University of Utah PhD student. Computer Engineer, Inventor and Technology enthusiast creating awesome and
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I am passionate about medical innovation and the fusion of technology into the the medical field. Currently working at GAPP lab as well as Security and Privacy Group
at the university of Utah. My work involes finding an innovative way to diagnose illness as well as using human physiological reactions to create the next tier of security
Phd student at the university of Utah. Currently in my second year.
Lessons from Deploying a Diagnostic Game with Children in a Clinical Setting
Ahmad Alsaleem, Tamara Denning, and Roger Altizer
Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH), 2017 (CHI 2017 Workshop)
Mohammad A. Fraiwan, Ahmad Alsaleem, Hisham Abandeh and Omar Aljarrah, A System for Application Development using Aerial Robots. International Journal of Embedded Systems, 2016.
Mohammad A. Fraiwan, Natheer Khasawneh, Ahmed Malkawi, Muhammed Al-Jarrah, R. Alsa’di and S. Al-Momani Therapy Central: On the Development of Computer
Games for Physiotherapy. The 9th International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology (IIT), 2013.
In the press
THIS VIDEO GAME CAN HELP TREAT AND DIAGNOSE LAZY EYE IN CHILDREN. link
U. students invent video game to help diagnose lazy eye in kids. link
U Students Design Simulator to Train Police on De-escalating Conflict. link
Police-Training Simulator Among Microsoft Code Contest Winners. link
Interactive Computer Application for Physical Therapy Wins Top Prize at NYUAD Hackathon for Social Good in the Arab World
Tobii eye tracke technology
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