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Qu Tang, S.M., is a sixth year Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northeastern University, Boston, USA. His research focuses on the development of mobile health systems that integrate ideas from ubiquitous computing, machine learning, exercise science, and algorithms. Areas of special interest include algorithms for automated recognition of human behaviors using wearable sensors, and mobile technologies for measuring longitudinal human behaviors via biomarkers (e.g., motion, heart rate, etc).
Mr. Tang received his S.M. from Northeastern University in 2013 working on developing activity recognition algorithms at mHealth Research Group, and a B.S.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in 2010. He has published research on activity recognition, physical behavior measurement using accelerometers, and real-time system for measuring human behaviors. Mr. Tang has been serving as a reviewer for conferences and journals including IMWUT, Sensors, and JMIR.
See more in my CV.
If you want to contribute to this website, any of the articles or write posts for the website. Please go to the Github repo of this website and create issues or send me pull requests.
This website supports,
- Internalization in Chinese.
- Netlify CMS.
- Netlify identity.
- Mailchimp subscription.
- Post categorization.
- sitemap + rss
- markdown + jupyter notebook
Disclaimer: The website is developed in harsh (literally THREE days), codes are not well organized. Use it with caution.
- Feel free to fork the repo and create your own website.
- Be aware that the contents are shared and protected by Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.
- If you want to co-author on the website, drop me a note via contact information on the website.
- If you want to join to improve the website, create issues or send me pull requests.
So far I'm happy with the SSN (sapper + svelte + netlify) stack, so I will stay with them for quite a while. My primary work is done in Python, so forgive me about my bad JS coding skills.
A little story to share, my tech trajectory in terms of building personal website,
I think Sapper makes the most sense, thanks to Rich Harris.