The application collects ECG and EKG data from our inhouse nanosensors sensors over Bluetooth. The application works in two modalities. It can display realtime ECG data on the mobile phone screen and it can relay data to our backend server. The data sent over to the backend is geo-tagged. The data at the backend server is stored in a mysql database. The data and the location of the patient is displayed on a web based portal. Although the present prototype does not support it, we are in the process of designing machine learning services that can detect abnormalities in the EKG data. The goal is to automatically inform doctors through a text message when the patient experiences heart problems (Student: Prashanth Shyamkumar, William Wilkins).
We are developing a zombie based game where users can infect each other when they are physically proximate. Every user of the application uploads his latitude and longitude to a central database and a script resident on the server finds users that are close to each other. The webserver resident script notifies users devices of the phones that are close to it. While the front-end of the application is a simple game, we will use the location data and how users infect each other, to understand the semantics underlying spread of infectitious diseases among humans (Student: Christian Williams).