Research and Teaching Interests
Development of Wireless Health product solutions for healthcare for diagnostics and treatment in wearable organ function monitoring, wearable digestive monitoring, tissue, wound, and orthopaedic joint characterization, motion sensing for applications from neurorehabilitation to athletics, and mental health and wellness.
Awards and Recognition
|2015||John J. Guarrera, Engineering Educator of the Year Award|
|2015||Plenary Paper Award at 2015 Digestive Disease Week Conference|
|2011||Best Paper Award at Wireless Health 2011|
|2010||Best Demonstration Award at Wireless Health 2010|
|2009||UCLA Gold Shield Faculty Prize|
|2005||Brian P. Copenhaver Award on Innovation in Teaching with Technology|
|1995||Allied Signal Faculty Research Award|
|1991||Peter Mark Award of the American Vacuum Society|
|1989||NASA Medal for Exceptional Scientific Achievement|
- Bult, et al, 1996 International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, Digest of Technical Papers, “Low Power Systems for Wireless Microsensors”, Proceedings of 1996 IEEE International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, Monterey, CA, USA. p. 17-21. 1996
- J. Pottie and W.J. Kaiser. Wireless integrated network sensors. Communications of the. ACM, Vol. 3, p51-58, 2000.
- Winston H. Wu, Alex A. T. Bui, Maxim A. Batalin, Lawrence K. Au, Jonathan D. Binney, and William J. Kaiser, “MEDIC: Medical Embedded Device for Individualized Care”, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 42, 2, 137-152, 2008.Per Henrik Borgstrom, William J. Kaiser, Gregory Chung, Zachary Nelson, Manda Paul, Stoytcho Marinov Stoytchev, and Jackson Tek Kon Ding, “Science and Engineering Active Learning (SEAL) System: A Novel Approach to Controls, Laboratories”, American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference 2012.
- Dorsch A, Thomas S, Xu C, Kaiser W, Dobkin B, “A multi-center, international, randomized clinical trial using wireless technology to affect outcomes during acute stroke rehabilitation”. Neurology, Proceedings of Conference Abstract P04.036, 2013.
- James Y. Xu, Hua-I Chang, Chieh Chien, William J. Kaiser, Gregory J. Pottie “Context-driven, Prescription based Personal Activity Classification: Methodology, Architecture and End-to-End Implementation”, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, pp.1015-1025, 2014.
- Brennan M. R. Spiegel, Marc Kaneshiro, Marcia M. Russell, Anne Lin, Anish Patel, Vartan C. Tashjian, Vincent Zegarski, Digvijay Singh, Samuel E. Cohen, Mark W. Reid, Cynthia B. Whitman, Jennifer Talley, Bibiana M. Martinez, William Kaiser, “Validation of an Acoustic Gastrointestinal Surveillance Biosensor for Postoperative Ileus”, Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, pp 1795-1803, 2014.
- Marc Kaneshiro, William Kaiser, Phillip Fleshner, Marcia M. Russell, Anne Lin, Karen N. Zaghiyan, Jonathan S. Pourmorady et al. “Post-Operative Gastrointestinal (GI) Telemetry With a Wearable Acoustic Biosensor Distinguishes Ileus vs. Uneventful GI Recovery.” Gastroenterology, Volume 148 , Issue 4 , S-1115.