Dr. Omer Inan, an assistant professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, specializes in developing clinically relevant medical devices. In this webinar, he presents his research on wearable acoustic and vibration sensing technologies for monitoring human health. Dr. Inan discusses a wearable chest patch designed to measure various cardiovascular metrics, such as electrical activity of the heart and blood volume pulse. The technology shows promise in early detection of hemodynamic congestion in heart failure patients, potentially enabling timely medical intervention. He also touches upon the use of vibration sensing for joint health monitoring, highlighting its potential benefits for older adults and those with chronic conditions. The session aims to shed light on innovative home-based technologies for healthcare monitoring.