People can now be identified at a distance by their heartbeat

Published January 27, 2020

An article in The Economist about technology that can identify people at a distance by their heartbeat mentions that a team led by Wenyao Xu, associate professor of computer science and engineering.

Xu's team is designing a device that emits radio waves and captures return signals that have bounced off, and been modified by, a person’s vibrating chest cavity.

Read the story here.