During my Junior-Senior years at Cornell I applied and was accepted into the Kessler Fellowship. This program helps entrepreneurial engineering students get the chance to work in a startup environment that might otherwise be unable to afford an intern.
I went to Zeo Inc for my fellowship and researched passive methods of measuring sleep stages via heart rate and respiration. I worked on consumer research, envisioning the product, contacting businesses and researchers in the field, algorithm development, and technology evaluation. It was certainly a busy Summer! Unfortunately, most of the research is still considered confidential so I don’t have many pictures or graphics to show for it.
My mentor, Ben Rubin, provided a great short summary of my work there: