Ke Lu

Researcher at Biomedical Signals and Systems

Ke Lu is a postdoctoral researcher in Biomedical Signals and Systems group, his research is focusing on physiological measurement techniques and personal health systems. Ke is involved in a project to develop a in-vehicle driver monitoring platform. The plantform will be able to provide realtime montioring of vital signs, such as heart rate and breath rate, of the driver though unobtrusive sensing techniques. Those measurements will be used to assess the drives statues relating to driving capability (e.g. drowsiness); hence, improving the road safety and intelligence of transportation.

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2021

Detecting Driver Sleepiness Using Consumer Wearable Devices in Manual and Partial Automated Real-Road Driving

Ke Lu, J. G. Karlsson, Anna Sjörs et al
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. Vol. In Press
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