Daniel Fong received his B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2012. He then worked on the LiveAction (LiveNX) network management software with Referentia Systems Incorporated, and then LiveAction, Inc. for several years as a Software Engineer, before entering the electrical engineering PhD program at UC Davis in 2014. After being in the Micro-Nano Innovations Laboratory for a year, he joined the LEPS group in November 2015 where his research involves developing a transabdominal fetal oximeter to non-invasively measure fetal oxygenation during active labor and recently in developing a device to measure bladder volume using diffuse optical light to help those suffering from spinal cord injuries determine when to start looking for a bathroom and avoid urinary incontinence.
Email: dfong (at) ucdavis (dot) edu