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Arduino Day

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Raquel Hosein

on 29 March 2014

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Transcript of Arduino Day

About ME
I work at Brooklyn College Community Partnership, where I plan to expand their science programs. I also work at the Translational Neuro-Engineering Lab at Polytechnic Institute of NYU. Beyond that I would like to become a professor, to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.
My IDEA
While working in the Lab, I developed the idea for an external wireless electrical device, one that could predict seizure events accurately. The idea was novel in that all attempts at seizure detection were internal implanted devices.
The RESULT
Soon after I developed the idea I began attempting to build the device. Using programs like Allegro and Altium, I was able to begin building it. It has four main component systems: biosignal acquisition, analog to digital conversion, Bluetooth connectivity, and power regulation. And by October 2013, the beauty below was printed!
Application of a Wireless Electrical Device for the Detection of Epilepsy
The RESULTS CONTINUED...
Along with the circuit board, I began to work on my methods of seizure detection, using math and computer science to make an Apple Application. I wrote two algorithms, which work simultaneously, to provide accurate seizure prediction.

But every superheroes journey begins somewhere...
Beginnings...
I took an Arduino micro-controllers class over my junior year, with the intention of teaching Arduino to middle school students.
First Experiences!
First Time List!
Dealing with: schematics
micro-components
teaching!

Experiencing: Frustration! (Errggg...)
Passion for something

Conclusions!
This project would not have been possible without Arduino. Arduino taught me the basics I needed. Basically, Arduino was superhero scientists 101!


Arduino helped/inspired me, BUT
IT'S UP TO YOU TO WRITE YOUR OWN SUPERHERO STORY!
ANY QUESTIONS?
email: raquelhosein12@gmail.com
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