September/October 2014

Short-Term Strategic Career Planning: No, It’s Never Too Early!

Author(s): Cristian A. Linte
Short-Term Strategic Career Planning: No, It’s Never Too Early! 150 150 IEEE Pulse

No one is going to look after your career for you, but you,” states Erin Malone in her 2004 article “Planning your Future” [1]. Nor will anyone wait for you…

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Engineering Sleep Disorders

Author(s): Raimon Jané
Engineering Sleep Disorders 618 372 IEEE Pulse

Among the most common sleep disorders are those related to disruptions in airflow (apnea) or reductions in the breath amplitude (hypopnea) with or without obstruction of the upper airway (UA).…

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How We Should Be Teaching Math

Author(s): IEEE Pulse
How We Should Be Teaching Math 150 150 IEEE Pulse

If you’ve ever wondered why science and math education lag in the United States, EMBS Executive Committee Member Barbara Oakley, has an idea. In part, it’s because students are never…

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Seeing Sleep

Author(s): Krishna Nayak, Robert Fleck
Seeing Sleep 620 372 IEEE Pulse

Sleep disordered breathing in children ranges from snoring, which has a prevalence of 12%, to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) syndrome, which has a prevalence of 2–3% in the general population…

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Data-Driven Phenotyping

Author(s): Jeremy Orr, Atul Malhotra
Data-Driven Phenotyping 620 372 IEEE Pulse

Sleep apnea is a multifactorial disease with a complex underlying physiology, which includes the chemoreflex feedback loop controlling ventilation. The instability of this feedback loop is one of the key…

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