Professor Ou Bai received his PhD in 2000 from Saga University in Japan and his BA from Tsinghua University in 1991 from Beijing, China. Professor Bai was recently awarded $901,925 from the National Science Foundation for his project titled “CPS: Synergy: Sensor Network-Based Lower-Limb Prosthetic Optimization and Control.” This project will design wearable body area sensor systems for real-time measurement of amputee’s energy expenditure and will develop computer algorithms for automatic lower-limb prosthesis optimization.
His current research interests include cyber-physical systems (CPS) research on robotic/prosthetic optimization. He is also interested in smart and connected health research on in-home exercise/rehabilitation, monitoring cybersecurity and privacy in cyber-physical systems sensors, real-time sensor signal processing and recognition multivariate signal processing, detection and classification.
Control, Robotics, Machine learning Cyber-Physical Systems Research on Robotic/Prosthetic Optimization and Control Smart and Connected Health Research on In-home Exercise/Rehabilitation Monitoring Cyber-security and Privacy in Cyber-Physical Systems Sensors and Real-time Sensor Signal Processing and Recognition Multivariate Signal Processing, Detection, and Classification/Prediction Embedded Systems Engineering and Instrumentation Feedback Control and Closed-loop Human-Machine Interactions Medical Devices Robotic Systems Development for Tele-Rehabilitation