My current website has moved to http://cs.gonzaga.edu/faculty/sprint.
- 8/14/17: I started my new position at Gonzaga University :)
- 7/10/17: Our poster abstract has been accepted for presentation at ICER 2017 in Tacoma.
- 6/1/17: My abstract has been accepted for presentation at Grace Hopper 2017 in Orlando!
- 5/18/17: Two of my CS1 assignments have won an engagement excellence award in the EngageCSEdu course materials database. Check them out:
I am a sensor data mining researcher in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University. Previously, I was a clinical assistant professor at WSU, a PhD student in the WSU Center for Advanced Studies in Adaptive Systems (CASAS) lab, and a National Science Foundation IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship) Fellow in the Integrative Training Program in Health-Assistive Smart Environments at Washington State University. My research interests include wearable computing, machine learning, technology applications for healthcare, and computer science education. Visit my Projects Page to find out more about what I am working on.
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, R. Fritz, and M. Schmitter-Edgecombe. Using Smart Homes to Detect and Analyze Health Events. IEEE Computer, 2016.
- G. Sprint and D. Cook. Unsupervised Detection and Analysis of Changes in Everyday Physical Activity Data. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 2016.
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, D. Weeks, and V. Borisov. Predicting Functional Independence Measure Scores During Rehabilitation with Wearable Inertial Sensors. IEEE Access, 2015. (video)
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Toward Automating Clinical Assessments: A Survey of the Timed Up and Go (TUG). IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 2015.
- J. Dahmen, A. La Fleur, G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Using Wrist-worn Sensors to Measure and Compare Physical Activity Changes for Patients Undergoing Rehabilitation. IEEE PerCom WristSense Workshop, 2017.
- V. Borisov, G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Measuring Changes in Gait and Vehicle Transfer Ability During Inpatient Rehabilitation with Wearable Inertial Sensors. IEEE PerCom PerHealth Workshop, 2017.
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Patient Similarity and Joint Features for Rehabilitation Outcome Prediction. IJCAI Knowledge Discovery in Healthcare Data Workshop, 2016.
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, R. Fritz, and M. Schmitter-Edgecombe. Detecting Health Changes by Analyzing Smart Home Sensor Data. IEEE SmartComp Conference, 2016 (poster).
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Designing Wearable Sensor-based Analytics for Quantitative Mobility Assessment. IEEE SmartComp Conference, 2016 (slides).
- G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Quantitative Assessment of Lower Limb and Cane Movement with Wearable Inertial Sensors. IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics, 2016 (slides).
- G. Sprint and D. Cook. Enhancing the CS1 Student Experience with Gamification. IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference, 2015. Winner of the H. Robert Schroeder Best Paper Award (slides).
- G. Sprint, V. Borisov, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Wearable Sensors in Ecological Rehabilitation Environments. ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing: Adjunct Publication, 2014 (poster).
- G. Sprint. Analysis of Changes in Sensor Data for Mobility Assessment. Washington State University, 2016.
- G. Sprint. Detection and Analysis of Changes in Everyday Physical Activity Data. WSU GPSA Research Exposition, 2016 (poster).
- G. Sprint. Wearable Sensor Data and Medical Records for Clinical Outcome Prediction. Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2015 (slides).
- J. Dahmen, G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Physical Therapist Feedback Regarding Wearable Technology. Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, 2015 (poster).
- V. Borisov, G. Sprint, D. Cook, and D. Weeks. Employing Wearable Sensors To Assess Ambulation in Rehabilitation Patients. Inland Northwest Research Symposium: Research and Innovations in Health Sciences from Bench-top to Bedside, 2015.
- G. Sprint. Wearable Sensors in Ecological Rehabilitation Environments. WSU Academic Showcase, 2015.
- G. Sprint. Wearable Sensors in Ecological Rehabilitation Environments. Dr. William R. Wiley Research Symposium, 2015.
- G. Sprint. Wearable Sensors in Ecological Rehabilitation Environments. Amazon Graduate Research Symposium, 2014 (poster).
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