Yongji Fu is currently Director of Innovation at Hill-Rom where he is leading technical development in the Early Innovation team. Prior to joining Hill-Rom he was a technical manager with Becton Dickinson (BD) where He led the development of smart wearable devices including the continuous glucose monitor and artificial pancreas. Prior to joining BD, he worked at Sharp Labs of America, Siemens Medical Solutions and Welch Allyn Medical Monitoring System. He has numerous pending/issued patents and papers in biomedical sensing and algorithm development. He is a senior member of IEEE and served as a member of several conference technical committees. Yongji Fu received his B.S degree in 1999 and M.S degree in 2002 from Tsinghua University, China and PhD degree in 2008 from Oregon Health and Science University, US; all three degrees are in biomedical engineering.
Medical sensing technologies, Signal processing algorithm, Machine learning, Information driven treatment and therapy, Pervasive computing