In this project, we will work on a multimodel sensing of human behavior project. More specifically, we will use both contact and non-contact methods to detect if building occupants arethermally comfortable or not.
The student will work in a team to build a new dataset by acquiring data using biosensors and thermal and visible cameras.
This project is sponsored by the Toyota Research Institute.
This project is grand funded.
The candidate should have a thermal sciences background and poses good hands-on skills and experience in data collection and data processing using Matlab, Excel, etc.
Must be a current UM-Flint graduate student in good academic standing.
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