We are proud to announce Dr. Shengjie Bi’s successful dissertation defense and to share his doctoral thesis. Bi’s dissertation focuses on a generalizable approach to sensing eating-related behavior. Bi describes the creation of Auracle, a wearable earpiece that can automatically detect eating episodes, its adaptation to measure children’s eating behavior, and improvements in eating-activity detection algorithms. Bi also describes the development of a computer-vision approach for eating detection in free-living scenarios.
To learn more, check out Bi’s dissertation below.
Bi, Shengjie, “DETECTION OF HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOURS USING HEAD-MOUNTED DEVICES” (2021). Dartmouth College Ph.D Dissertations. 75.