Team led by Bayen, Nazaroff, Spanos wins Best Paper Award at IEEE CASE

The article "Low-cost coarse airborne particulate matter sensing for indoor occupancy detection", by EECS PhD candidate Kevin Weekly, CEE postdoctoral researcher Donghyun Rim, and Tsinghua University Associate Professor Lin Zhang, led by CEE Professors Alexandre Bayen, William Nazaroff, and EECS Professor Costas Spanos won the QSI Best Application Paper Award at the IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE).
The work presented in this article proposes to use a low-cost sensor to infer the local movement of occupants in a corridor by sensing the resuspension of coarse particles. The award was presented to Kevin Weekly at the CASE Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.