Cardiovascular Health Monitoring at Home, co-supervised with Prof. Leo Feijs (start in Sept. 2012, expected to graduate in Sept. 2016)
  • Qi Wang, “Smart garment for rehabilitation”, co-supervised with Prof. Panos Markopoulos, (enrolled in June. 2013, expected to graduate in June 2017)
  • Deedee Kommers, “Parameter analysis for comfort assessment of neonates”, co-supervised with Prof. Sidarto Bambang Oetomo (enrolled in July. 2013, expected to graduate in July 2017)
  • Nan Yang, “Research on Mental Health Improvement Design through Social Computing”, co-supervised with Dr. Jun Hu and Prof. Loe Feijs, (enrolled in Feb. 2015, expected to graduate in Feb. 2019).
  • Mart Wetzels, “DO Cardiac Health: Advanced New Generation Ecosystem (DO CHANGE)”, co-supervised with Prof. Loe Feijs, Prof. Panos Markopoulos (enrolled in Mar. 2015, expected to graduate in Mar. 2019).
  • Hongyu Chen, “Neonatal movement monitoring”, co-supervised with Prof. Sidarto Bambang Oetomo (enrolled in Sept. 2015, expected to graduate in Sept. 2019)

PDEng – Professional Doctorate in Engineering

  • Daniel Tetteroo, Frank Versteegh, Thelxi Mamagkaki, Mariana Vieira da Fonseca Serras Pereira, Design for comfort of newborn infants at neonatal intensive care units, Sept. 2011 – Dec. 2011.
  • Thelxi Mamagkaki, STW Smart body area networks for pregnancy monitoring (SEBAN), graduated in Oct. 2012.
  • Mariana Vieira da Fonseca Serras Pereira, Clinical evaluation of design for comfort of newborn infants at neonatal intensive care units, graduated in May 2013.
  • Dominika Potuzakova, Design of comfortable and intelligent systems for embedded neonatal monitoring, graduated in Oct. 2014.
  • Monica Perusquia Hernandez, STW Smart body area networks for pregnancy monitoring (SEBAN), graduated in Oct. 2014.
  • Pieta van der Molen, Diabetes simulator for patient health care, graduated in Oct. 2015.

Final year Master projects

  • Francisco (Kiko) Piqueras Landete, Context-aware sensing for healthcare, EU Erasmus Mundus joint master graduation project, graduated in Aug. 2011.
  • Rik van Donselaar, Design for comfort of newborn infants, received Excellence for the graduation project in June 2012.
  • Shaoting Gu, Digital interactive system for smart sleep, Excellence graduation project, graduated in July 2015 with Cum Laude.

Final year bachelor projects

  • Marleen van der Wiel, “Context aware sensing for smart jacket”, Received Excellence for graduation project  in June 2012, graduated with Cum Laude.
  • Michiel Wouters, “Mediated Contact – Design for Enhancing Parent Child Bonding”, received Excellence for graduation project in Jan. 2012.
  • Laura Elmont, “Enhancing comfort for nurse infant interaction”, graduated in July 2012.
  • Vincent Rheden, Design for a healthy lifestyle for pregnancy, received Excellence for graduation project in June 2011.
  • Yiwei Wang (Fontys), Wireless transmission systems for neonatal monitoring, (graduated in Aug. 2009 and obtained an offer from KTH Sweden for Master study).
  • Son Tung Nguyen, Wireless communication design for NICU, cooperation project with Holst centre / IMEC Netherlands (Graduated in July 2010 and obtained an offer from University of Manchester UK for Master study).

Supervised internships and exchange students

  • Lotte Oude Weernink, exchange at RMIT Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 2012-June 2012, received Excellence in June 2012.
  • Kimmy Ansems, Holst Centre / IMEC Netherlands, project: Wearable sensor packaging for Wireless Emotion Monitoring, Sept. 2010 – Jan. 2011
  • Robin Brouns, Philips research Eindhoven, project: Design for stroke patients, Sept. 2010 – Jan. 2011, received Excellence in Jan. 2011.
  • Roland Coops, Philips research Eindhoven, project: Design for elderly care, Sept. 2009 – Jan. 2010
  • Gexia Zhu, Philips research Shanghai, project: Design for enhancing healthy lifestyle at work, Sept. 2009 – Jan. 2010
  • Winaya Kamaputri, exchange student from RMIT, Melbourne Australia, project: New frontier USI for radiology, Sept. 2009 – Jan. 2010
  • Amaia Quesada, exchange student from Denmark, project: New frontier USI for radiology, Sept. 2009 – Jan. 2010
  • En Qi Angela Tay, exchange student from National University of Singapore, project: Neonatal monitoring, Feb. 2011 – June 2011, received Excellence in June 2011.
  • Brian Andrew Mizrahi, exchange student from Carnegie Mellon University, project: Neonatal monitoring, Feb. 2011 – June 2011, received Excellence in June 2011.