Adam Hoover, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
Contact: 864-656-3377 or email@example.com
Who is Dr. Hoover?
Adam Hoover is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research is in tracking systems which can refer to physical problems, such as locating where things are in the world, and also signal problems, such as identifying the relative health of an individual's blood pressure over time. Image and signal processing, mHealth, state space modeling, filtering, and embedded computing form the background of his work. His group works with many types of sensors and often builds embedded systems that prototype novel tracking ideas.
How Dr. Hoover’s research is transforming health care
Adam is working in mHealth, the practice of medicine and public health supported by mobile devices. His specific expertise is in tools that support the measurement of energy intake. New tools are needed for studies in obesity and related co-morbidities such as diabetes and for treatment of obesity and eating disorders. His tools help participants increase compliance with taking measurements, decrease underestimation bias, and provide a low-cost and low-burden alternative to traditional methods.
News and media related to Dr. Hoover’s research
- Bits and bites, Glimpse
- Bite Counter on the Peggy Denny Show, YouTube, 9/19/11
- Bite Counter is like a pedometer for your mouth, USA Today, 8/22/11
- New wrist-worn device tracks bites to target obesity epidemic, Smart Planet, 8/11/11
- Can a Bite Counter help you lose weight?, ABC News, 8/5/11
- Mindful eating: Researchers are making every bite count, Science Daily, 8/4/11
- ‘Bite Counter’ tracks every bite in your mouth, Time, 8/3/11
- Newest weight loss gadget? Meet the “Bite Counter,” CBS News, 8/3/11
- Clemson University researchers are making every bite count, Media Relations, 8/2/11
- Taking the bite out of weight loss, YouTube, 8/1/11
Health Research Expertise Keywords
Engineering, Computing, Computer, Electrical Engineering, Tracking, Embedded Systems, Obesity, Energy Intake, Automation, Sports Medicine, Bite Counter, Bite Technologies
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