Spring Semester 2017 is here! Here's what you need to know.
This course will serve as a hands-on introduction to connected health technologies, data, and systems for computer and information science students.
This course is a survey of connected health technology, data, and systems. Students will study and develop techniques and systems for leveraging mobile and Internet of Things technologies in the context of patient care.
Course Number: 17842
CS 2110 or CS 4110 or permission of instructor.
Professor Deborah Estrin - destrin @ cornell
Student Assistant: Sonia Sen - ss3462 @ cornell
Room & Time
Mondays 4:00 - 5:15pm (weekly) and
Mondays 5:30-6:30 (biweekly)
1/30/17 to 5/8/17.
Cornell Tech Campus, 3rd Floor, Fozzie
Mondays 2:30 - 3:50pm - 3rd Floor (Studio area or Baron)
Recommended that you confirm by email beforehand.
M-Health: Fundamentals and Applications, by Robert S.H. Istepanian & Bryan Woodward (2016).
Class attendance and participation
- All students are expected to attend class sessions and to participate in class discussions.
- Please discuss any planned absences in advance of class sessions with the course instructors.
Assignments (see “Key Dates” column in table in "Lectures" for due dates):
- Labs: Students will work in pairs to conduct 4 hands-on laboratory assignments, involving implementation of components and an end to end system/application using open source software frameworks (ResearchKit(™), ResearchStack, Ohmage-omh) and available mobile and IoT devices.
- Session Lead: For one of sessions 3-12 you will work with the instructor and study up to be a resident expert, including developing a key-readings list and an in class presentation with the Instructor, and writing up (and publishing) a blog post.
- In class attendance and participation (weekly) (Solo)--10%
- Session lead and blog post (likely Solo depends on class size)--25%
- Hands-on Labs (in rotating pairs)--65% (15%, 15%, 15%, 20%, respectively)--Late policy TBD--likely 20% per day late.