Computer Engineering and Computer Science- Student Achievements
Date: September 01, 2021 |Published by: MIU | Category: Blogs
Juana Miriam Lawrence is a final-year Computer Engineering student at MIU as depicted in Figure 5. She represented MIU as a virtual presenter in the 2021 The 3rd EAST INDONESIA CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (EIConCIT), Surabaya, Indonesia. She introduced her research paper " Recent Trends and Opportunities of Remote Multi-Parameter PMS using IoT” in this conference. This work discusses healthcare is an aspect of a person's life which precedes all else. Only when a person is of sound health, can they strive to achieve his/her goals in life. Not all people have equal access to the best healthcare due to financial issues, no accessibility, or other reasons. The aim of this paper is to provide a review of the recent advances of a new low-cost and effective remote Multi-Parameter Patient Monitoring System (PMS) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) systems. These systems are equipped at the patients' home and can monitor the patients' condition continuously and alert the relevant authority when the patient needs attention. These systems are necessary to evaluate the response of the disease to treatment and to identify adverse drug reactions. These systems allow their users to leave the hospital early and be monitored and checked on from their home. With the review, the authors discuss some issues available in most systems. The paper also includes some directions for future research. Alternatively, with emerging field of IoT, remote patient monitoring to fundamentally change healthcare services. Her work can be found in 10.1109/EIConCIT50028.2021.9431926.
Sivaranjini Sivaraman is a final year student of Bachelor of Computer Science programme at Manipal International University as indicated in Figure 6. She was a presenter in “International Conference on Green Energy, Computing and Sustainable Technology (GECOST 2021)” with a research purpose on ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY FOR PET TRACKER SENSING SYSTEMS. Curtin University Malaysia organized “International Conference on Green Energy, Computing and Sustainable Technology (GECOST 2021)” in collaboration with IEEE Malaysia Comsoc & VTS Joint Chapter on 7-9 July 2021. The aim of the GECOST 2021 is to serve as a forum for engineers, researchers, and specialists from academia, research centers, and industry worldwide to discuss and present the latest developments and applications related to the challenges of securing green and clean energy sources for the 21st century to protect the environment. GECOST main areas of interest include but not limited to Green Computing and Security, Green Communications, Networks, and Signal Processing, Intelligent Embedded Systems and Analytics, Green Energy and Power System, Smart Grid, Sensors, Green Materials, Alternative Energy and Control Process. Her research interest is about the wearable technology, mobile application and embedded system. This project aims to create a pet tracker that will inform pet owners about their pets' whereabouts and help reduce the number of lost pets. Additionally, holding the pets helps the owner overcome their fear of losing them. A GPS sensor will be attached to the pet's collar, and the owner will monitor their pet using the pet tracker smartphone application. The pet collar's sensor will communicate the pet's location to the mobile app. Only the pet owner can use the mobile application to track their pet. This application is developed by analyzing and compiling data from tracking systems. Additionally, it addresses a critical area in which progress is required to ensure that solutions are more applicable and accurate in real-world settings.