1 Study Matches
Human-Centric Non-Invasive Physiological Sensing System for Early Detection of Workers’ Heat Stress in the Field
This study will examine different structural designs of stretchable, skin-like sensors on the surface of human skin for workers.
There will be one in person visit; Subjects will first be asked to sit still for 3 minutes and then move their skin by the research team for another 3 minutes.
Huanyu Cheng - at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-863-5945
18 year(s) or older
Inclusion Criteria:no existing skin conditions or open wounds, or other disorders that make them have altered temperature responses
be over 18 years old
must understand English
resources from Penn State, University Park
Exclusion Criteria:people with a metal allergy
Men's Health, Women's Health
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