Academics

Publications

2016

Sunyoung Kim, Yasha Iravantchi, Krzysztof Z. Gajos, and Barbara Grosz. SwellFit: a Wearable Sensor for Patients with Congestive Heart Failure. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 2016, 2016. pdf

2015

Sunyoung Kim, Yasha Iravantchi, Krzysztof Z. Gajos, and Barbara Grosz. Exploring opportunities for social infrastructure in congestive heart failure management. In Proceedings of the CSCW 2015 workshop on Moving Beyond e-Health and the Quantified Self, 2015. pdf

CV

curriculum vitae CV as pdf


Talks and Lectures

2016

How to Make Your Own Wearable (Pre-collegiate Program Workshop) ppt pdfHarvard Active Learning Labs, Cambridge, MA (Jul 19 2016)

“Labs in the Wild”: Teaching Signal Processing Using Wearables and Jupyter Notebooks in the Cloud pptSciPy 2016, Austin, TX (Jul 14 2016)

Wearable Signal Processing Using Docker Notebook Containers on AWS ppt githubJupyterDays Boston, Cambridge, MA (Mar 17 2016)

2015

How to Measure Things (ES100 Sensior Capstone Workshop) pptHarvard Active Learning Labs, Cambridge, MA (Oct 2015)

How to Control and Sense (ES100 Sensior Capstone Workshop) pptHarvard Active Learning Labs, Cambridge, MA (Sept 2015)

EE Zero-to-Sixty Workshop ppt htmlHarvard Active Learning Labs, Cambridge, MA (Jan 2015)

2014

Data Measurement and Analysis (ES 100 Senior Capstone Lecture) pptHarvard Active Learning Labs, Cambridge, MA (Oct 2014)


Teaching

Course Support – Senior Capstone Engineering Design Projects (ES 100; 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017):

Course Development and Course Support – The Joy of Electronics - Part I (ES 52; 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017):

Course Development, Course Support, and Teaching Fellow – Biological Signal Processing (ES 155; Spring 2016, Fall 2016):

Course Support – Introduction to Electrical Engineering (ES 50; Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016):

Course Support – Applied Electromagnetics (ES 151; Spring 2016):

Teaching Fellow – Introduction to Electrical Engineering (ES 50; Spring 2012, 2013):

Teaching Fellow – Physiological Systems Analysis (BE 110, Fall 2013):